DeAgostini website for the tv channel SUPERTV! conceived, developed and live in only 3 weeks

Thanks to Magnolia ease of use and the flexibility of Tinext team, the new website for the kid TV channel SuperTV! was online in only 3 weeks, on time for the online adv campaign promoting the OneDirection concert.

Customer
DeAgostini Digital
Goal
CMS implementation and integrations
Technology
Magnolia CMS
Year
2014
A CMS to support the TV channel

Tinext realized for DeAgostini the new internet website of the TV Channel Super!
The objective was to provide tv viewers a way to brows tv shows, news, and tv guide and to provide a platform that allows to develop marketing activities promoted thorugh the tv channel.  
 

 

Online on time for the OneDirection

The project has been carried out by Tinext in only 3 weeks, allowing the site to be live right before the starting of the OneDirection concert promotional campaign.

Integration of IntenseDebate as commenting tool

Among the features of this site, along with a complex responsive front-end, the webstite has been integrated with an external platform for commenting (IntenseDebate). 

The project included also an extensive customization of the Magnolia Form Builder module, allowing the editors to create quiz directly from within the CMS backend.

Application management support

Thanks to Tinext experience in managing Magnolia installations, the Client has been able to rely on the advices of the experienced project team through the infrastructure setup and deployment phases.

More information

Contact Tinext to receive more information in regards to this project or to receive an offer.

MORE INFORMATION
Strengths
  • Online in only 3-weeks time
  • Integration with IntenseDebate commenting system
  • Magnolia Form Builder module extension
Numeri
400K daily pageviews
13min avg time/visit
3 weeks of development
2 integrations
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