SCC News Updates

Latest Company News and Technology Updates

SCC is pleased to have been chosen to convert and migrate legacy data from the Tampa Tribune legacy BRS story archiving system into the Tampa Bay Times SCC MediaServer Cloud Edition system. SCC provides 24x7x365 support for the SCC system software, including system monitoring, server patching and data backup and restore services for the AWS cloud infrastructure. The Tampa Bay Times SCC MediaServer Cloud Edition system currently holds 3 million photos and graphics, 2 million stories and 1 million pages.


SCC has upgraded the SCC MediaServer Enterprise system at Excelsior Newspaper (Mexico City) to version 10.


SCC has upgraded the Journal Media Group (Gannett) centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise system to version 10. The upgrade enables SCC’s cloud storage module, allowing high-resolution assets to be automatically moved from on-premise storage over to Amazon S3 storage. The increased redundancy provided by Amazon S3 significantly reduces storage costs by removing the need for off-premise duplication of data, and removes performance impact of localized backup processes.


The Nation Media Group (Nairobi, Kenya) has upgraded their primary and subscriber (replication) SCC MediaServer Enterprise systems to version 10.


SCC has successfully migrated legacy BRS and Newsbank archives from the Bradenton, Biloxi, Hilton Head Island, Macon and Columbus (GA) McClatchy Newspaper sites into the McClatchy group centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


NBC News Digital has added sister site Telemundo to their centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise system. The SCC system acts as a centralized photo and graphics desk and archive for the NBC News group.


The Detroit Free Press (Gannett) has upgraded their SCC MediaServer Enterprise system to version 10. As part of the upgrade, the company has also added the SCC AV Support Module and the SCC Replication module. The SCC AV Support module provides fully automated audio/video encoding and archival services and includes built-in support for FFMPEG, Microsoft Expression Encoder and Amazon AWS Elastic Trancoding services. SCC’s Web Browser Access Module features an integrated HTML5 audio/video player which supports progressive playback of the archived media, even when located on cloud-based storage. The SCC Video Support Module includes an interface to Brightove video portals for real-time archival of Brightcove originated audio/video content. The SCC Replication Module allows a second “subscriber” MediaServer system to be installed at a remote “DR” site, holding a real-time replica of the primary SCC MediaServer system.


McClatchy Newspapers recent aquisition, The Durham Herald-Sun, is now operating live on an SCC MediaServer Express system.


Advance Newspapers New Jersey, Michigan and Syracuse sites have been added to the group’s existing centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise system. The SCC system acts as a live photo desk, feeding content to Advance Newspapers Saxotech Mediaware publishing system, and also acts as primary archiving system for published content exported from the Saxotech system.


West Australian Newspapers (Perth, Australia) has upgraded their SCC MediaServer Enterprise system to version 10. The upgrade enables SCC’s cloud storage module, allowing high-resolution assets to be automatically moved from on-premise storage over to Amazon S3 storage. The increased redundancy provided by Amazon S3 significantly reduces storage costs by removing the need for off-premise duplication of data, and removes performance impact of localized backup processes.


The Seattle Times is now operating live on a hosted Amazon AWS cloud-based SCC MediaServer Cloud Edition DAM system. SCC provides 24x7x365 support for the SCC system software, including system monitoring, server patching and data backup and restore services for the AWS cloud infrastructure. The Seattle Times SCC MediaServer Cloud Edition system currently holds 3 million photos and graphics, 2 million stories and 1 million pages.


SCC is pleased to announce the availablity of a new "WordPress Integration" channel type for SCC MediaFactory v10. The new channel connects to the open source WordPress content management system and allows the automatic uploading of images and graphics (media) and stories (posts) marked for delivery from an SCC MediaServer system. The module was originally developed for the Seattle Times where it is used as part of their production workflow. The WordPress Integration channel is also installed and operating in production at the Digital First Media Bay Area News Group (BANG) newspapers.

