ScreamingMedia Announces Partnerships with Newspaper Publishing Groups

Posted on April 23, 1999

ScreamingMedia (formerly known as Interactive Connection), the New York-based Web content streaming firm has announced new partnerships with Blethen Maine Newspapers, The Daily Oklahoman, The Albuquerque Journal, The Black World Today and the ClickZ Network. ScreamingMedia, which specializes in aggregating content from multiple news wire services and individual content providers, delivers topic-specific news to websites. ScreamingMedia's new partners will employ a self-syndicating tool developed by ScreamingMedia called Siteware(R) that will allow their newsroom to syndicate and leverage local and community content in a hands-free environment.

"The addition of local newspaper content to the extensive offerings already being distributed through ScreamingMedia's publishing systems can only bolster our current content offerings. These agreements marks another example of how ScreamingMedia's systems open up new revenue and branding opportunities for online newspapers while providing our news clients with a wider array of more diverse content," said Sean Morgan, ScreamingMedia Vice President of Business Development.
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