CNet Launches NewsToBuy
CNet Launches NewsToBuy, First Application Service to Offer XML Content Publishing and Syndication for Rent
STOCKHOLM, Sweden. November 26, 2001.
CNet Sweden, a developer of best-of-breed software for content publishers, today launched NewsToBuy, an easy-to-use ASP service offering small and medium sized publishers all editorial tools and cross media publishing functions needed to run a professional publishing business.
Designed entirely around XML technology, NewsToBuy provides a cost effective solution for small publishers such as local newspapers, trade magazines and trade portals to run their web publishing business. The NewsToBuy application service offers a complete editorial system, news archive, newsletter distribution, cross media publishing to different formats and channels, integration of external news feeds as well as export of news feeds.
Publishers can easily manage their own web portals and digital newspapers without having to install any hardware, database or content management system. Editing, categorization and prioritizing of news articles is done through an Internet browser and the publisher can chose any layout they want. Besides publishing to web portals it is also possible to export content for paper publishing and for news syndication using XML formats such as NewsML and RSS.
Peter Rosengren, CEO CNet Sweden said, "With NewsToBuy we can offer small publishers the same advanced functions as large newspapers have in their publishing system, but at a fraction of the cost."
Another important target market for NewsToBuy is micro publishers such as freelance journalists and business intelligence specialists, that need to deliver news items to be included in corporate intranets and portals. With NewsToBuy they get a technical platform to serve their customers with tailored news feeds which can be delivered through different channels in any format their customer requires.
NewsToBuy is available for immediate delivery. The monthly rate is $649 and there is no start-up fee. More information can be found at http://www.cnet.se/newstobuyeng.vns.
About CNet Sweden
CNet enables content and information commerce by providing actors in the new media and publishing industry with software products to fully exploit their digital assets using the web and XML technology. Our solutions are used for news publishing, news brokering, multi channel publishing, e-learning, e-books, market research publishing and many more applications. More information is available at http://www.cnet.se.
CNet Svenska AB
Phone: 46-8-568 90 110
Prepared by Robin Cover for The XML Cover Pages archive.