This article showcases our top picks for the best Maine based Content & Publishing companies. These startups and companies operate a variety of Content & Publishing solutions. We tried to pick companies across the size spectrum from cutting edge startups to established brands. Regardless, they are all exceptional startups and companies well worth a follow.
We selected these startups for exceptional performance in one of these categories:
- Innovative ideas
- Innovative route to market
- Innovative product
- Exceptional growth
- Exceptional growth strategy
- Societal impact
Top Maine Content & Publishing Companies
Tide Creative is a software startup company that builds mobile applications to enhance the way people experience weddings. Its applications focus on wedding venue experience, brand engagement, photo organizing, and sharing, and wedding planning, and purchasing.
They build custom applications specifically for wedding venues and wedding consumer retail brands. They also are developing two big apps of their own that will be available directly to consumers..
Noteflight, LLC is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and is dedicated to reinventing the way that people create, share and use written music. The product doesn’t merely improve on other music notation software: it lets written music take advantage of the full power of the web as we know it today.
Noteflight is a powerful full-featured application to edit, display and play back music notation in a standard web browser, integrated in an online library of musical scores that anyone can publish, link to, or embed.. .
Cultura Colectiva is a social, modern and powerful movement that seeks to incorporate art and culture into people’s daily lives through new digital media. It benefits from a long audience through which it supports all different art forms including painting, photography, literature, music, urban art and architecture.
Collective Culture is a company that has three main objectives: a.) they are: positioning themselves as a means of dissemination throughout Latin America through its Internet portal b.)managing projects that support art and culture in Mexico and the world c.)building strong relationships with brands to act as a service provider. .
LibraryThing is an online service to help people catalog their books. The catalog can be accessed from anywhere—including mobile phones.
LibraryThing also connects people with the same books, comes up with suggestions for what to read next, and so forth.. .
Portland Press Herald
Portland Press Herald is a daily newspaper that provides its readers with articles related to local news, sports, business, politics, opinions, listings, and more. The Maine Sunday Telegram, the Sunday edition of the Portland Press Herald is read by 72% of the state reaching 280,000 readers.
Portland Press Herald and Maine Sunday Telegram are MaineToday Media businesses along with MaineToday Digital, Kennebec Journal, Morning Sentinel, The Coastal Journal, MaineToday.com, and MaineYellowPages.com. Portland Press Herald was founded in 1862 in Portland, Maine..
Bangor Daily News
Bangor Daily News is an online and offline general news publication that features news, articles, insights, and information related to several categories. It is a news provider focused on covering areas such as business, health, living, dining, entertainment, sports, events, and more.
Its online platform features blogs, profiles, and the ability to post news and events. In addition, Bangor Daily News comprises of traditional features such as classifieds, obituaries, and crossword puzzles.
An additional feature of the publication is that users are also provided with news related to their communities and states. Bangor Daily News was established in 1889 by the great-grandfather of its current publisher Richard J.
Warren. It is based in Maine, a state located In the New England region of the northeastern United States..
FRANKFURT BUSINESS MEDIA GmbH
FRANKFURT BUSINESS MEDIA (FBM) GmbH is the FAZ publishing house for finance and business. The FAZ-Fachverbagsverbund also includes the communications service provider FAZ-Institut für Management-, Markt- und Medieninformationen GmbH and the Munich specialist publisher “Die Stiftung” Media GmbH .
With over 100 employees at five German locations, we are always close to the customer with passion. FBM is the relevance leader among professional German publishers: We build the most important event and media platforms for professionals in finance and business.
The largest German finance event for treasurers and CFOs with more than 2,000 guests, the “Structured FINANCE”, and the sector-wide medium-sized business magazine “Markt und Mittelstand” are the lighthouses in our portfolio.. .
Down East Magazine
Down East Enterprise, Inc., is a multimedia company based in Camden, Maine. The company’s flagship publication, Down East: The Magazine of Maine, is the largest paid-circulation magazine dedicated to the Pine Tree State.
A digital version of Down East was launched in February 2013. For nearly six decades, Down East has been the authority on Maine, and today continues to capture the reader’s attention with an insider look at contemporary life in Maine.
People who love Maine love Down East. Down East Enterprise currently publishes Shooting Sportsman, the world’s largest magazine dedicated to wingshooting and fine guns, and Fly Rod & Reel, a quarterly publication for fly-fishing enthusiasts, in addition to Down East.
Down East also produces websites, mobile apps, and video programming via the Down East Channel.. .
Sun Journal is a medium sized newspaper covering the Central Maine counties of Androscoggin, Oxford and Franklin. Our main office is located in Lewiston, Maine with branch offices in Norway, Rumford and Farmington.
Sun Media Group is the parent organization of the Sun Journal and 15 weekly newspapers around Southern, Central and Western Maine. The weekly papers include the Forecaster group and Current Publications in Southern Maine, the Norway Advertiser Democrat, Rumford Falls Times, Bethel Citizen, Franklin County Journal, Livermore Falls Advertiser, the Rangeley Highlander and the Penobscot Times in Old Town.
Sun Media Group also operates a web based content management and news distribution company called Celsius Technologies, various news web sites and Sun Press, a commercial printing operation.. .
It is the mission of Mainebiz to be the leading source of Maine business news and analysis. They will deliver coverage of business and economic trends, issues and news through credible, evocative and stimulating writing.
They will consistently produce high- quality, well-designed products with exceptional art, graphics and photography. They will recognize and celebrate exceptional achievements within the business community.
They will connect Their audience through hosting interactive events statewide. They will provide a forum for ideas for Maine’s business community..
PlayerPlug allows users to access sports social media content from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat and Reddit while staying within the single PlayerPlug application. Rather than having to switch between 6-7 apps to see breaking sports news, tweets from your favorite team, what your favorite player posted on Instagram and what fans are saying on Reddit, you can access all of this content on PlayerPlug.
PlayerPlug is equally as valuable of a social media platform for athletes, media and fans and general fans of the sports industry. PlayerPlug is a transformative social media experience, simplifying the sports social media experience for users while not compromising the unpredictability that the industry thrives on..
Foneshow has built a telephony-based distribution platform for short-form audio (primarily news/talk/sports radio programming). The platform leverages the cellular telephone network and enables users to subscribe to, access, publish, share, and consume short-form audio programming immediately from virtually any cell phone.
The system features the very rapid propagation of programming from the creator to the consumer. Patents are pending.
Foneshow was founded in late August of 2006 on Ballston Beach in Truro, Massachusetts by Erik Schwartz and Nic Wolff, two technology industry veterans and lifelong friends. Nic and Erik had been kicking some of the ideas around for a while, wondering why they never listened to podcasts.
In late summer 2006 they developed the ideas that would become Foneshow. They started coding in September of 2006 with alpha launching later in September.
The foneshow.com domain was registered in October 2006. The company was organized as a Delaware LLC in November of 2006.
In August of 2007 Foneshow closed a series A venture capital round with CEI Community Ventures, Masthead Venture Partners, and Small Enterprise Growth Fund of Maine.. .
This article was written by James Jackson from Boove. The editor for this article was Tess Page. If your company is featured in this article and you want to have amendments made please contact us on: [email protected].
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