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ST. PAUL, Minn.,
Nov. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Internet Broadcasting (IB), the leading provider of digital publishing technology and services, announced today a partnership extension with Post-Newsweek Stations, Inc. for digital operations.
Under the renewal, IB will continue to serve as Post-Newsweek's digital-media partner, providing the station group a digital publishing platform, news and content, and digital agency solutions.
"Post-Newsweek has been a valued partner for IB over the years, and I am pleased we have earned the opportunity to extend the relationship," said
Elmer Baldwin, President and CEO at Internet Broadcasting. "Their thought leadership and demanding focus on high-caliber execution make us a better service partner and a better business."
Additionally, IB has launched mobile sites for Post-Newsweek, providing a superior user experience on hand-held devices as well as a one-stop shop for the station group to manage publishing and ad operations for both web and mobile.
"Our digital business is extremely important to Post-Newsweek, and IB's partnership is critical to our operations," said
Emily Barr, President and CEO at Post-Newsweek Stations. "IB is a significant partner for us as we continue to invest in building an even stronger digital future."
About Internet Broadcasting
Aiming to transform how broadcast media leaders engage and interact with their audiences, Internet Broadcasting offers scalable publishing solutions that power digital growth and strengthen consumer relationships. Internet Broadcasting solutions include an innovative SaaS-based web publishing platform, original and syndicated content, and the IB Digital Agency, one of the largest digital advertising agencies. Internet Broadcasting has had a long-term focus on serving local television companies with award-winning websites and services. Leading media companies such as Hearst Television,
E.W. Scripps, CNN, The Washington Post Company's Post-Newsweek Stations and Turner Broadcasting are clients. Founded in 1996, Internet Broadcasting is headquartered in
St. Paul, Minn. For more information, visit ibsys.com.