Write once, publish through
many channels (digital first).
Print should be just another channel fed by the same digital story formatted and paginated in high-quality print layouts with minimal manual intervention.
“Repurposing” wastes your time and staff resources. You need automatic adaptation of story to multiple channels (including social media and platforms).
It should be easy to add new products and formats – apps, blogs, newsletter, voice interaction – that share content with existing products.
One platform for all channels and functions from print ad placement to social media management.
High-visibility planning and coordination inside and outside the newsroom.
Automated print layout
and edition tracking.
Work-anywhere capabilities using mobile apps and workspaces.
A European business daily uses an expert system to tag their published content with enriched semantic metadata.
Improved searchability adds value to their archived materials.
German daily Nordwest Zeitung wanted to publish fast-moving local content to its online editions while keeping manual processes to a minimum.
The ‘intelligent automation’ features of EidosMedia’s platform allows them to populate the pages by a metadata-driven process that is almost completely automatic.
Following the move to an integrated print-digital operation, Italian daily La Stampa created a new newsroom.
The layout reflects a digital-first workflow, with significant synergies between channels and news products.