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PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Now you can deliver news alerts and targeted content to readers and build communities around your best content with newsletterQ, a new software add-on rolling out from … more
ANC Sports Enterprises went live Dec. 7 with a dynamic website powered by Creative Circle Media Solutions that features maximum flexibility. more
PROVIDENCE, R.I.  –  It’s good to be preferred. Longtime clients of Creative Circle Media Solutions will tell you the industry’s most innovative consulting, training … more
Creative Circle has launched a series of syndicated, turnkey web features pages called “Premium Pages” that are ideal for digital publishers who want to grow readership, sell sponsorships or launch local branded or native content sales. more
For a long time, people asked us which editorial system we would recommend. It was a tough question. We are very familiar with all of the industry's options, and they all have fatal flaws. 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
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
In the summer of 2016, the Cayman Islands sent a team of four athletes to compete in the prestigious Olympic games in Brazil. This provided me with the perfect opportunity to publish a magazine to … more
Creative Circle Media Solutions has released “What’s open” – a web application built specifically to help communities and media outlets deal with the chaos of the coronavirus outbreak. 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
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
The Pocono Record in Stroudsburg, Pa., won a Sweepstakes Award from the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association by winning the most awards in its circulation class. The newsroom staff claimed 13 … more
Our team will be represented at the Southern Newspaper Publisher's Association annual meeting, the Inland Press Association annual meeting, along with several other state and regional press association events this fall. more
It was absolutely worth it. . . . We would have never gotten here if we did this internally. more
Creative Circle’s expanding “Creative outsourcing” service is helping the Inland Press Association improve everything it produces. Inland outsourced its design, marketing and production duties to Creative Circle more
Graduation in 2020 is like no other. It stinks, especially for parents. But Creative Circle Media Solutions has released “Honor My Grad” – a web application built specifically to help parents, schools and media outlets give the graduating class of 2020 their due recognition.   more
Graduation in 2020 is like no other. It stinks, especially for parents. But Creative Circle Media Solutions has released “Honor My Grad” – a web application built specifically to help parents, schools and colleges give the graduating class of 2020 their due recognition.   more
Two small, rural towns in South Dakota are battling to save their newspapers, and Creative Circle has stepped in to help. The De Smet News and The Lake Preston Times – have a combined weekly circulation of about 1,900. more
The Times-Picayune in New Orleans and The Advocate in Baton Rouge switched to a narrower web width for their print newspapers on May 1 and readers approved. Creative Circle Media helped both papers make the change as reader-centric as possible. more
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