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We are the only company that can help you grow your readership, revenue and audience in print and online. We provide dynamic web sites, truly new revenue streams, print redesigns, cost-effective print production software, energizing editorial and advertising training, management consulting and high quality outsourcing services for our newspapers. more
The Providence Business News needed not just a new look, but a new model that matched content to a news cycle that’s been disrupted by digital. That meant bringing in Creative Circle Media … more
PROVIDENCE, R.I.  – Readers in Baldwin County, Alabama, are enjoying a weekly newspaper with a new identity – The Baldwin Times, a countywide paper with a more relevant, modern … more
The family owners of The Sumter Item reinvested in print, digital, their staff and the local economy more
Partnering with Mirabel Technologies, we created a modern, web-centric classified solution for web order entry, call centers, billing and classified display. more
The ANC corporate site launched on a new version of our CMS that allows anyone to assemble pieces into a dynamic web display. In many ways, we can’t take credit for the design of this site because, while we created all the pieces, it's really the marketing team at ANC that assembled those pieces. more
"Just wanted to provide feedback on the revised format for newspaper. . . I LOVE IT. The paper is much easier to read and comprehend the content." more
Creative Circle’s expanding “Creative outsourcing” service is helping the Inland Press Association improve everything it produces. Inland outsourced its design, marketing and … more
At Creative Circle Media Solutions we're always looking for the best talent in the industry. If you think you have what it takes to be on our team, send us a copy of your resume, salary requirements … more
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Herald-Citizen new website in Cookeville, Tennessee, went live recently with a Creative Circle Media Solutions redesign that brings together the best of the newspaper and the best of web. more
Here's a brief recap of what he taught me about our news product: Organization and design are key. Photos tell stories. Great photos grab readers attention. Use them well and use them often. Challenge your news staff. They're an untapped resource. Stories can be told many ways. Do it. Bottom line: demand excellence, hold to deadlines and remember that your responsibility is to serve your readers. more
Roger Alford wanted Kentucky Baptists to have a one-stop place for news from a Christian perspective. As an experienced Associated Press bureau chief, he was sure on this point, too: The website must … more
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