Leading overseas newspaper houses adopt ProImage NewsWayX
ProImage, an AGFA company, is helping several overseas newspaper publishers streamline their prepress operations and centralising their production by modernising and upgrading their workflow management systems. Essential in the streamlining processes is ProImage’s new generation of production workflow system NewsWayX, which controls and manages production workflow from a variety of front-end systems through to output.
Using a web browser and being fully HTML5 compliant, production workflow to monitor production status from both origination and print sites, regardless of location. It supports ICC profiles, PDF as well as Bitmap workflow, imposition and page pairing. In addition, it easily integrates with editorial and press control systems thus providing a single, cost-effective, integrated end-to-end production solution. As a result, many newspaper publishers take advantage of ProImage’s innovation to upgrade their workflows.
Las Vegas Review Journal: One of the largest newspapers in Nevada (Las Vegas) will be replacing a Print Express workflow solution with NewsWayX to provide further automation and to streamline their production flow to their new Agfa Advantage CTP devices.
The Buffalo News: Buffalo News in NY recently finished an extensive workflow upgrade project that included installing NewsWayX. ProImage’s Intellitune/OnColor for colour correcting and toning images and OptiInk/ECO for ink optimisation has been upgraded as well. These new versions with added features will help improve image quality and save the newspaper additional ink.
Lee Enterprises: Lee Enterprises, a leading American media company that publishes 46 daily newspapers in 21 states and more than 300 weekly, classified, and specialty publications, will be upgrading their centralised workflow to NewsWayX to better
manage their production to over 25 print sites. Planning files are imported from Layout 8000 to automatically build editions.
Tribune Publishing: Tribune Publishing, a print and online media publishing company based in Chicago, is upgrading their Arkitex workflow to NewsWayX and will be configured in a centralised environment to provide automated workflow for six Tribune production sites.
Kingsport Times-News: A long-time ProImage client, popular daily Kingsport Times-News in Kingsport Tennessee is upgrading their existing workflow to NewsWayX HTML5 browser based workflow software. The new software will better manage production with an improved user interface and production tracking screens.
The New York Times: The newspaper is upgrading their Arkitex workflow to NewsWayX at their College Point Plant in Flushing NY. The new version will simplify edition planning and manage their additional commercial work as well as local publications.