By: E&P Staff
The Telegraph, Nashua, N.H., will deploy adQ Premium for classified Web entry. Developed by Creative Circle Advertising Solutions (CCAS) of Providence, R.I., the adQ system will integrate with the paper’s Miles33 classified front end.
The editorial content and classified section of the Telegraph’s print edition previously had been redesigned by Creative Circle Media Consulting, a CCAS sister company which offers journalist training and newspaper design.
In addition to adQ, CCAS makes citizen-journalism software communityQ, which is used by such clients as the Chicago Tribune, CNHI, North Jersey Media Group and Media General.