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New Atlas, one of the world’s largest science and technology publications, has relaunched their website using Brightspot CMS.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning daily newspaper launched a new latimes.com powered by GrapheneCMS, a revolutionary, cloud-enabled content management system developed on the Brightspot CMS, with strategic partner NantMedia’s California Times and NantWorks.
Mexico’s TV Azteca, the country’s second-largest media company behind Televisa and one of the top producers of Spanish-language television programming in the world, relaunched six sites and six headless apps on Brightspot.
When the entertainment giant needed a CMS to power its dynamic front-end experience, Brightspot’s headless solution helped empower a seamless, rapid relaunch.
Brightspot is a content management system that reduces reliance on IT to empower publishers to distribute content globally across all channels.
WGBH, the nation’s preeminent public media company, has relaunched two separate websites on one powerful CMS. The new modern CMS platform, Brightspot, empowers WGBH to accomplish their two main digital goals: serve a diverse audience with a wide variety of media offerings and communicate the organization’s mission and values to their audiences, members, key constituents, and the general public.