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.
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.
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.
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
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 …
With a dwindling audience and new competition on the horizon, the AgriNews needed a jolt if it was going to keep being relevant to its nearly 40,000 readers in Illinois and 20,000-some readers in Indiana.
Imagine a global peace movement that combines the best of grass-roots branding with polished, professional design.
That’s exactly what happened with Occupy Peace, when Trends Research Institute turned to Creative Circle Media Solutions for a website that would capture the heart of the movement.
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.
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.
The first full redesign in the 128-year history of this community newspaper lived up to its unique name, by doing hard digging and taking off to new places.The Rocket-Miner, started in 1881, launched …
Working with Creative Media Circle has been an outstanding success.
Like many relatively small operations, the resources were limited. Bill and Jennifer quickly tuned into our dynamics and came up with proposals that were both appealing and achievable
With six editions covering six diocese across the state of Florida, a production hub in Orlando and five bureaus answering to six different Bishops, the Florida Catholic redesign was a little more complicated than most!