Monday, March 9, 2009

Is Oce's DNN ready to go mainstream?

The latest buzz in the great "newspaper meltdown" in the States is about hyperlocal communities. My personal view is that schools are hyperlocal communities.

In any case, is it time to move this functionality from London to Atlanta, Detroit, Philadelphia, Pheonix?

Or even better, how about to every high school in America.

Stroma and Oce celebrate digital newspaper milestone |
"Oce’s network was started up when Swiss newspaper Neue Zuricher Zeitung (NZZ) wanted a quicker route into the UK.

Danish daily financial paper Borsen Dagblad was the first newspaper to roll off of Stroma’s presses and was followed by the New York Times, which has the honour being the five millionth. The company also prints Sydney Morning Herald and the Globe and Mail.

Oce business development manager for digital document services Paul Krisson, who was instrumental in forming the DNN, added: 'Nobody’s pretending that digital newspaper production has been an easy ride. We should know because we’ve been in it from the start and are here for the long run, make no mistake about that. We are delighted that Stroma has reached this landmark in production.'"

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