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Croatian daily Glas Slavonije goes live with GN3

Press release from the issuing company

May 5, 2005 -- On April 29th, Glas Slavonije, the largest paper for northern and eastern Croatia went live with its new content management system GN3. "NetCom representatives and the paper’s staff have worked closely together on producing several test issues to fine-tune production and content submission and management," said editor in chief Zoran Jacimovic. "Editorial contents reach the newsroom via several different channels, such as wire feeds, external contributors or the internet. The journalists can access and edit the variety of material from their workstations and, according to what has been decided in the newsroom meeting, they choose from the electronic book the layout that best matches both editorial and advertising demands." Glas Slavonije, based in Osijek (Croatia), is a daily tabloid with an average circulation of 40.000 copies per day. The paper, 48 pages of national and local news, has also several weekly sister publications and magazines. Good news for Tera and its local distributor NetCom comes also from Slovenia. In fact the Slovenian daily paper Dnevnik, based in Ljubljana, recently upgraded its 84 work-seats to the last version of GN3. “It was more like the deployment of a new system rather than just an upgrade, since the paper was running a very old version of the software..” - comments Zdenka Starcevic, sales manager of NetCom, Tera distributor for the former Yugoslavian markets - "Dnevnik now has the latest version of the Tera GN3 Publishing System running on more powerful servers - a major step forward." Twelve years of successful partnership make of the Dvevnik one of the "historical customer" for Tera in the area. The paper installed its first system provided by Tera – what was known to the market as GoodNews - back in 1992. Now the Dnevnik, 65.000 copies of daily average circulation, not only runs the latest version of the GN3 content management system, but also purchased a Tark archiving system and an XML SiteManager, to automate the production of its web edition.