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Typepad Adopts Impermium, Social Anti-Spam Service

Typepad has announced they are retiring the in house Typepad anti-spam service in favor of Impermium, a social spam protection service.

Newscoop CMS 4.1 Integrates Solr for Search, GeoLocation Tools

To help struggling news organizations in areas that have a history of media censorship, the Prague-based non-profit Sourcefabric has developed a free and open source CMS, Newscoop. The organization recently released version 4.1, which features fast search functionality, and was developed in partnership with independent news organizations in the highly challenging media environment of Georgia. 

Report: Libraries Becoming More Digital, But Still Maintain Traditional Services

The function of the public library is changing, according to a new report from The Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project.

Paywall Provider MediaPass Helps Online Publishers Go Beyond Advertising

Can paywalls become an even larger factor in moving online content away from a dependency on advertising? Los Angeles-based MediaPass, which offers customizable paywalls, is betting they can.

WoodWing Enterprise 8.1: Content Station Updates, Tighter InDesign Integration

DAM/digital publishing technology provider WoodWing is releasing version 8.1 of its Enterprise multichannel publishing solution, with an emphasis on simplifying and optimizing the workflows that support multichannel publishing.

Like Dedicated e-Readers? Enjoy Them While You Can

If you like the dedicated e-reader, cherish it. There’s growing evidence that the e-reader is on its way out.

BuzzFeed Raises Another US$ 20m, Builds Media Company on Social Content

Anyone that thinks there is no money in news hasn't been following the fortunes of BuzzFeed. Describing itself as a social publisher, BuzzFeed has just announced that it has managed to raise another US$ 20 million to put towards its expansion plans.

New Survey Measures Impact of Mobile on Digital Publishing

A new survey of publishers finds that, while Apple apps still dominate the market for mobile devices, apps for Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Nobel’s Nook are growing rapidly this year. The percentage of publishers releasing Kindle apps ballooned from 24 to 67 percent of respondents between 2011 and 2012 and, for Nook apps, from 14 to 57 percent.

ThisNext Introduces Glossi, a New Digital Publishing Platform

Social commerce company, ThisNext has released the public, beta version of their digital publishing platform: Glossi.

Time to Say Goodbye to The Daily

One could say it was the end of an era, if the era of tablet-only, original news publications had ever really gotten started. The News Corporation has announced it is shutting down its venture in full-scale tablet news publishing, The Daily.

Quark Launches Revamped App Studio Platform for Publishing Mobile Apps

Following up on an announcement made earlier this fall, Quark is expanding its App Studio into a cloud-based platform that uses HTML5 to create interactive apps from pre-existing content.

Facebook App of the Week: Making a Publication more Social with Realview

Now that the holiday weekend is over it's time for another Facebook App of the Week. This week we’re looking at a social marketing tool from Realview Digital -- the Realview Facebook App -- that enables companies to share publications over the social network.

RadiumOne Strikes Blow Against Selling Consumer Data Behind Publishers' Backs

Most web publishers of any significant size use some type of third-party technology solution that makes it easy for consumers to share their content with other Internet users. However, according to Rebecca Watson, VP of Business Development for social advertising platform provider RadiumOne, vendors of these solutions often perform some other sharing they don’t tell publishers about.

InboundWriter Introduces Enterprise Version to Hone Online Content

Content optimization software provider InboundWriter today released an enterprise version of their online application. The software, which initially catered to individual writers, has been updated so it will appeal to larger organizations that publish online content. 

Advertisers Go Native, Consumers Feel Misled

Advertisers have gone native. By that, we mean advertising formats that put a digital twist on print advertorials and special advertising sections. You’ve probably already seen some of these ad formats -- Twitter’s Promoted TweetsFacebook Sponsored Stories; promoted videos on YouTube and Tumblr; and other types of promoted articles across other digital publishing platforms like Buzzfeed or Gawker.

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