Boston Herald goes live with Tecnavia eEdition

The Boston Herald has implemented Tecnavia’s NewsMemory© eEdition on web browser and mobile apps to replace and upgrade their electronic print replica product. Tecnavia’s web eEdition is built on the latest HTML code to optimize performance and user interface on the platform. Mobile apps for Apple iOS and Android use native coding to provide fully integrated features, higher performance and security.

Websites Provide Critical Product Presentation

Newspaper websites have become an essential and integral part of a full-featured product portfolio. The time spent by readers on mobile devices has now far exceeded that on desktop, making it essential for publishers to have a responsive and adaptive website that makes their content available, easily accessible, and user-friendly on any tablet and smartphone, even those with small screens. Extremely cost-effective, Tecnavia’s full-featured, flexible solution guarantees fast, easy updating and content management of your material both on the web and in the App environment.


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Tecnavia Announces New Digital Ad Network

Tecnavia announced the Tecnavia Ad Network (TAN), a new service exclusively for Tecnavia clients. Developed with leading digital advertising exchanges, TAN provides publishers with select digital ads for placement in their Tecnavia print replica eEditions and 2-in-One Total Media Apps. TAN is an opportunity for publishers to generate ad revenue without adding additional ad sales or marketing resources by simply taking advantage of ad impressions already available.