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Campbellton (NB) <i>The Tribune</i> now online

Campbellton (NB) The Tribune and its French-language sister publication, La Voix du Restigouche, are now available on-line.

This week Tribune Publishers Ltd. launched digital versions of its regional newspapers; Campbellton (NB) The Tribune and La Voix du Restigouche. These newspapers will utilize the services of Advanced Publishing, an online solution service provider that uses innovative technology to create a digital edition for readers to access via the Tribune Publishers Ltd.'s website at http://www.tribpub.nb.ca.

Advanced Publishing offers a duplicate of the print version - online for readers to enjoy with the added functionality of keyword search, back issue archive, hyperlinked email addresses and advertiser websites. Using DjVu compression technology, Advanced Pubishing is able to maintain the clarity and image quality of the print version, with fast download times, even for dial up Internet users.

"We were looking for a way to provide a great online home for our readers and Advanced Publishing enabled us to get our publications online quickly and affordably. In fact, within hours of going live with our online edition, we had our first paid subscriber and have added more digital subscribers each day. The quality of the online edition, speed of access, and user friendly navigation were key to us in our selection process", said Terry Raymond, publisher of the two newspapers.

"We are also confident that our advertisers will be impressed with the ability to make their print ads interactive, enabling readers to access their products or promotions with a single click."

"We are excited to add such high quality newspapers to our service offering," said Patricia Connolly, Advanced Publishing's President and CEO.

(This item originally ran in the Campbellton (NB) Tribune).

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