MediaSpan, a provider of pre-press software and Internet programs for newspapers and radio stations, will be rolling out some new products at NEXPO 2002 in Orlando, FL June 22-26.

Company officials are touting CirculationPro 3.0, a browser-based client compatible with most computers that allows companies to host multiple publications from one location, among other tools, according to a statement released by MediaSpan.

Among other products include “Baseview Internet Technology Services,” a Web-hosting service that allows a newspaper or radio station’s Web site to become a community hub by hosting classified ads, fantasy sports games, and banner ads, among other features.

The privately-held MediaSpan is backed by a group of investors that includes Southeast Interactive Technology Funds, Rustic Canyon Group and Covestco-Seteura, among others. The company also has offices in Ann Arbor, MI and Melbourne, FL.

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