References

Escenic has around 100 customers in almost 30 countries around the world. Here are a just a few of those customers, plus links to some of the world-class online publications they have created with the help of Escenic technology.

Axel Springer is one of Germany's and Europe's largest multimedia companies, publishing hundreds of newspapers and magazines across the continent. Its flagship news site Die Welt is Escenic-driven, as are many of its smaller special-interest sites such as the German edition of Rolling Stone.

The Globe and Mail is Canada's largest-circulation national newspaper and generally regarded as the country's most authoritative news source.

The Dallas Morning News is one of the United States' largest regional newspapers. dallasnews, its online edition, is an Escenic site.

The McClatchy Company publishes 30 daily newspapers across the United States. They are currently in the process of implementing an Escenic-based system to provide online editions of all their titles.

Radiotelevisione Svizzera (RSI) is Switzerland's Italian language public broadcasting organisation. They have a tightly integrated content production and distribution workflow based on Escenic Widget Framework that spans all media types and consumption platforms.

Besides its flagship title the Daily Mirror, Trinity Mirror plc has a portfolio of over 150 national and local news operations throughout the UK, all of which are Escenic-driven.

Escenic drives over 50 local news sites such as BergensAvisen and Nordlys for Amedia, which is one of the three largest media companies in Norway and the country's largest publisher of local media titles.

The NWT Group is a Swedish group of companies that among other activities publishes newspapers and internet publications in Sweden. It has about a dozen Escenic-based internet properties including Nya Wermlands-Tidningen.