SCC MediaServer 10 is now released, extending further the capabilities of very large centralized digital asset management systems. Version 10 includes 64-bit native MediaFactory and 64-bit native Web Access Module, enhanced memory management, increased performance, additional cloud infrastructure support, agency contract rights management, as well as many other new features.

To coincide with this latest release, SCC has also announced a major change to its business module. Going forward all SCC software will now be provided free of charge to sites maintaining an active SCC support contract on licensed software.


Tribune Publishing Company properties, Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel, El Sentinel, Forum Publications and SouthFlorida.com are now operating live on Tribune’s centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


The Columbus Dispatch SCC MediaServer Enterprise system has been updated to the latest SCC software versions, and has also been integrated with Gatehouse Media’s centralized Saxotech Mediaware publishing system.


The Baltimore Sun is now operating live on the Tribune Publishing Company centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC MediaServer Express systems are now installed and operating live at McClatchy’s Columbus, Macon, Biloxi and Bradenton properties. SCC MediaServer Express systems at each McClatchy Newspaper site are configured to automatically transmit data to a centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise system located at the company’s data center in Fort Worth, TX.


SCC has successfully migrated Corpus Christi Caller-Times (Gannett) text archives from a Saxotech BRS database into the company’s group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system. Additional BRS text migrations are underway for the company’s Ventura and Evansville properties.


The Allentown Morning Call is now operating live on the Tribune Publishing Company centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


The Berkshire Hathaway Media Group centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system now includes real-time integrations with DTI, APT, AnyGraaf, Saxotech and Town News TCMS publishing systems.


SCC has successfully migrated photo and text archives from Newsbank, DTI and Anygraaf databases at Berkshire Hathaway Media Group’s Greensboro, Roanoke, and Atlantic City properties, and also from a home-grown archiving system in use by the Media General properties acquired by BH Media. The photo and text archive data has been transferred into BH Media’s centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


The Orlando Sentinel, El Sentinel and Orlando Signature publications are now operating live on the Tribune Publishing Company centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC MediaFactory workflow configurations at Syracuse Newspapers have been updated to support integrated with Advance Newspapers centralized Saxotech Mediaware publishing system.


The Hartford Courant is now operating live on the Tribune Publishing Company centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC has successfully migrated legacy photo and text archives from Gannett’s Henderson, Kitsap and Wichita Falls properties into the company’s centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


Virginia Daily Press, Virginia Gazette and Tidewater Review are now operating live on the Tribune Publishing Company centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC has successfully migrated text archives from the Lexington Herald-Leader Newsbank SAVE system into McClatchy’s group-based MediaServer Enterprise DAM system in Fort Worth, TX.


For the 15th consecutive year SCC is pleased to supply SCC MediaServer workflow and digital asset management technology to the Annual Kentucky Mountain Workshops held in Paducah KY., October 18-22.

SCC MediaServer 9 is now released, extending further the capabilities of very large centralized media/asset management systems, including increased performance, additional cloud infrastructure configurations, advanced rights management, flexible user license management, as well as many other new features.


The Tampa Bay Times (formerly St. Petersburg Times) is now operating live on a hosted Amazon AWS cloud-based SCC MediaServer Cloud Edition DAM system. SCC provides 24x7x365 support for the SCC system software, including system monitoring, server patching and data backup and restore services for the AWS cloud infrastructure. The Tampa Bay Times SCC MediaServer system currently holds 3 million photos and graphics, 2 million stories and 1 million pages.


For the 14th consecutive year SCC is pleased to supply SCC MediaServer workflow and digital asset management technology to the Annual Kentucky Mountain Workshops held in Frankfort KY., October 19-24.


SCC MediaServer 9 is now released, extending further the capabilities of very large centralized media/asset management systems, including increased performance, additional cloud infrastructure configurations, advanced rights management, flexible user license management, as well as many other new features.


The Tampa Bay Times (formerly St. Petersburg Times) is now operating live on a hosted Amazon AWS cloud-based SCC MediaServer Cloud Edition DAM system. SCC provides 24x7x365 support for the SCC system software, including system monitoring, server patching and data backup and restore services for the AWS cloud infrastructure. The Tampa Bay Times SCC MediaServer system currently holds 3 million photos and graphics, 2 million stories and 1 million pages.


