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Ad-building software is becoming simpler and more powerful. One robust ad platform is Impact Engine. Publishers can create a number of exotic ads such as peel downs and floaters, plus develop more
This platform comes with an extensive video ad library and editing tools. more
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Companies like Zope, Townnews and Matchbin and Creative Circle Advertising Solutions all provide low-cost platforms for local media companies. Here are the key differences between them. more
Outsidein.com has already aggregated groups of hyper-local sites for partnerships with local media groups; however the smaller sites keep the traffic that clicks through. The company creates lists of news stories from very local blogs and sites, including a total of 30,000 hyper-local feeds. Local media sites can then curate a Neighborhood News page for every town and neighborhood in their area of coverage with mapping pinpoints. Note: Outsidein.com has been purchased by Patch.com, and is now part of AOL more
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What's the easiest way to get user-generated content on a local site? Emergencies bring out the cameras, as do contests. One popular way of collecting the content, is through YouNewsTV, a platform created by Broadcast Interactive Media (BIM) YouNewsTV. Unlike video platforms created strictly for contests, YouNewsTV can operate a number of news channels and still be adaptable to host video contests when neccesary. more
Konnects social network platform is a hosted private label ”software as a service,” that let’s newspapers “go live” with a social network in about 30 days. It is a low cost alternative to Pluck which powers social networking for larger media companies and is more expensive to deploy. more
The surprising longevity of the campus or coffee shop corkboard as public forums should give pause to the most wired of local media types. That look and feel is one reason Paper G's "Flyerboard" remains a popular widget. … more
Local media have a number of options for event calendars. We compare three for price and upsell opportunities. more
Boston-based Mediaspectrum reports massive cost-savings for newspapers using its Web-based platform. Building its technology over the last nine years, Mediaspectrum now powers 700 online … more
Priced at $99/month, Unity Mobile provides all the tools for local media companies to create a mobile site fast, especially for side projects such as contests or to "resell" as part of a campaign. more
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