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  • November 2010 - Media General begins centralizing their community papers copydesk, by moving the first ones to in Lynchburg, running FalconEditoral with InDesign.
  • October 2010 - The Kentucky New Era goes live on Falcon Editorial with QuarkXPress 8.
  • September 2010 - The News Herald in Panama City FL upgrades to the latest version of Falcon Editorial with InDesign.
  • September 2010 - Imperial Valley Press goes live on Falcon Editorial with QuarkXPress8.
  • September 2010 - The Indiana Gazette goes live on Falcon Editorial with QuarkXPress 8. Stories are automatically routed to their website by Falcon.
  • August 2010 - The Citrus County Chronicle upgrades to the latest version of Falcon Editorial.
  • July 2010 - Killeen Daily Herald upgrades to the latest version of Falcon Editorial with InDesign.
  • July 2010 - Temple Daily Telegram goes live on Falcon Editorial with QuarkXPress 8. They later also got APT's layout solution PowerPlan with QuarkXPress 8.
  • June 2010 - Papers in Burlington, Gastonia and Shelby NC upgrade to the latest version of Falcon Editorial.
  • June 2010 - The Daily Athenaeum upgrades to the latest version of Falcon Editorial with InDesign and InCopy CS5, including APT's paper layout solution Pagemaster for CS5.
  • June 2010 - The Monitor in McAllen TX goes live on Falcon Editorial with Word 2007 and InDesign, switching from QuarkXPress. A custom XML output is created as part of this to send content to their website.
  • June/July 2010 - All dailies of Forum Communications Co. upgrade to Falcon Editorial 4.1.9.
  • May 2010 - American Trucking Association goes live on Falcon Editorial 4.1 and moves from Quark 6.5 to QuarkXPress 8. Any changes made to the page are automatically saved back to the story. When Falcon routes the story to their website as XML, it will contain all changes made in Word or Quark.
  • April 2010 - The Jamestown Sun goes live on Falcon Editorial 4.1 with Quark 7 and Word 2003.
  • April 2010 - Forum Communications Co. starts using APT's browser based editorial solution FEO (Falcon Editorial Online) to share content among all their publications.
  • March 2010 - Wisconsin State Journal, The Capital Times and two associated papers in Baraboo and Portage WI complete their upgrade to Falcon Editorial 4.1.9, using InCopy and InDesign. Their website www.madison.com is fed by Falcon Editorial's "routing" function, that sends XML of their stories to the website. Copies are sent to their archive system as well.
  • March 2010 - The RocketMiner in Rock Springs WY goes live on Falcon Editorial 4.1 with Quark 6.5 and Word 2003, including AP Webfeeds and automatic routing of stories to their website.
  • March 2010 - The Herald Journal in Monticello IN goes live on Falcon Editorial 4.1 with InDesign CS4 and integrated AP Webfeed wire capture.
  • December 2009 - The News Tribune in La Salle IL goes live on Falcon Editorial with QuarkXPress 8 and Word 2003, along with Falcon Editorial Online (web browser client integration) for remote users.
  • December 2009 - The Hutchinson News in Hutchinson KS goes live on Falcon Editorial with QuarkXPress 8 and Word 2003.
  • November 2009 - Variety in Los Angeles, CA goes live on Falcon Editorial with InDesign and InCopy CS4. Falcon Editorial allows Variety to clone their New York edition to create the LA edition that goes to press later. They still retain the ability to edit every single story or make changes as needed. They were also set up with a jump manager that lets them create and modify jumps using Adobe InDesign Server. The complete stories including graphics and all related pieces (cutlines, pull quotes etc.) are sent to the web through Falcon.
  • 2009 - AP WebFeeds supported in Falcon Editorial.
  • 2009 - InDesign & InCopy CS4 as well as QuarkXPress 8 & Quark CopyDesk 8, along with new features, now available in Falcon Editorial.
  • 2009 - Two Gannett papers consolidate on a single Falcon Editorial server: http://marketingconference.naa.org/profile.cfm?xtemplate=1&master_key=F2C26C5D-6B1C-457B-9066-8E1FAAD23F6D&press
    http://www.newsandtech.com/dateline/03-02-09_date.htm (scroll down)
  • 2009 - Falcon Editorial Online, APT's revolutionary web browser client is released and installed at 18 publications across the country.

 

 

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