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New architecture and upgrades make for quicker, more efficient processing.
Newspapers restructure and refine roles to keep up with the fast-changing landscape.
Once upon an election in New York, voters would lock themselves in their polling booths, clutching the editorial page of their favorite newspaper. Then they would click away at the names suggested by those editorials. It was a heady time for editorial writers.
For the past few years, newspaper publishers have prowled their buildings, asking why, and getting some amazing answers.
Critical Thinking: Will Billionaires Buying Newspapers Save Print Journalism or Negatively Influence its Future?
J-school students and industry vets tackle the tough questions.
An editor's cheat sheet to proper trademark use.
Why it's more important than ever for media companies to invest in their mobile strategy.
Newspaper CFOs offer a glimpse into their financial outlook.
Ever since 2010, when he merged Hawaii’s two rival and heretofore struggling newspapers into one now thriving one, he has made himself and all those who work with him winners. For that, E&P selected Dennis Francis as Publisher of the Year.
North American printers are learning to improve their profitability even as top-line challenges in sales remain. Printers participating in this years’ Printing Industries of America (PIA) Ratios Survey attained average profit rates of 2.7 percent on sales—up from 1.8 percent last year. This is the highest level in the past six years, but it is still not back to the pre-recession level of 3.1 percent in 2008.
Markzware released Q2ID for InDesign Creative Cloud (CC) Mac/Win, an InDesign plugin which supports the new Adobe InDesign CC version for the Creative Cloud.
News UK (formerly News International) installed a new KODAK PROSPER S30 Imprinting System, bringing the total to 22 PROSPER S30s installed by the British newspaper publisher, a wholly owned subsidiary of News Corp.
Shoptalk: Journalism Did It To Itself—Government Now Controls What We Know