Snapbridge Software unveiled FDX Cross Media Server, a multi-platform application family to improve workflow between writers, editors and production groups and reduce and complexity of archiving and repurposing newspaper and magazine content. FDX Cross Media Server integrates disparate data sources and different content formats to simplify and accelerate information assembly and delivery across multiple channels, including print, broadcast, web and wireless. FDX Cross Media Server employs Federated Data eXchange (FDX) technology, which leverages XML and Java. FDX Cross Media Server uses a browser-based interface and allows typical desktop applications to seamlessly link different types of content – text, images, PDF, and native support for XML formats including Adobe’s XMP, DocBook and NITF. FDX Search and Archive Engine, the first available product in the family, provides a central repository for creating and archiving editorial content. The browser-based system lets unlimited users from any publishing group easily access and work with content and images from otherwise incompatible systems, applications and formats used to publish various newspapers and magazines. The repository supports WebDAV, and full-text Boolean searches with advanced filtering.