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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 River Reporter, a weekly based in Narrowsburg, N.Y., upgraded to Creative Circle's dynamic mediasiteQ web CMS July 18, 2019. They switched from a Drupal based site that wasn't delivering a publisher-level platform. more
The Las Cruces Bulletin along with Desert Exposure, the paper's tourism magazine, upgraded to Creative Circle's dynamic mediasiteQ web CMS July 18, 2019. The Bulletin switched from a Tecnavia web site. Desert Exposure had a basic WordPress site. Their new sites are, of course, more flexible, more visual and easier to run. more
Want to work for a company that still believes in print and is investing in its newspapers and its people? One of our Midwestern clients has several openings that involve news and advertising … more
The Mega-Conference, now the leading gathering of top newspaper executives in the industry, got an updated web site as the groups gear up to promote the 2020 conference in Fort Worth, Texas. "We … more
The North American Butterfly Association/Tampa Bay is dedicated to helping butterflies thrive and teaching people about the importance butterflies, their role in nature, their life cycles and why they are threatened. more
At last – an effective way to gather and present information about the upcoming election. And it’s brought to you by Creative Circle Media Solutions, one of the leading software providers … more
Imagine a global peace movement that combines the best of grass-roots branding with polished, professional design. more
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