Key Industry Figures Join KnowledgeView and its Clients at the 'Publish LIVE' Users' Group Meeting - Beirut 16-18 February 2010

By Knowledgeview Ltd, PRNE
Thursday, January 14, 2010

The "Beyond Boundaries: Online & Mobile Success Stories" Seminar on the 17 February Will be Addressed by Key International and Arab Media Speakers, Including Reiner Mittelbach, CEO of WAN-IFRA , Allan Marshall, Joint Partner, I-Media Advisory, and Niko Ruokosuo, COO, Saudi Research and marketing Group

BEIRUT, Lebanon, January 15 - KnowledgeView, a leading multi-publishing solutions provider
in Europe and the MENA region, is holding its 7th User Group Meeting "Beyond
Boundaries: Online & Mobile Success Stories" from 16 till 18 February 2010,
Beirut, Lebanon. An industry seminar is scheduled for 17 of February 2010
during which leading international and regional experts and speakers will
discuss industry issues and exchange experiences and insights.

Among the key speakers on the 17th of February, Reiner
, Joint CEO of WAN-IFRA, will give a presentation about tomorrow's
news publishing company entitled "Consumer Centric Communication", Allan
, Joint principal at iMedia advisory services Ltd, will be talking
about the publishing strategies for online and mobile, as well as success
stories from Japan and elsewhere and Niko Ruokosuo, COO of Saudi Research and
Marketing Group will speak on commercial exploitation of news content in the
Arab World.

"KnowledgeView is keen to hold such meetings with its clients
and partners in order to exchange views and experiences, meet their needs and
monitor the market requirements and latest trends. This meeting will also
give KnowledgeView an important opportunity to reveal its last technical
innovation and best practices in the multi-publishing field. This year, we
wanted to widen the scope of our annual gathering and organize an industrial
seminar where distinguished figures from the publishing and media industry
will be giving presentations and case studies about the business newest
technologies and techniques to increase revenues", Dr. Ali Al-Assam, CEO of
KnowledgeView said.

KnowledgeView holds its User Group Meeting (UGM) twice a year
to update its clients about the products new features and upgrades and to
hold bilateral discussion meetings to improve services and strengthen the
bond with clients and partners in the Arab world.

About KnowledgeView

KnowledgeView Ltd is a UK-based company with headquarters in
London and offices in the Middle East. The company was founded in 1995 to
develop cross-media publishing, news management and editorial sharing
systems. Users of KnowledgeView's Publish live solutions included the
Independent News and Media, Guardian Media Group, News Corporation and the
Washington Post. In the Middle East, KnowledgeView is a leading newspaper
integrator, with over 40 media companies, providing consultancy as well as
technology, acting as a marketing and technology bridge between Europe and
the Arab World.

KnowledgeView's Publish live suite of products and services
enables publishers to extend their reach and increase revenues, through easy
multi-publishing to paper, Web, mobile and now TV & radio.

KnowledgeView's RAPID Browser is a powerful news management
and editorial sharing system for automating acquisition, classification and
enhancement of news and media content and creating packages for cross-media
publishing, designed to streamline production and create additional revenues.

RAPID Browser has set the standard for the next generation of
news management systems, with its ability to gather content from a wide
variety of sources such as news agencies, correspondents' reports, RSS and
Web harvested feeds, and the power it puts in the hands of users to define
their own ways of filtering and acting on items that match their interests.

RAPID Archive, integrated with RAPID Browser, provides
strategic rich-media archiving for publishers.

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