Several markets have launched the eEdition as part of their Newspaper In Education programs, including The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky., The Indianapolis (Ind.) Star, The Greenville (S.C.) News, and Florida Today, Melbourne. Several others plan summer launches.
Gannett is the most recent group to join Tecnavia's customers, which include Media News Group, Freedom Newspapers, Stephens Media, Omaha World Publishing, Seattle Times Co., and Evening Post Publishing. (See "Paperless Originals," E&P, June 2006, and "Newspapers Explore New On-Screen Replica Possibilities," E&P Online, June 5, 2005.)
By: E&P Staff Tecnavia Press Inc., Burnsville, Minn., announced earlier this week at Nexpo that Gannett Co. Inc. has selected Tecnavia Press's NewsMemory software as the solution for its electronic edition delivery.