Worldwide print-to-online publisher Pressmart Media Ltd. (www.pressmart.com) formally announces the launch of their latest newspaper eEdition for The Wall Street Journal Asia, the leader for global business news in Asia. With clients in 49 countries and 24 languages, Pressmart provides digital publishing solutions for publications across the globe.
Accessed online at http://epaper.wsj-asia.com,The Wall Street Journal Asia eEdition will now provide the same news analysis, Pulitzer-winning articles and content as in its paper edition. Unlike its subscription website, asia.WSJ.com, which is updated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the ePaper content is identical to the print paper, with content flowing in the same order with cutting-edge rich media features that make Pressmart‘s Web 2.0 interface a dynamic interactive experience for readers.
“We‘re proud to have a brand as The Wall Street Journal Asia as our client,” states Sanjiv Gupta, Founder and CEO, Pressmart. “As we continue to grow and expand content usage to new audiences, a powerhouse publication like The Wall Street Journal Asia allows our process, and the end product to reach more people and gain more exposure for the industry of digital publishing.”
Pressmart powers the digital edition of publications from 49 countries on Web, Mobile, eReader, RSS, Podcast and other digital channels. Conversion, Hosting, Subscriptions, Ads and AnalyticsÃ¢â‚¬”all packaged in a single easy-to-use service. Pressmart is a preferred partner of premier publishing associations around the world and the winner of several awards and recognitions for its product innovation. For more information, please visit www.pressmart.com
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