CMS Report - Keyword: media

  • Android-based TV stick converts any TV into a family communications center

    Bob, the new family TV stick, provides families with intuitive and exciting interactive communications options

    Yarkona, Israel – 7th January 2014: A unique Android-based TV stick aimed at enabling families to communicate, share content, interact and play via the TV – no matter where each individual may be located – is to be launched at CES, Las Vegas.

    The new HDMI TV stick – called Bob and developed by Meet-Bob Ltd. – is designed to provide families with intuitive and exciting interactive communication options. It easily turns any TV into a content and communications center, enabling family members to watch TV shows, movies or videos  together; easily share favorite content and special moments with each other; keep-in-touch (using a web-cam)  and play games with one another – even if they are on different sides of the world.

    By RealWire
    Posted: January 07, 2014

  • Netflix to Give Expert Insight at OTTtv World Summit

    London, 30 September – Netflix, a leading provider of on-demand internet streaming media, has joined the agenda at the OTTtv World Summit, the foremost global event in the OTTtv market, taking place in London in November. Netflix’s Director of Content Partner Operations, Christopher Fetner, will introduce and lead a keynote panel discussion about “Understanding the Growing Importance of a Strong Digital Supply Chain.” Netflix is the leading on demand video streaming site in the US, responsible…

    By RealWire
    Posted: September 30, 2013

  • Search for Georgia: how an open source CMS is helping press freedom

    Search for Georgia: how an open source CMS is helping press freedom

    The country of Georgia has not traditionally been an easy place to make news. Yet, despite being ranked only 105th of 179 countries in the latest World Press Freedom Index (compiled by Reporters Without Borders), a interesting group of media organizations are helping to build an open source CMS that they hope could change the dominance of traditional, government-approved media and shift power to more agile, innovative news start-ups.

    By Adam Thomas
    Posted: January 29, 2013

  • EndPlay Debuts Mobile Live Streaming Solution with Scripps

    Solution Works With HTML5, Flash and Native Application Protocols to Bring Seamless Live Mobile Viewing Experience to Scripps’ Nine TV Markets LOS ANGELES – September 8, 2011 – EndPlay, Inc™ (, today announced the release of its live streaming solution for mobile, built on the EndPlay Web Content Management (WCM) Platform. The Scripps Television Station Group (Scripps) is the first EndPlay customer to deploy EndPlay’s mobile live streaming solution individually across its nine…

    By CMS Report
    Posted: September 08, 2011

  • Atex Polopoly Web CMS Expands Reach in Asia Pacific with Three News Media Customers

    7 December 2010 - Reading, UK— Atex announces two new deals and one new go-live of the Polopoly Web Content Management Solution with major media companies in the Asia Pacific region. Kumpulan Karangkraf, Malaysia’s largest magazine publisher, signed a contract for an Atex Advertising and Polopoly Web Content Management Solution. The Atex Advertising solution will be used in the company’s daily newspaper and magazine group to help strengthen business initiatives designed around targeted…

    By Keegan
    Posted: December 07, 2010

  • Micropayments for Content

    Rita McGrath at Harvard Business Review has written a blog post on why she hates micropayments.  Micropayments are financial transactions involving very small sums of money (see Wikipedia). For online publishing, a small fee would allow you to view the content for a certain period of time or for a certain number of articles. Personally, I'm not sold on the concept of micropayments for content which is probably why I was lured to Ms. McGrath's article in the first place. The idea has been…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: February 23, 2010

  • WordPress CMS Toolkit

    Take WordPress Beyond Blogging! Looking for a way to publish a full-fledged, media-rich website using WordPress? Tierra's development Toolkit may be just what you need. We've put together ourbest plugins to help you get the most out of publishing with WordPress.

    By Jamie Trowbridge
    Posted: December 08, 2009

  • The State of the News Media

    The Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism does a fantastic job reporting annually on the state of the American news media.  The Pew Project's sixth edition for 2009 is no exception and provides lessons for all businesses on the importance of agility, adaptability, and competitiveness.  The following paragraph from the report's introduction says it all. Journalism, deluded by its profitability and fearful of technology, let others outside the industry steal chance after chance…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: March 17, 2009

  • Focus on print hurts newspaper sites

    Mark Van Pattern has written a piece on PBS's MediaShift titled, "How the Focus on Print Hurts Our Newspaper Site".  His story is a common story I hear time after time from those in the newspaper business. It's definitely no tangled bureaucracy, but even within this simple system you find conflicts holding the website back. The problem is that the different people in that system just have different priorities. As general manager, I want to see both a strong online presence and continued healthy…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: October 16, 2008

  • Saying Goodbye to Old Media

    It appears to me that after 25 years of competition, the traditional media of newspaper, radio, and television are finally starting to lose their war against online news.  Henry Blodget recently pointed out on his Internet Outsider site about the decline of advertisement revenue  for  television, print, and radio.  You may also be interested in a similar article by him titled, Running the Numbers: Why Newspapers Are Screwed.  However, before local online news sites and upstart news organizations celebrate it's important to note that a recent Harvard study,  Creative Destruction: An Exploratory Look at News on the Internet, shows that they too should still have concerns.  As people are shifting from traditional media to online news, those same people are also also shifting away from local news sources to better known online "brand" names

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: September 10, 2007

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