34 Sites Install MediaSpan Software

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By: E&P Staff

MediaSpan Media Software, Ann Arbor, Mich., announced that its software went into 34 sites during January and February.

Among several installations at Harris Newspaper Group publications in Kansas, The Salina Journal started up 18 NewsEditPro IQue workstations and began using MediaSpan’s InDesign plug-ins, WireManager and Transporter applications to manage its editorial needs. Another Harris site, The Hays Daily News, installed NewsEditPro IQue and AdManagerPro advertising software. Also going live with AdManagerPro at the beginning of this year were the Garden City Telegram and Ottawa Herald.

The twice-weekly Gaylord (Mich.) Herald Times launched MediaSpan editorial and advertising solutions in January, then added ProductionManagerPro software in February.

Other sites that went live with MediaSpan advertising software earlier this year were: Roll Call, Washington, D.C., The Galt (Calif.) Herald, San Diego Daily Transcript, The Chronicle-News, Trinidad, Colo., News, Chiefland (Fla.) Citizen, The Wakulla News, Crawfordville, Fla., Williston (Fla.) Pioneer Sun News, The Courier Herald, Dublin, Ga., Pacific Basin Communications, Honolulu, Hawaii, Jacksonville (Ill.) Journal-Courier, Taylorville, Ill., Breeze-Courier, The Examiner, Independence, Mo.,
Newcastle (Okla.) Pacer, The Alvin (Texas) Sun, Brenham (Texas) Banner Press, another Texas title and one in Virginia and Inter County Coop Publishing, Frederic, Wisc.

Editorial systems are running at the Taylorville, Ill., Breeze Courier, Falmouth (Mass.) Enterprise, The Daily Standard, Celina, Ohio, Lebanon (Pa.) Daily News, Press Enterprise, Bloomsburg, Pa., Red Deer (Alberta) Advocate, The Telegram (St. John Newfoundland) and National Post, in Toronto.

The Jonesboro (Ark.) Sun, The Paducah (Ky.) Sun (both Paxton Media dailies), Washington (D.C.) Jewish Week, and The Baytown (Texas) Sun (Southern Newspapers) installed Mediaspan circulation software, and The Galt (Calif.) Herald installed the firm’s production software.

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