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Coming Soon, HostedNewsroom v3 – The Next Generation Communications Center


In 2008, ReleaseWire launched the first version of HostedNewsroom, providing our clients with an easy way to give Journalists and other members of the media with quick access to all the information they would need. Over time, HostedNewsroom was updated with many new features based on customer feedback. 

Earlier this year, our team set out to reinvent HostedNewsroom based on customer feedback, and a great deal of research went into understanding what information journalists, bloggers and other members of the media look for and how to best deliver it. 

With that, we are pleased to announce that HostedNewsroom v3, our latest version, will launch very soon, reinventing HostedNewsroom by adding many new major features along with thousands of improvements.

We are so excited about this new version, we wanted to share with you a preview of the power of customization HostedNewsroom v3 offers.

Take a look at how different these three HostedNewsroom v3 sites look.

This HostedNewsroom site uses the default color scheme with a custom logo:

HostedNewsroom v3 Beta - Dark Blue Demo

This HostedNewsroom site uses a custom color scheme:

This HostedNewsroom site uses the default logo, a custom color scheme, and has change the text and order of the main and side menus:

HostedNewsroom v3 Beta - Green Demo

HostedNewsroom v3 will be offered in two editions: 

HostedNewsroom v3 Free is our full-featured, advertising supported edition, provided to all ReleaseWire clients at no cost.

HostedNewsroom v3 Professional, included at no additional cost to ReleaseWire subscribers, includes all the features of HostedNewsroom v3 free plus adds additional features and does not display advertising to viewers.  

HostedNewsroom v3 is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2016.

If you have any questions regarding HostedNewsroom v3 or any ReleaseWire service, please let us know. Our customer support team is happy to help.

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