Progressive Publishing System


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Progressive Publishing System (PPS) allows independent publishers easy access to the new electronic publishing platforms, and mobile devices, and associated revenue streams.

Publishers can publish free and/or paid content, publish independently using their own Apps or via ePublications produced using PPS. They can also publish in a consortium setting using our Progressive Publishing Portal (PPP), which aggregates content from members.

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Progressive Publishing System

  1. 1. Progressive Publishing System (PPS) Easy access to new publishing platforms and revenues • POD • eBook - ePub Publisher’s - Kindle content - • iPad Publication Platforms free and • iPhone Management paid • Android • Tablet • Mobile • Web • InDesign Revenue Openmute/openDemocracy
  2. 2. Progressive Publishing System Multi platform publishing, management and Article organiser - this revenue system for progressive publishers can be controlled from multiple locations and by many user types Sales Orders TransCodex (service, not a web site) Stats Sales Publisher’s Orders content - Stats free and Progressive Publication paid Publishing Management Portal also available on multiple platforms Publisher chooses Content converter output options Third Party Clean import APIs and platforms: POD, Apps, eBooks, TransCodex API tablets Sales Orders Stats Openmute/openDemocracy
  3. 3. What, How, Why, For Whom? What does it do? • PPS converts, publishes, remixes, manages, and administers remuneration for written content on multiple electronic platforms and mobile devices (POD, eBooks, iPhone and mobiles, Apps and iPad/tablets). • Content can be published to the PPP or the system can be used for publishers to facilitate their own publishing onto the new platforms. • Usage stats and revenues can be tracked across all platforms. How does it do it? • At its core is an API and content-conversion engine called TransCodex. This cleans, publishes and tracks content, allowing it to be remixed and published to multiple platforms. What problem is it solving? • Publishers’ lack of access to new publishing platforms and associated revenues. Who is it for? • Authors, writers, editorial and publishing groups with a progressive social agenda and sufficient organisational capacity to produce and manage editorial content. Openmute/openDemocracy
  4. 4. The process The publisher • Originates content (this can derive from a CMS, desktop client, database, tablet or mobile app). • Makes content comply with PPS's XML standard. • Organises (free and paid) content on an article-by-article basis. IDs articles accordingly. TransCodex • API – allows content to come in and out of the system, and content management on third party platforms (either by the publisher or the third party). • Sanitisation – XML removes extraneous formatting and standardises content for PPS. • Management – article tracking and stats, payment and revisions. • Remixing – creates new publications and changes article sequences (executed from multiple locations; publishers sites via API, the TransCodex account, PPP, third party platforms via API). • Outputting – TransCodex transforms content held as clean XML for any platform. Publishing platforms • TransCodex can be used to publish in two ways: *PPP – aggregator highlighting member-publishers' content, available on multiple platforms. *ePlatforms and APIs – publishing independent of the PPP, with remuneration models set by the publisher. Openmute/openDemocracy