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Renamed The Rhode Island Catholic, the redesign launched on an accellerated schedule requested by Bishop Thomas J. Tobin, who had recently been named to the post. He thought the name change needed to be made as soon as possible. The print redesign was followed by the launch of a new web site two months later. more
The original collection of great ideas on how to improve your print products from Creative Circle and other supporters of print in the Southern Lithoplate print solutions team.  more
More great ideas on how to improve your print products from Creative Circle and other supporters of print in the Southern Lithoplate print solutions team.  more
Lisa Beauchamp, general manager for Global Directories in the Caribbean, was very familiar with Creative Circle. So when a new product opportunity arose for her publishing company, which owns the telephone directory for the Cayman Islands, she knew who to call. 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
Creative Circle’s expanding “Creative outsourcing” service is helping the Inland Press Association improve everything it produces. Inland outsourced its design, marketing and … more
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – It’s a new day at the NewsTribune in La Salle, Illinois, where print circulation is up, and the leadership and staff are celebrating a turning of the tide. 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
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
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
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
For the 50th anniversary of Le Provocateur, the student-run newspaper of Assumption College, it was time for a sharper, modern presentation that linked back to the paper’s roots. The result? … more
Readers in Kankakee, Illinois, got a message loud and clear this week as the Daily Journal launched a redesigned newspaper that CEO and president Len Robert Small describes as an investment in both … more
It’s not just a redesign, it’s a rethink. Two months after the launch of the print redesign of The Sumter Item in Sumter, S.C., the changes are dramatic – satisfied readers, a … more
A bold, fresh brand that starts the conversation – that’s the new message that Inland Press Association has been signaling to its more than 1,100 members since Creative Circle Media Solutions rebranded the industry organization in spring 2014. more
After redesigning the print magazine and establishing a stronger brand for this unique, international magazine, it was time to overhaul their web site. Their old site was on a WordPress platform. … more
Hi folks! We've been so busy launching sites for everyone else that our new site has been on the back burner forever. What you see here today is a new site that we hope will become a great place to … more
Back in 2006, when we offered the industry's first fully integrated pay wall into our CMS, everyone thought we were crazy. Many laughed at us. Not anymore. We knew back then that the ad-only … more
Instead of bemoaning the loss of old categories in classifieds, a strategy of developing new categories has turned into significant print classified revenue growth at the Times-Herald Record in Middletown, N.Y. more
We hired Maegan Barney last summer as a programming intern. We found her through an innovative, state-supported web site encouraging local companies to hire interns from area colleges. more
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