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Olive mobile content for Blackberry and iPhone
Olive's approach is to provide multiple ways of accessing content, either as text only or with full graphics, to accommodate user preferences and technical constraints such as bandwidth and screen resolution. Publishers can leverage Olive's advanced XML-based repository and article-level segmentation to repurpose articles for display on mobile devices.
Technology partner Olive
"Olive's new mobile solution will give us new ways to allow our customers' subscribers access to content while they are on the go," said Alan Snyder, Pre Press Operations Manager, Fry Communications. "The flexibility to repurpose content gives us great agility to meet our customers' evolving needs. Working with Olive as technology partner for our integrated services solutions and Fry Digital e-ditions helps us provide unique information distribution solutions to our publishing clients."
Blackberry and iPhone support
"Providing access to news on mobile devices demonstrates the power and flexibility of our microcontent platform," said Yuval Rachmilevitz, President and CEO of Olive Software. "Olive gives publishers another way to deliver content to their customers, create new business models, and use Web and wireless technology to boost their revenue." Olive will be demonstrating its mobile capabilities at the Folio trade show in New York at booth 405. Fry Communications is at booth 618.
Olive digital publishing solutions
Publishers already benefiting from Olive digital publishing solutions include Time Inc., ESPN, Reed Business Information, Hearst Business Media, Newport Communications, and many others. They will now be able to deliver their content to the global community of over 9 million Blackberry users and 1 million iPhone users.
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