Auto pagination helps Tindle journalists focus

May 27, 2024 at 02:22 pm by admin

Family-owned UK regional publisher Tindle Newspapers is automating its print workflow with a new Atex system.

Established in the 1950s by Ray Tindle – who died two years ago aged 95 – it it now publishes 23 weekly print titles alongside websites and social platforms, and broadcasts from five radio stations.

Tindle has been an Atex customer since 2016, and began an internal process last year to identify workflow improvements and technology tools. Adopting Atex auto-pagination followed engagement with the editorial team and a review of the tech infrastructure.

Managing director Scott Wood said adopting the Atex solution was “a very natural path” to achieving its goals. “As a result, we can continue to focus our attention on the importance of content creation and how we share this with our local audiences across multiple channels.”

Head of Atex’s content business unit Gian Camillo Vezzoli said the technology “not only streamlines editorial workflows but also empowers journalists and designers to focus on creating compelling content without compromising on presentation quality.

“We’re proud to provide a solution that supports sustainable journalism in the digital age, ensuring that newspapers can continue to thrive in both print and digital formats,”

Atex is part of Constellation Software, based in Toronto, Canada.


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