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Saxo Training How to publish an article The Power Point Presentation What are we going to learn? Most likely by attending class and reviewing this presentation a few times you should be able to: Create a new article Add a photo and factbox Add keywords and themes

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saxo training how to publish an article

Saxo TrainingHow to publish an article

The Power Point Presentation

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What are we going to learn? Most likely by attending class and reviewing this presentation a few times you should be able to:

  • Create a new article
  • Add a photo and factbox
  • Add keywords and themes
  • Determine where on the Web site a story appears
  • Edit/update a current story on the site
  • Re-order stories appearing on the front page
  • Re-cache the frontpage to update it with newly published articles
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Saxo Basics:

  • All stories appearing on the Web site are edited and published through Saxo Online.
  • Stories are passed to the web by two different methods: via ATS when stories are typeset at night; and manually by producers, editors and other staff during the day.
  • The appearance of stories on the Web is dictated by three primary factors: category(Local/Regional, Sports); priority (1,2,3) keyword (Nashua, Hollis, Crime) and theme (juliaearl, vote2006.)
  • Many of these fields are imported automatically from ATS overnight, but it is necessary to enter them manually when creating a new story manually during the day.
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Cat = AV Room

KW: frontvideo

Priority = 1

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Cat = Local/Regional

Priority = 3 - 10

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Cat = Opinion02

Priority = 1-5

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Login

http://nsedit.us.publicus.com/apps/pbcs.dll/red

  • Your default login/password will be your email user name e.g: dkiesow
  • You may change your password later if you wish
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Home

  • The homepage contains:
  • A menu for all administrative functions
  • A list of recent stories you have edited
  • Contact info for the Saxo helpdesk for emergencies
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Story List

  • Click on storylist to see published and unpublished articles
  • You can sort or filter the list by date, date range, category or keywords
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Story List

  • The orange bar indicates someone else is editing the article – you can still access/edit after acknowledging the warning notice.
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New Story

  • Click on new story to start
  • Always check the pub date and change it to today’s date in most cases.
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New Story

  • The main editing screen also controls the publication of photos & factboxes within the article
  • Check those now if you intend to have either item in the article, or want have a photo to appear on the frontpage
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New Story

  • Category and priority are the last steps on this page
  • For breaking news – these will almost always be Local/Regional and 1
  • On busy news days – use your judgment to determine where new or breaking stories should appear on the page.
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Edit

  • Click on the edit tab
  • We will primarily be using the Title, Summary, Byline, Tagline and Paragraph(1) fields
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Edit

  • Title = Headline
  • Byline = staff or other credit (same as in print)
  • Tagline = contact information (same as in print)
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Edit

  • Summary = The promo text that appears on the frontpage
  • If you do not use the summary field, Saxo will pull the first paragraph from the body of the story – which is often fine.
  • Use summary when you want “breaking news” or other messaging in the text promo on front.
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Edit

  • Paragraph(1) = the main body of the article.
  • If you want to use subheads, or plan to embed multiple photos or factboxes in the article – then spread the story out over multiple paragraph fields: paragraph(2), paragraph(3) etc.
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Fact Box

  • Main facts is used typically for links to related assets such as PDFs, external videos or information such as event schedules etc.
  • It is helpful to know some basic HTML to use the factboxes <a href=“abc.com”>abc.com</a> or <b>bold</b> etc.
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Photos

  • Click on the photo icon button to add/edit a photo
  • In the edit window, browse on your local computer, or a server (Q:localhold) to locate the image.
  • Click on use IPTC to import the raw caption
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Photos

  • Find the image
  • Click on open to begin the upload
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Photos

  • A preview should appear
  • Click on save to complete the upload
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Photos

  • If there was a caption in the original file, it should appear
  • You will need to copy/paste the photographer’s name into the Photo credit field Staff Photo by Don Himsel is the style
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Keyword & Theme

  • Click on the keywords tab
  • We will always use keywords, and frequently use themes to dictate where stories appear on the site.
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Keyword & Theme

  • Keywords can be added via the dropdown menu or by free text typing. Town names are the most frequently used keywords.
  • Themes are used less frequently, but are useful for long-running coverage issues – such as juliaearl
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Close

  • Click on Save & Close when you are finished.
  • This will publish/republish the story and return you to the current storylist
  • You can also hit Save at anytime during the publishing process to assure you do not lose any work as you go.
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Recache

  • A small window should appear indicating the story has been cached (published)
  • Bookmark these two links – and open each after publishing content that will appear on the frontpage:

http://nsedit.us.publicus.com/apps/pbcs.dll/frontpage?nocache=1

http://nsedit.us.publicus.com/apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=homepage&nocache=1

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More help

  • This presentation is available as a movie with audio narration: http://media.nashuatelegraph.com/train/saxo_tutorial.mov
  • A one-page handout tutorial is available at: http://media.nashuatelegraph.com/train/saxo-publish.pdf
  • This exact presentation is available as a PDF at:
  • http://media.nashuatelegraph.com/train/saxo-ppt.pdf
  • Or if you prefer PowerPoint:

http://media.nashuatelegraph.com/train/saxo-train.ppt

  • Ask one of the online producers
  • Jon is our other current Newsroom expert
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Advanced topics for later discussion:

  • Creating related links in stories
  • Publishing the multimedia promo on front
  • Embedding multimedia in stories
  • Using multiedit to apply kw/themes to multiple stories at once
  • Recaching any page/article as needed.
  • Recaching articles that give this error: Error: Invalid story key(NS,20061204,SPORTS,212040351,AR)