For the 14th consecutive year SCC is pleased to supply SCC MediaServer workflow and digital asset management technology to the Annual Kentucky Mountain Workshops held in Frankfort KY., October 19-24.


SCC has successfully migrated 750,000 photos and graphics from the Tulsa World legacy Merlin archive system into the Berkshire Hathaway Media Group centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system. Tulsa World in now operating live on the BH Media group-wide SCC system.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of the SCC MediaServer News Budgeting & Assignment Tracking Module to the Erie Times-News, Erie, PA. The SCC MediaServer system has also been integrated with Gatehouse Media’s centralized Saxotech Mediaware publishing system.


The San Diego Union-Tribune is now operating live on the Tribune Publishing Company centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC has successfully migrated 800,000 photos and graphics and 1.4 million stories from the Richmond Times-Dispatch legacy Merlin archive system into the Berkshire Hathaway Media Group centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system. Richmond Times-Dispatch in now operating live on the BH Media group-wide SCC system.


SCC has successfully migrated photo and text archives from the Annapolis Capital Gazette into the Tribune Publishing Company centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of their SCC MediaServer Video Support Module to The Seattle Times, The Toronto Star and National Geographic Society. The module provides fully automated audio/video encoding and archival services and includes built-in support for FFMPEG, Microsoft Expression Encoder and Amazon AWS Elastic Trancoding services. SCC’s Web Browser Access Module features an integrated HTML5 audio/video player which supports progressive playback of the archived media, even when located on cloud-based storage. The SCC Video Support Module includes an interface to Brightove video portals for real-time archival of Brightcove originated audio/video content.


SCC has successfully migrated 350,000 photos and graphics and 370,000 stories from the Winston-Salem Journal legacy Merlin archive system into the Berkshire Hathaway Media Group centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system. Winston-Salem Journal in now operating live on the BH Media group-wide SCC system.


SCC has successfully migrated South Jersey Times text archives from a legacy MediaSpan (BaseView) NewsEdit Pro archiving system into the NJ Advance Media centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC has successfully migrated 175,000 photos and graphics and 1.2 million stories from the Tri-City Herald legacy Merlin archive system into the McClatchy centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system. Tri-City Herald in now operating live on the McClatchy group-wide SCC MediaServer system.


SCC has successfully migrated text archive data from Chicago Suburban Newspapers NewsBank archiving system into the Tribune Publishing Company centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC MediaServer Express systems are now installed and operating live at McClatchy’s Hilton Head, San Luis Obispo and Charlotte properties. SCC MediaServer Express systems at each McClatchy Newspaper site are configured to automatically transmit data to a centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise system located at the company’s data center in Fort Worth, TX.


SCC has successfully migrated 750,000 photos and graphics from the Tulsa World legacy Merlin archive system into the Berkshire Hathaway Media Group centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system. Tulsa World in now operating live on the BH Media group-wide SCC system.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of the SCC MediaServer News Budgeting & Assignment Tracking Module to the Erie Times-News, Erie, PA. The SCC MediaServer system has also been integrated with Gatehouse Media’s centralized Saxotech Mediaware publishing system.


The San Diego Union-Tribune is now operating live on the Tribune Publishing Company centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC has successfully migrated 800,000 photos and graphics and 1.4 million stories from the Richmond Times-Dispatch legacy Merlin archive system into the Berkshire Hathaway Media Group centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system. Richmond Times-Dispatch in now operating live on the BH Media group-wide SCC system.


SCC has successfully migrated photo and text archives from the Annapolis Capital Gazette into the Tribune Publishing Company centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of their SCC MediaServer Video Support Module to The Seattle Times, The Toronto Star and National Geographic Society. The module provides fully automated audio/video encoding and archival services and includes built-in support for FFMPEG, Microsoft Expression Encoder and Amazon AWS Elastic Trancoding services. SCC’s Web Browser Access Module features an integrated HTML5 audio/video player which supports progressive playback of the archived media, even when located on cloud-based storage. The SCC Video Support Module includes an interface to Brightove video portals for real-time archival of Brightcove originated audio/video content.


