Prime Time Newspapers Partners with to Power Online Classifieds Sites for Four Publications

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St. Joseph, MO, August 18, 2005 -, which creates technologies that enhance print and online publications, announced it has signed a 2-year agreement with Prime Time Newspapers, which publishes 13 newspapers and magazines in and around San Antonio, TX., which creates technologies that enhance print and online publications, announced it has signed a 2-year agreement with Prime Time Newspapers, which publishes 13 newspapers and magazines in and around San Antonio, TX.

Under the agreement, four of Prime Time Newspapers’ publications will implement’s web-based solutions on their websites. The San Antonio Herald News, the Southside Reporter, the Recorder Bargain Book and the Prime Time Military Newspapers will each launch powerful new interactive classifieds sites. These new local online classifieds centers will be composed of career, automotive, real estate, and merchandise ads generated by site visitors or advertisers of Prime Time Newspapers. These sites will provide an online employment source for finding better local candidates and jobs, as well as a forum for area buyers and sellers to speed the transaction process.

Gregg Rosenfield, COO of Prime Time Newspapers, Inc., noted a need for publications to embrace the internet as an enormous opportunity. “We realized the future is now,” Rosenfield explains. “We saw our classifieds slipping away and had to look for a better alternative. Classifieds2GO was recommended by a classifieds consultant.”

“ is focused on keeping the ‘community’ in community newspapers,” said Jay Dee Shores, President and CEO of “This partnership with Prime Time will bring readers, advertisers and employers closer together through fast and friendly technologies. Whether someone is looking for a job, a car or a home around the corner or across the nation, these sites will encourage commerce and keep the focus on the local market.”

Upon the site’s launch, local job seekers will be able to search for jobs, post their resume online, and apply with potential employers, all at no charge. Similarly, anyone shopping for a home, a car, or general merchandise will enjoy searching ads complete with photos and composing their own “wishlists,” a collection of all the features they’re looking for.

Anyone hoping to sell their goods, their vehicle, their home, or make a new hire will benefit from these new online tools. Sellers and employers will be empowered to create classified ads, place them online or in print in any of the participating Prime Time Newspapers, search resumes, and track the entire process. Secure logins and credit card transactions will enable them to take advantage of these tools from anywhere, at any time, with or without the assistance of Prime Time’s staff.

Both and Prime Time Newspapers are confident that this partnership will benefit the community’s readers, advertisers, and publications themselves. According to Rosenfield, “we have the opportunity to reach a new audience and position our company to keep pace with trends, technology and buying habits.”

About is dedicated to building relationships and revenue in local print and electronic media. We bridge the gap between online and print classifieds by equipping our partner publications with powerful online tools with more to offer than those used by national job boards and retail sites. Our partners do more than just create new streams of revenue -- they also bring clients and consumers closer together. Employers and job seekers; advertisers and consumers; buyers and sellers. All of them meet locally on our partners’ websites and publications.

Our web-based classified software seamlessly integrates with any website, enabling our partners to increase the power of their brand and their publication. is the only entirely web-based classified system available. For more information about’s products and services, call them toll-free at 1-866-671-1801 or visit their Website at

About Prime Time Newspapers: Established in 1958, the Herald is delivered to homes in the 12 cities and communities surrounding Randolph Air Force Base known as the Metrocom. As the dominant newspaper in the northeast quadrant of Bexar County, it remains the only comprehensive source of news for this rapidly growing area. The Herald serves the unique readership needs of 12 communities in northeast Bexar County, as well as parts of Guadalupe and Comal counties.

The Southside Reporter has served the southern half of San Antonio since 1935. As the dominant newspaper on the South Side, it delivers the largest predominantly Hispanic market in San Antonio. The Southside Reporter is a San Antonio institution. For more than 70 years this rock-solid community newspaper has been serving the information needs of a diverse readership that spans the West, South and East sides of the city. The Southside Reporter not only covers our diverse community, it is also a part of San Antonio history.

The Recorder Bargain Book is much more than San Antonio’s best shopper publication. The Recorder Bargain Book has features that entertain and amuse. The editorial informs readers on how to get the most out of every dollar. Home of the “Free Classified Ad,” the Recorder Bargain Book provides its readers with a marketplace that contains the most complete classifieds and service guide. More readers means more results! So take advantage of our readers that “read to buy.”

The only authorized way to reach the military market on base or post is with Prime Time’s military newspapers, pursuant to exclusive U.S. Department of Defense contracts between the government and Prime Time. The military newspapers reach more than 150,000 readers every week.


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