The Boston Globe and the Telegram & Gazette in Worcester, Mass., today said they will roll out EidosMedia's Méthode platform to underpin their print and online products.

The papers, part of The New York Times Co.'s New England Media Group, said the software will also be used to anchor The Globe's forthcoming BostonGlobe.com pay website that will launch next year (see News & Tech, November/December).

"The move to the Méthode platform is a key step in allowing The Globe to continue its mission of delivering high-quality journalism across multiple channels and platforms," said Wade Sendall, the paper's vice president of information technology. "Its integrated workflows will bring a new level of productivity to our newsroom operations."

The Méthode platform will serve The Globe's Boston newsrooms and bureaus, as well as the newsroom of the Telegram & Gazette and other NEMG titles

In addition to the planned deployment at The Globe and Telegram & Gazette, Eidos' software is in use at The Wall Street Journal, The Seattle Times and The Washington Post. The Denver Post is also rolling out the software in a project to be completed next year.

 

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