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Content Delivery News & Analysis

Uncharted Territory for Content Delivery: Smart TVs

shutterstock_92706382.jpg Smart TVs have been here for a while. Leaders of the market -- Samsung and LG -- have put a lot of effort to push this concept into the mainstream. Microsoft stepped into the game just weeks ago with its Smart Glass technology that connects X-Box with smartphones and tablets. And more and more vendors are trying everyday to change the very foundation of the TV as we've known it for the past 90 years.

This movement has brought with it some challenges to the content management industry such as: how to deliver content to the living room?

Good News for Publishers: Onswipe Expands to Distribution Platform

The publishing industry continues to get hipper and more technically urbane rather than fading into the ground like some may have predicted. Rising to the occasion, Onswipe has recognized the demand for fresh material and efficient ways of accessing it, now that everyone is armed with tablets and smartphones, and this week launches a unifying content network and a brand-new UI. If you build it, they will come.

CMSWire Tweet Jam: Meet the Customer Experience Panelists #CXMChat

We are a little less than one full day away from our October tweet jam. This month we cover three important elements of customer experience: Content, Community and Commerce. Take a gander at who will be there and what we'll be talking about.

Ventana New Media Engine Powers, Connects Social Media With Content Marketing

Ventana Media Engine Powers, Connects Social Media With Content MarketingLast week, we reported that interactive marketing was forecasted to grow substantially over the next five years. Almost on cue, two launches seek to capitalize on this predicted growth. Ventana, best known for its public relations, has spawned a new entity it's calling Ventana New Media. With it comes the release of the Ventana New Media Engine, designed to optimize content-driven search engine communications so organizations can build an effective brand identity, while generating leads accurately across appropriate platforms.

Woodwing Offers Upgrades to Reader App, Content Delivery Service

woodwing logo 2009.jpgNow that the iPad has become a respected media channel through which publishers design and publish online magazines, there’s more pressure for content systems to keep up with emerging technologies that influence how users interact and engage. WoodWing Software, known for its multi-platform tablet publishing platform, has announced a number of major new features for its reader apps for iOS and Android, as well as for its Content Delivery Service.

Impelsys Showcases iPad Content Delivery Module For iPublish Central

impelsys_logo2010.gifThe last time we covered the Frankfurt Book Fair, 70 percent of active readers were ready to go digital. Two years later, they will get a first look at Impelsys’ new iPad module for its publishing platform, iPublishCentral.

Content Strategy for the iPad and WCM Integration

This week instead of dissecting an issue of content strategy, we’ll examine a few of the trending topics affecting the way content is developed, namely content integration and the iPad.

Amazon Plans to Launch New Content Delivery Service

Amazon Web Storage S3 AWS Content Delivery Network CDN

Amazon Web Services (AWS), a provider of Internet data storage and delivery services, is planning to release an unnamed content delivery service that will likely undercut the existing Content Delivery Network (CDN) competition to provide customers with faster and cheaper digital content delivery options.

Interwoven Provides Better Experiences Using TeamSite

Interwoven Updates Its Flagship Solutions

Interwoven has enhanced its TeamSite and LiveSite Solutions to provide faster and better online experiences. The new features enable marketers to focus on getting quality content to the right audience faster than ever.

Mashable Partners to Accelerate Content Delivery

Mashable Partners with EdgeCast to Speed Content Delivery

Was Mashable having website troubles? They have partnered with EdgeCast Networks, a content delivery network, to speed up the delivery of their social media news and information so you can get your fill of what’s happening in the blogosphere that much quicker. Can you tell the difference?

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