After cutting print days, the locally owned Berkshire Eagle buys a new printing press


Ten months after reducing the number of days it appears in print, The Berkshire Eagle is upgrading its printing capabilities. According to a message from Eagle president Fred Rutberg, the paper, based in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, is in the process of acquiring a nine-year-old Goss Magnum press that will make it possible to print in color on every page.

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