Direktpress hyperlocal news site one of Sweden’s top 100 websites
The Swedish edition of IDG Internetworld this week released their list of Sweden’s top 100 websites 2016, awarding StockholmDirekt.se – Direktpress’ site for hyperlocal news from Stockholm’s neighborhoods and boroughs – a Prize of Honor.
The prize is given with the following motivation:
“Direktpress is becoming a true competitor to traditional newspapers in Stockholm. The website that collects content from all their  city districts is a sheer pleasure to read – truly interesting local journalism that is widely shared in social media.”
While pagination for the print edition is centralized, Direktpress journalists work from the local communities they are covering. They use Roxen’s tools for editorial production and publishing in an “online first” workflow, engaging their audience through social media and video.
Direktpress was one of the first newspapers to migrate to Roxen News Website, Roxen’s out-of-the-box, integrated and responsive Web CMS for news media.
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Based on its own award-winning and powerful content management software, Roxen Enterprise CMS, Roxen develops web-based editorial and content management tools for multi-channel publishing and audience engagement for media and corporate applications. Customers include Shaw Media (US), Metronews (FR), TC Transcontinental Media (CA), Direktpress (SE), Metrojornal (BR), Metro International (Intl.), Pagemasters (AU), ADP (NL), Princeton University (US), RTL Nederland (NL) and Verizon (US).
Roxen was established in 1994 and is named one of Europe’s most innovative technology ventures. The head office and development center is located in Linköping, Sweden. Roxen also has offices in Stockholm, The Netherlands and U.S. For more information, visit www.roxen.com
Together with other leading Swedish developers of media technology, Roxen is exhibiting at the America East media conference in Hershey, PA April 4-6, 2016. Meet us there!