SCC has successfully migrated 350,000 photos and graphics and 370,000 stories from the Winston-Salem Journal legacy Merlin archive system into the Berkshire Hathaway Media Group centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system. Winston-Salem Journal in now operating live on the BH Media group-wide SCC system.


SCC has successfully migrated South Jersey Times text archives from a legacy MediaSpan (BaseView) NewsEdit Pro archiving system into the NJ Advance Media centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC has successfully migrated 175,000 photos and graphics and 1.2 million stories from the Tri-City Herald legacy Merlin archive system into the McClatchy centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system. Tri-City Herald in now operating live on the McClatchy group-wide SCC MediaServer system.


SCC has successfully migrated text archive data from Chicago Suburban Newspapers NewsBank archiving system into the Tribune Publishing Company centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC MediaServer Express systems are now installed and operating live at McClatchy’s Hilton Head, San Luis Obispo and Charlotte properties. SCC MediaServer Express systems at each McClatchy Newspaper site are configured to automatically transmit data to a centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise system located at the company’s data center in Fort Worth, TX.

For the 13th consecutive year SCC is pleased to supply SCC MediaServer workflow and digital asset management technology to the Annual Kentucky Mountain Workshops held in Berea KY., October 21-26.


SCC has provisioned a fully hosted web-based SCC MediaServer Cloud Edition system for Prometheus Global Media. The system is operating within Amazon’s EC2 cloud infrastructure and ingests more than 1 million new digital assets per month.


The Chicago Tribune is now fully live on the Tribune Publishing Company centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system. During the installation 1,5 million photos and graphics were transferred from the Chicago Tribune legacy Merlin archiving system.


SCC has successfully migrated 800,000 photos, 35,000 graphics and 95,000 pages from the Jersey Journal legacy Merlin archive system into the NJ Advance Media centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


Digital First Media installs a centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system for the Bay Area News and Northern California Community publishing groups. The system is installed with the company’s data center located in Denver, CO.


SCC is pleased to announce that The Toronto Globe & Mail has added SCC’s News Budgeting and Assignment tracking module to their existing SCC MediaServer Enterprise system, and is now fully live with the new software.


The Memphis Commercial Appeal is now operating live on the E.W. Scripps centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system. As part of this latest Scripps site implementation SCC transferred existing archive data from a legacy TARK archiving system.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale and installation of SCC MediaServer Express systems to the News-Democrat, Belleville IL., the Tri-City Herald, Kennewick WA. and McClatchy’s Washington Bureau. SCC MediaServer Express systems at each McClatchy Newspaper site are configured to automatically transmit data to a centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise system located at the company’s data center in Fort Worth, TX.


Baltimore Sun Community Newspapers are now operating live on the Tribune Publishing Company centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of a centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system to the Berkshire Hathaway Media (BH Media) Group. The company operates 71 newspapers and other titles located in 10 states – Alabama, Florida, Iowa, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia. The SCC system is located at the company’s data center in Omaha NE.


SCC has successfully integrated the Newark Star Ledger’s existing SCC MediaServer Enterprise system with Advance Newspapers centralized Saxotech Mediaware publishing system. The SCC system acts as a live photo desk, feeding content to the Saxotech system, and in addition acts as the archival system for published content exported from the Saxotech system. During the installation SCC migrated 4.6 million stories from a legacy Thunderstone text archiving system.


The Los Angeles Times is now operating live on the Tribune Publishing Company centralized group-based SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC has successfully migrated text archives from the Centre Daily Times (State College, PA) Newsbank SAVE system into McClatchy’s group-based MediaServer Enterprise DAM system in Fort Worth, TX.


