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Picture imperfect
Dickon Ross’s publishing world

Picture imperfect

Now that we know the moving truth of the Princess of Wales’s cancer treatment, what does a manipulated family photograph matter?, asks Dickon Ross.

By Dickon Ross  |  05/04/2024

Video: how publishers can embrace the small screen
FEATURE

Video: how publishers can embrace the small screen

The huge amount of video people watch on their smartphones is changing the publishing landscape. Immediate Media’s video output has grown 1,000% over the past year. Paul Doyle explains why.

By Paul Doyle  |  05/04/2024

CMA clears way for News UK & DMG print venture
News

CMA clears way for News UK & DMG print venture

The UK Competition and Markets Authority has cleared the proposed combination of News UK and DMG’s printing operations.

21/03/2024

Kate ain’t people
COLUMN

Kate ain’t people

The Kate picture saga continues to generate comment – James Evelegh finds parallels in a movie classic.

By James Evelegh  |  21/03/2024

InPublishing partners with eMagazines for its digital editions
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InPublishing partners with eMagazines for its digital editions

InPublishing has announced that its new digital partner is eMagazines.

12/03/2024

Time to rethink your Digital Edition
FEATURE

Time to rethink your Digital Edition

If your digital edition is not delivering a compelling user experience, says eMagazines’ Blake Pollard, you need to think again.

By Blake Pollard  |  28/02/2024

Navigating the Digital Horizon: Two Solutions in Publishing Technology
FEATURE

Navigating the Digital Horizon: Two Solutions in Publishing Technology

PressReader’s Ana Cervantes highlights two technologies that are helping publishers improve their digital performance.

By Ana Cervantes  |  28/02/2024

The New York Times chooses Roularta Printing
News

The New York Times chooses Roularta Printing

The New York Times has chosen Roularta Printing to print its monthly lifestyle supplement, T Magazine - International Edition.

23/02/2024

NYT redesigns byline pages
News

NYT redesigns byline pages

The New York Times last week announced it is introducing a new format to its byline pages.

05/02/2024

Warners begins installation of new press
News

Warners begins installation of new press

Warners Midlands have purchased a Man Roland Elite R710P 10-unit sheetfed press and installation has begun.

12/01/2024

AI: is it above the law?
Dickon Ross’s publishing world

AI: is it above the law?

Copyright, usually the more straightforward and boring side of media law, gets more interesting and complex for publishers in the age of AI, says Dickon Ross.

By Dickon Ross  |  02/12/2023

How to improve your print performance
Supplier Profile – Roularta Printing

How to improve your print performance

With rising costs, tighter margins & increased competition, publishers need to ensure their print products deliver exceptional performance. Quality & commitment to net-zero, underpinned by robust business continuity measures, are what's needed.

By James Evelegh  |  02/12/2023

Bauer Media partners with Love Paper
News

Bauer Media partners with Love Paper

Bauer Media has announced it is now using the Love Paper logo to highlight the sustainability of its printed magazines.

29/11/2023

Print choices: 5 minutes with… Michelle Pearce
Q&A

Print choices: 5 minutes with… Michelle Pearce

Where you print your magazine, when you print it and what you print it on, are all fundamental choices publishers face. We ask Bishops Printers’ Michelle Pearce for her advice…

By Michelle Pearce  |  23/11/2023

Online picture quality: 5 minutes with… John de Jong
Q&A

Online picture quality: 5 minutes with… John de Jong

When it comes to image quality, publishers tend to put much more effort into pictures that appear in print than those that appear online. This, says Pixometry's John de Jong, is a mistake and one that can be easily avoided.

By John de Jong  |  26/10/2023

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