Building the New Business Model: Printing and Paper 2012

The digital transformation of publishing—kicked into high gear by devices like the iPad, the Kindle, and the Nook—is one of the top business stories of the turn of the millennium. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2012-10-26 00:00:00 UTC ]
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The Age of Digital Printing: Printing and Paper 2012

Digital print production has long been heralded for its ability to offer publishers the capability to economically produce books as needed and in smaller quantities than traditional offset printing. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

[ Publishers Weekly | 2012-10-26 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Life After Print: How 3 Magazines Are Navigating Their New Business Models

As consumers and advertisers continue to shift their attention to digital media platforms, traditional print publishers are increasingly coming to the difficult decision that their future doesn’t include a print publication at all—or at least not one with a regular frequency. In the last month... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Paris and the Machine: Now Printing a New Business Model

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Indie Booksellers Tweak Business Models to Make Most of Hearty Print Sales

With the resurgence of print formats, indie booksellers are testing new business models, scouting new locations, and starting mini-chains. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The Optimal Production Model for Today—and Tomorrow: Digital Printing in 2012

High-speed inkjet printing has been described as the biggest development in book publishing in the past 50 years. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

[ Publishers Weekly | 2012-10-29 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Printing in Hong Kong & China 2017: Retooling the Hong Kong and China Print Business

It has come to this: fast turnaround, great pricing, and best quality—the propositions defining the modern print manufacturing industry—are no longer enough to attract publishers. In fact, suppliers offering just those basics are considered average, run-of-the-mill players. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Find Cost Efficiency Adapting Printing To Today's Realities: Digital Printing in 2012

The book publishing industry is dealing with two conflicting trends at the moment: the number of individual titles produced continues to rise while the number of print units sold continues to fall. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Denver's BookBar Switches Up Business Model

Denver's BookBar bookstore is marking its seventh anniversary by changing its business model to provide services beyond retail, such as a literary imprint, BookBar Press, and a writers-in-residence program. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Aging Media Network Serves Senior Care Professionals, But Its Business Model Is Young at Heart

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How Hearst is building an ‘experiences’ business

Aimed at growing consumer revenue, Hearst's new experiential division will work to build deeper relationships with readers by creating events that enthusiasts will be tempted to pay for. The post How Hearst is building an ‘experiences’ business appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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The Miami Herald is Replacing Saturday Print Edition with Expanded Friday, Sunday Papers

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What Would Media Companies Look Like If Sales Leaders Reinvented The Business Model?

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New York's BISG explores 'new normal' of printing and paper problems

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BISG Annual Meeting Examines Paper and Printing Challenges

The BISG annual meeting, held April 26 at the Harvard Club in New York City, opened with a panel focused on the challenge of meeting demands for paper and printing after a year of dramatic declines in paper capacity in 2018. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Bertelsmann 'realigns' printing business, will close Nuremberg site

Bertelsmann plans to close its Nuremberg printing site by April 2021, and has begun immediate talks with employee representatives, with around 670 permanent staffers and 250 contract workers affected. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Bloomsbury Business lands Springer guide to building a female brand

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Reality Check: Symbolism and Nostalgia Are Not Business Models

Apologies for what follows. You’ve caught me staring in the face of the devil. That’s one of the things I’m staring at. The other is a big stack of New Yorkers. Unthumbed-through. It’s 15 issues deep. Not for the reason we all sometimes have magazines piled up. It’s not that I’ve squandered time... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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This Big Facebook Critic Fears Tech’s Business Model

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Reading the small print: rural papers defy the odds in a sea of job losses

While large publishers are cutting staff and coverage, some regional independents are thrivingSince 1869, the Herald and Weekly Times has been the paper that regional Australia has turned to. But in the last two weeks, the paper run by News Corp out of the Melbourne office has cut four... Continue reading at The Guardian

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