SCC has successfully migrated text archives from The State (Columbia, SC) Newsbank SAVE system into McClatchy’s group-based MediaServer Enterprise DAM system in Fort Worth, TX.


SCC has successfully migrated text archives from The Sun News (Myrtle Beach, SC) Newsbank SAVE system into McClatchy’s group-based MediaServer Enterprise DAM system in Fort Worth, TX.

For the 12th consecutive year SCC is pleased to supply SCC MediaServer workflow and digital asset management technology to the Annual Kentucky Mountain Workshops held in Owensboro KY., October 15-19.


SCC is pleased to announce the successful transfer of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram digital archives from a legacy Merlin archive system into the centralized McClatchy SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM system.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of an SCC MediaServer Enterprise system to La Opinión SA of Cúcuta Colombia, by SCC’s South American distributor, “Dalai Software.


SCC is pleased to announce the purchase of an SCC MediaServer Express system by SCC’s South American distributor, “Dalai Software” for Dalai’s new Graphic Services Division.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale and installation of an SCC MediaServer Express system at El Horizonte Multimedia SA, Monterrey, Mexico by SCC’s South American distributor, “Dalai Software.


McClatchy Newspaper Group installs an SCC MediaServer Express System at the Fort worth Star Telegram, Texas. The system will be used as a photo desk, managing both wire and staff generated photos and graphics, and providing photo and graphics workflows, up until the point of publication. Published material as well as additionally selected photos and graphics are automatically exported to the central SCC MediaServer Enterprise system, located in Fort Worth, Texas.


McClatchy Newspaper Group installs an SCC MediaServer Express System at the Raleigh News & Observer. The system will be used as a photo desk, managing both wire and staff generated photos and graphics, and providing photo and graphics workflows, up until the point of publication. Published material as well as additionally selected photos and graphics are automatically exported to the central SCC MediaServer Enterprise system, located in Fort Worth, Texas.

For the 11th consecutive year SCC is pleased to supply SCC MediaServer workflow and digital asset management technology to the Annual Kentucky Mountain Workshops held in Henderson KY., October 16-21.


McClatchy Newspaper Group installs an SCC MediaServer Express System at the Centre Daily Times. The system will be used as a photo desk, managing both wire and staff generated photos and graphics, and providing photo and graphics workflows, up until the point of publication. Published material as well as additionally selected photos and graphics are automatically exported to the central SCC MediaServer Enterprise system, located in Fort Worth, Texas.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of their SCC MediaServer Digital Asset Management system to Sunset Magazine, a Time Warner Company.


The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, Novia Scotia, installs SCC’s MediaServer Enterprise DAM system for digital media production and archive workflows. The SCC MediaServer Enterprise system installation replaces an internally developed MySQL based archiving system and included the successful migration of 450,000 photos and graphics and 1.1 million stories.

SCC is pleased to announce a MediaServer Enterprise system sale to Editora Demar, Mexico by SCC’s South American distributor, “Dalai Software”.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale and installation of an SCC MediaServer Enterprise digital asset management (DAM) system at Editorial Televisa, Santa Fe, Mexico by SCC’s South American distributor, “Dalai Software”.


Amazon subsidiary Quidsi Inc. installs an SCC MediaServer Enterprise DAM System. Quidsi owns and operates Diapers.com (baby care), Soap.com (health, beauty and household essentials),BeautyBar.com (prestige beauty), Wag.com (pet products), YoYo.com (toys) and Casa.com (Home and houseware essentials).


For the 10th consecutive year SCC is pleased to supply SCC MediaServer multimedia workflow and database management technology to the Annual Kentucky Mountain Workshops held in Somerset, KY., October 18-22.


McClatchy Newspaper Group installs SCC MediaServer Express Systems for Kansas City Star and Wichita Eagle. Each MediaServer Express system will be used as a photo desk, managing both wire and staff generated photos and graphics, and providing photo and graphics workflows, up until the point of publication. All published material as well as additionally selected photos and graphics are automatically exported to the central SCC MediaServer Enterprise system, located in Fort Worth, Texas.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of their SCC MediaServer Express Edition system to Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS), Aiken, SC.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of their SCC MediaServer Express Edition system to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Golden, CO.


