News & Events
Invitasjon til avisseminar, 28. november 2012
Hele avisbransjen gjennomgår store strukturelle endringer som følge av overgangen fra papir til digitale kanaler. Samtidig er mediekonsumet større enn noen gang, men hvordan kan dette omgjøres til en positiv mulighet som gir nødvendig inntjening for avisbransjen?
På seminaret vil våre spennende foredragsholdere (Alt Lande, Børre Haugli og Fredrik Sommerfelt Kvaal) gi et bilde av en mulig fremtid og konkrete eksempler på hvordan nødvendig effektivisering og omstilling kan gjennomføres.
PagePlanner & the Swedish Magazine Publishers Association (SMPA)
Sveriges Tidskrifter (The Swedish Magazine Publishers Association (SMPA) has signed an agreement with PagePlanner Solutions on behalf of its 380 Swedish magazines members. With members representing 90 per cent of the Swedish B2C- and B2B magazine market, the SMPA is one of the largest media organizations in Scandinavia.
The SMPA is a member of the European Magazine Media Association, EMMA, as well as the International Federation of the Periodical Press, FIPP.
Reference: Aller Media Copenhagen
Aller Media is one of PagePlanners largest customers in Scandinavia. World Wide Aller Media publishes over 300 magazines and periodicals weekly or monthly. The CIO Per Ingdal and the management team early understood the need for reengineer their workflow to prepare for multi channel production.
Push the PLAY button and spend 3 minutes of your time and listen to what Aller Media in Copenhagen experienced when they implemented PagePlanner.
Olav Mugaas joins the Board of Directors.
Media Executive Olav Mugaas, former Chief Executive Officer at Aftenposten, has joined the Board of Directors at PagePlanner Solutions AS. In addition to 11 years as CEO at Aftenposten, Olav Mugaas has an extensive C-level and Board level career within a number of Scandinavian media companies, among them Arbeiderbladet, Bergens Tidende, finn.no, Klassekampen, Rogalands Avis and Svenska Dagbladet.
The board of Directors at PagePlanner Solutions AS (left to right); Erling Maartmann-Moe (Chairman), Thomas Berglund, Fredrik Sommerfelt Kvaal, Bjørn Jasund, Ragnar Bo and Olav Mugaas.
Norsk Maritimt Forlag is a publisher with focus on the maritime sector. They publish two of the leading maritime magazines in addition to a lot of different maritime literature. On December 14th they signed an agreement with PagePlanner Solutions, making PagePlanner 3 the new editorial system for Norsk Maritimt Forlag.
About Norsk Maritimt Forlag: www.havna.com
Teknisk Ukeblad is a weekly magazine focusing on technology. It has about 317.000 readers and it was founded as Polyteknisk Tidsskrift in 1854, making it the oldest technical magazine in the world. On November 30th, Teknisk Ukeblad Media signed an agreement with PagePlanner Solutions for implementation of PagePlanner 3 as their new production system.
About Teknisk Ukeblad: www.tu.no
October 2011 - WAN Ifra
The PagePlanner stand attracted the interest of visitors from all around the world. The new version 3 of PagePlanner received a lot of attention at the exhibition. Along with our international partners Flux labor and PossibilIT publishers where shown a new way of producing content for multiple channels.
Hegnar Media, one of the leading private media companies in Norway, has signed an agreement with PagePlanner Solutions. Hegnar Media will implement PagePlanner 3 as the new production system at the magazine Kapital and the daily newspaper Finansavisen.About Hegnar Media: www.hegnarmedia.no
The Norwegian weekly newspaper Morgenbladet signed an agreement with PagePlanner Solutions. PagePlanner has so far been a solution primarily for magazine production. With the Morgenbladet agreement PagePlanner will also be adapted to newspaper production, making the editorial process easier for newspaper publishers as well as magazine publishers.
Morgenbladet was founded in 1819 and is the oldest newspaper in Norway.
Forma Publishing Group has signed an agreement with PagePlanner Solutions for a full implementation of PagePlanner 3 in all divisions. Forma is one of the leading media companies in Sweden with more than 400 employees in three different countries. Forma publish a range of different well known magazines and books, among them Hus & Hem, LevaPS, Icakuriren and Icanyheter.
About Forma: www.formapg.se
Dinamo Magazines is a contract publishing division of the Dinamo Group, one of the leading communication and advertising companies in Norway. In December Dinamo Magazines signed with PagePlanner Solutions to use PagePlanner as the editorial system for their magazine production.
About Dinamo: www.dinamo.no
Egmont Magazines publishes illustrated magazines, family magazines, specialty magazines, women’s and men’s magazines throughout Scandinavia. Egmont has it's headquarter in Copenhagen, Denmark and is the largest magazine publisher in Norway and number two in Denmark.Egmont Hjemmet Mortensen is the first subsidiary that runs a full implementation. Thereafter PagePlanner will be implemented in Malmö, Copenhagen and Stockholm.
About Egmont: www.egmont.com
Aller is the leading publisher of magazines and weeklies in the Nordic countries. More than 3 million weeklies are sold each week in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland. In Denmark alone, more than 2 million out of 5 million Danes read an Aller magazine each week. Aller Media in Norway and Finland have already implemented the solution and Denmark is the next to run a full implementation in Copenhagen.
About Aller Media: www.aller.dk