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“We aren’t editing stories the way we used to. Tansa has given us the ability to streamline the workflow; we don’t have to triple-check anymore,”
Living languages are constantly changing and our dictionaries are developing based on usage and statistics. Our in-house language experts work directly with customers to determine what new words or changes in style and usage are taking place in the world. This allows us to provide our clients with regular updates to their base language dictionaries.
Tansa partners with leading reference providers:
- The Associated Press Stylebook
- Canadian Oxford Dictionary
- The Canadian Press Stylebook and Caps & Spelling reference
- Norsk Telegrambyrå (Norwegian News Agency)
- Nynorsk Pressekontor
- Det norske Samlaget
- TT Nyhetsbyrån (The Swedish News Agency)
- Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 5th Edition
- Nederlandse Taalunie
A Tansa customer may elect to add one of these organizations’ spelling preferences and style rules to their own Tansa solution.
Style guide partners
Updated regularly since its initial publication in 1953, the AP Stylebook is a must-have reference for writers, editors, students and professionals. It provides fundamental guidelines for spelling, language, punctuation, usage and journalistic style.
The Canadian Press Stylebook is the most up-to-date and extensive style and writing guide available for journalists in Canada. Tansa’s integration includes the complete writing, editing and spelling guidelines from the current editions of the Stylebook and Caps and Spelling.