SCC distributor “Dalai Software” announces a MediaServer Enterprise system sale to Diario Noroeste, Mazatlan Sinaloa, Mexico.


SCC distributor “Dalai Software” announces a MediaServer Enterprise system sale to Diario Del Istmo. The system includes SCC’s spanish language module which allows the use of spanish commands within the search query as well as providing automatic stemming of spanish language words contained in the MediaServer database.

SCC is pleased to announce an SCC MediaServer Express System sale to the TMZ celebrity news organization, a Time Warner company.


SCC is pleased to have been chosen to implement a centralized SCC MediaServer Enterprise multimedia management system for the Hearst Corporation.


SCC is pleased to have been selected as the vendor of choice to implement a central “cloud-based” SCC MediaServer Enterprise system for E. W. Scripps, providing both a centralized photo workflow system as well as a consolidated group multimedia archive for Scripps publishing properties located across eight states.


For the 9th consecutive year SCC is pleased to supply SCC MediaServer multimedia workflow and database management technology to the Annual Mountain Workshops held in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, October 19-23.


The Columbus Dispatch installs SCC’s MediaServer Enterprise DAM system for digital media production and archive workflows. The SCC MediaServer Enterprise system installation replaces existing IBM NICA and NewsBank SAVE archiving systems, and includes the successful migration of 630,000 photos and graphics, 300,000 PDF pages, 1.4 million stories and 430,000 microfilm header records.


SCC is pleased to announce their SCC MediaServer Enterprise digital asset management solution is now fully installed and operating live at 12 Fairfax sites across New Zealand, the main SCC system being located at a central Data Centre in Auckland NZ.


McClatchy Southeast Newspapers order SCC MediaServer “Express” Systems.


SCC to demonstrate a new suite of Rich Internet Applications (RIA’s) at mediaXchange 2010, Orlando FL.


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch installs SCC MediaServer Calais module for automated content enrichment.


McClatchy Newspaper Group installs SCC ObjectML module for integration with latest generation CCI NewsGate system.

SCC is pleased to announce the installation of their SCC MediaServer Budget, Assignment and Scheduling module at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.


For the 8th consecutive year SCC is pleased to supply SCC MediaServer multimedia workflow and database management technology to the Annual Mountain Workshops in Murray, Kentucky, October 1-9.


SCC selected as the vendor of choice to implement a centralized multimedia workflow and consolidated archive for seven McClatchy newspapers in the Carolinas.


SCC announces the sale of their SCC MediaServer Express Edition system to The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF), New York, NY.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of their SCC MediaServer Express Edition system to Diapers.com.


SCC is pleased to have been selected as the vendor of choice to implement a centralized and consolidated archive for Valley Publishing, a consolidation of three Advance Publications newspapers in the Michigan area.


SCC is pleased to announce that The Sacramento Bee, CA. is now fully live and operational with SCC’s budgeting and assignment workflow.

For the 7th consecutive year SCC is pleased to supply SCC MediaServer multimedia workflow and database management technology to the Annual Mountain Workshops in Mayfield, Kentucky, October 1-9.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of their SCC MediaServer Express Edition system to The Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab), Newport News, VA.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale and installation of their SCC MediaServer Express Edition system at NYC & Company, the official marketing and tourism organization for New York City.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of a second SCC MediaServer multimedia content management system to Aftenposten A/S, publishers of Norway’s second largest newspaper, for historic digitization and archive project.


SCC announces a MediaServer system sale to The Olympian, WA.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of their SCC MediaServer multimedia content management system to Toronto Star Newspapers Ltd.


The Bellingham Herald, WA installs SCC MediaServer Content Management System.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale and installation of an SCC MediaServer content management system at El Comercio of Lima, Peru by SCC’s South American distributor, “Dalai Software”.


SCC is pleased to announce the sale of their SCC MediaServer multimedia content management system to Syracuse Newspapers.