CreativeCOW.net Gets a Bovine Facelift and Simplified Library Searching
September 08, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsCambria, CA - September 06, 2007 — CreativeCOW.net, the industry-leading community for media production professionals and publisher of Creative COW Magazine, is pleased to announce that Creative COW has completely redesigned and updated the CreativeCOW.net site. Continuing to provide news, tutorials and forums, the COW has added a new simplified library that allows faster access to the COWÕs online database of 800+ archived articles from the Creative COW website and Creative COW Magazine.
Hundreds of thousands of media professionals from all over the globe pass through the COW forums every month, where they share a lot of ideas and questions. The COW has drawn on these contributions to update the website to reflect the needs of the community. Information moves much faster today and the COW community wants quick and easy access to a library of the incredible amount of information available on the site and in the magazine.
"In developing the new site, we listened to the strong community base of CreativeCOW.net. WeÕre now also adding an additional emphasis on addressing the three screens that video has to accommodate. Video creation has been greatly impacted by the rapid advancements in telecommunications, streaming media, mobile technologies and home theater. The video professional community has to quickly adapt to these technology challenges," says Creative COW Magazine publisher, Ron Lindeboom.
Industry professionals that are dedicated to keeping colleagues current on new technologies run the magazine and forums. The new COW library includes: tutorials, video tutorials, reviews, interviews, editorials, features, business information and listing of authors and stories plus an RSS feed. Members of the COW community will now have access to one of the largest constantly evolving video industry libraries in the world.
Staying on the cutting edge is how CreativeCOW.net has earned its reputation over the last six years. Both the website and magazine have enjoyed the support of many majors that joined the COW from the very beginning. Due to responding to community feedback, the Cow has gained 58% growth in sales in the past year Ñ and that is a remarkable achievement even for a cow.
CreativeCOW.net is the InternetÕs leading media professionals website, and publishes the Creative COW Magazine, the DVD-based Creative COW Master Series training titles, Creative COW Podcasts and more. The COW is continually expanding its media offerings to meet the needs of its users, sponsors and advertisers. For more information, please visit http://www.CreativeCOW.net
For more about Creative COW Magazine, please visit www.creativecowmagazine.net or visit the Creative COW community online at www.creativecow.net.
Susan van Barneveld, APR
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