The Editorial Asset Application Settings are settings and configurations that apply only to Editorial assets. The Application Settings are located within the gear icon in the upper right-hand corner of the Editorial Assets workspace.

If you're using the Content Exchange, or are considering using it, you may have questions about how to protect your content. These are answers to questions we've received from customers in terms of digital rights management.

This importer is used to ingest editorial content in the NITF format. 

JSON importers are used for importing content in conjunction with OTT systems.

We're frequently asked about removing Google search results that link to an article that has been updated or removed from a TownNews hosted site. The problem occurs when, despite the content being removed from the website, the Google search result is retained.

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. It is used to send files from one location to another via server. FTPs are used to transfer files that are too large to be sent any other way, such as photos and videos. Emails often have restrictions as to how large of a message can be sent. An FTP allows users to send large assets to a remote location quickly and easily. Common FTP clients include Filezilla and Core FTP but your site can use any FTP client. Your site will be provided with FTP account information from the Project Manager when the site is built and you have been given access to the site.