Content-Wire Syndication and Content Management News Monday 9 April 2001 PDF Print London, 9 April 2001 - Content-wire.com, editorial leaders and pioneers of information models for the online content industry, this week make available two new periodical headline digests, Content Management News and Online Syndication News. A headline digest is a collection of headlines and links to main stories that are periodically sent to subscribers. Paola Di Maio, Managing Editor, explains “There are many new information areas about the online content industry. Every week we pick out the most meaningful announcements, those indicative of important trends in the sector, and we publish them to the website. Even if we are a relatively young online publishing initiative –we have been live less than two months - there has been an great deal of interest in our editorial model. By launching these two new services we want to ensure that users who do not have the time to check the website everyday for the news, do receive alerts to what is most important to them. The headline digests can then be filed for future reference. Our readers say that they are invaluable information tools” Content-wire.com is proud to bring innovation and efficiency to the information industry, and takes this opportunity to introduce a new editorial frequency model: ‘as and when’. “By saying ‘periodical’ we mean ‘when we have something so say’.” says Paola Di Maio “This means we shall try to move away from the ‘daily’ or ‘weekly’ frequency of the digests, we shall send them out as soon as we feel that readers should receive them. Timeliness is fundamental to relevance. If that means twice in a week sometimes and twice a month the next, that’s fine, because the online information universe requires promptness and attention, not hardwired deadlines. Our readers won’t hear from us just because it’s deadline time ” ABOUT CONTENT-WIRE.COM Content-wire.com is a leading knowledge resource for the online content industry. Live since February 2001, it slices the online information sector based on the taxonomy and lifecycle approach devised by its founder, Paola Di Maio, in early 2000. It is the first online channel to have dedicated section to emerging industries, like the e-catalogs, taxonomies, syndication, Content management and DRM, as well as others. Developments of other sections of the website are in the pipeline, including initiatives for the showcase and community sections. ABOUT PAOLA DI MAIO A veteran journalist in the editorial profession since 1989, se has been a London based foreign correspondent and freelance editor for many years. With a background in humanities and a professional training in global business, technology and communications, she is single minded and very critical of the information industry, which she thinks is unduly manipulated by the commercial engines from which the publishing industry depends. Paola produces highly specialized investigations and reports on many international and technology issues, and publishes articles in top press. Her education and background are in psychology of global communication, international business and information systems and knowledge engineering. She holds a BaHons and Masters of Science, and she is fluent in four European languages. She won content-wire.com the golden web award only a few weeks after going live, and is a member of the Webmasters and Designers association. Paola is an advocate of independent journalism and traditional publishing values, and is working towards the development of a sound and independent online information industry. More, including editors bio and picture in the documents section of www.content-wire.com Contact email@example.com This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Content Wire in the following categories: Consumer Technology, Personal Finance, Business & Finance, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.