Monday, January 14, 2008

'Indy Star' Computer's 'Massive Failure' Keeps Some News From Paper

Because of what is being called a "massive computer problem" at The Indianapolis Star over the weekend, no Saturday breaking news or Saturday sports coverage was in the Sunday edition, according to the paper, which described the problem as a computer "storage issue."

The glitch resulted in numerous pages worth of news and advertising planned for the Sunday paper being left out and replaced by other content, said Managing Editor Pam Fine. She said the problem occurred after the paper's CCI Publishing System went down and content placed in it was not accessible. [Click for More]

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