Half Moon Bay Review (Coastside News Group, Inc.) has chosen Brainworks Stratica Advertising & CRM solution.
Barb Anderson, publisher at Half Moon Bay Review, shared: "We viewed Stratica during a live webinar and we were immediately in awe. Stratica is on the leading edge of media technology. It is everything and more of what we were looking for in an Advertising and CRM solution. We are replacing our current antiquated system and our team is extremely excited to move into this century!"MORE
After successfully launching Stratica, a new strategically-focused Advertising & CRM media solution earlier this year, Brainworks Software marks yet another milestone by celebrating over 30 years of innovative media software development.MORE
Brainworks Software's longtime customer, M. Roberts Media, is a diversified media and marketing solutions company that delivers unique experiences for consumers and advertisers across all platforms. It publishes six newspapers, eight magazines and one full-service digital agency.
Graphics Manager Katie Case explains how she was able to successfully lead projects for three sites on her own with the efficient tools and customer service provided by Brainworks' Xpance.MORE
Brainworks AR Support Manager Phil Giarraputo recently updated the company's client mapping feature and All Island Media is already reaping the benefits.MORE
Boone Newspapers, Inc. owns and/or manages 82 newspapers along with websites, shopping guides and magazines in communities in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee and Texas.
Connie Knapp, audience development manager at Boone Newspapers, explained: "Since our launch a year ago, Brainworks Circsmart was able to save us up to 450 man hours across our 30 newspapers. The sudden onset of publications wanting to make immediate changes to delivery method and/or publication days, had us turning to Brainworks for a fast, customized work solution."MORE
Brainworks Software's longtime customer, Adams Publishing Group, is a family-owned community newspaper company that currently operates in 15 states across the United States, plus the District of Columbia. With over 27 daily newspapers, more than 100 non-daily newspapers and a number of other media-related businesses. APG's Business Systems Development Director, Amy Lindquist, shares how she engages APG's sales reps to use Brainworks CRM to its fullest revenue driving potential.MORE
Brainworks CircSmart's self-service portals helps customers streamline workflow with multiple locations
Brainworks Software customer EO Media Group is a family-owned group of newspapers, websites and other communication entities based in Oregon and Washington. With over 11 newspapers and 25 active users of Brainworks CircSmart, EO Media was looking for a solution to streamline workflow between multiple users in several offices.MORE
Seaton Publishing Company has gone live with Brainworks Advertising, Finance, CRM, Pagination and Xpance publishing solutions. This go live includes the following publications: The Manhattan Mercury, Junction City Union, 1st Infantry Division Post and Wamego Smoke Signal/The Times, along with their respective websites.MORE
Brainworks Software has announced that the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner has once again taken its relationship with Brainworks to the next level. The News-Miner first installed Brainworks' advertising system in 2004. This 15-year partnership continues with the paper's commitment to be an early adopter for Brainworks' new Stratica Advertising and CRM system.MORE
Brainworks, in collaboration with CRM development partner APG Media, has released three new CRM innovations designed to increase revenue opportunities and drive greater sales team efficiencies for print and digital publishers.MORE
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The digital news industry in the United States is facing a complex future. On one hand, a steadily growing portion of Americans are getting news through the internet, many U.S. adults get news on social media, and employment at digital-native outlets has increased. On the other, digital news has not been immune to issues affecting the broader media environment, including layoffs, made-up news and public distrust.
Here are some key findings about the way Americans get news online – as well as how digital newsrooms in the U.S. are faring, compiled from recent Pew Research Center surveys and analyses.More