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dPAGE Set to Reinvent Online Publishing JoYS Omnimedia Launches Emerging Media Division Today.

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JoYS Omnimedia

They sit ever so idly at the top of your browser.

They clutter the web and demand attention. As such, we have begun to ignore them. Banners on vertically-scrolling web sites remain the ubiquitous format of the web. That's about to change...

A team of ten clairvoyant newcomers to the media industry (average age: 20) from Canada, the UK and Israel, headed by the 19-year Founder and President of JoYS Omnimedia, Adam Bly, is vying to reinvent the Internet landscape with their new publishing platform dubbed dPAGE(TM) - or Digital Page, to be marketed by Digital Page Media (, a new division of JoYS Omnimedia.

dPAGE(TM) is a horizontally-inclined, online magazine publishing platform that blends the comfort and aesthetically-pleasing facet of print magazines with the scalability and interactive nature of the Web. With dPAGE(TM), advertising fits into an innovative, easy-to-use interactive magazine interface that is constructed based on general human reading habits, from left to right - unlike other online magazines. "Our proprietary platform ensures that advertisements are seamlessly blended within content, are fully interactive and customized to suit what the publisher wants to impress upon their readers and what the advertiser needs to communicate to the consumer," commented Eytan Dortort from Israel, Digital Page Media's IT Manager.

This next-gen web interface is being called the "epitome of integrated marketing" by industry executives who look to dPAGE(TM) as the first initiative to merge the disparate worlds of print and the web.

JoYS - JoYS Omnimedia's flagship magazine scheduled to hit newsstands in May 2001 - is currently testing dPAGE(TM) with their pre-publication online version (now in issue 02) at "We're confident that dPAGE(TM)'s sexy and profitable framework will emerge as the ubiquitous foundation for content sites," noted Jane Aspell, the Editor-in-Chief of JoYS. Apparently, so do Nortel Networks, American Express and Oracle - the first online advertisers to experience the benefits of dPAGE(TM) with JoYS.

JoYS Omnimedia is currently discussing partnership options to develop dPAGE(TM) Authoring Software. With the burgeoning number of content sites online, dPAGE(TM) is poised to develop a considerable following.

More information and a product demo are available at Digital Page Media - a division of JoYS Omnimedia 6300 Parc Avenue Suite 200 | Montreal QC Canada H2V 4H8 T 514.271.8652 | F 514.272.6903 |
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Date:Dec 4, 2000
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