The Sheridan Group
This webinar will focus on how publishers are using content strategy to support their event strategy and attendee recruitment.
AIP Publishing has just launched a branded eCommerce site- printorders.aip.org-to offer print copies of conference proceedings direct to consumers.
The solution is an integration of two Sheridan technologies: Sheridan Connect-a publisher-branded and direct-to-consumer eCommerce platform; and Sheridan Select-a universal print automation system that facilitates single or multiple copy print orders for journals, books, and custom compilations. Together, these technologies enable AIP Publishing to streamline and automate both the purchase and the fulfillment of printed volumes.
In the spring of 1915 in Hanover, PA, entrepreneur C. N. Myers rented a corner of the local newspaper building and invested in a letterpress in order to found a publication about breeder chickens, which he titled Everybodys Poultry Magazine. The magazine became a global favorite, and its success paved the way for other publications to be printed and distributed by the company.
The December Issue Publishing Executive featured the re-launch of the Top 20 Magazine Printers, a ranking that lists the largest printers in the U.S. and Canada by revenue. To accompany that ranking, we interviewed top printing executives to find out how the printing industry has changed and the issues they think publishers should be most mindful of in the future. Printing experts shared insights on custom publishing, automated workflows, and the importance of high-quality print content. The Q&As we published in the December issue were just snapshots, but following you'll find the full-length interview with Paul Bozuwa, president and COO of Dartmouth Printing Company at The Sheridan Group
Sheridan has introduced a new service to magazine publishers - a document storage, sharing, and collaboration solution called Sheridan CloudTM. Sheridan Cloud is a business-class solution that lets organizations share and collaborate on documents from anywhere, while allowing the publisher to maintain control of document access from one central administrative vantage point.
Publishing Executive has tapped five printing executives to share their insights on the continually evolving print industry. Leaders from The Sheridan Group, Lane Press, Publication Printers Corp., Quad/Graphics, and Freeport Press discuss the enduring importance of efficient workflows, custom printing options, and high-quality print content. These Q&As accompany the 2014 Publishing Executive Top 20 Magazine Printers, which ranks the largest printers in the U.S. and Canada
Ranking of largest magazine printers in the U.S. and Canada is based on each company's revenue earned within the magazine sector. This data was compiled by our sister publication Printing Impressions. Some notable organizations, such as RR Donnelley, choose not to disclose financial information on a per-sector basis.
Hunt Valley, MD ‐ G. Paul Bozuwa, President and Chief Operating Officer of Sheridan's Dartmouth Printing Company and Patricia A. Stricker, President and Chief Operating Officer of Sheridan's The Sheridan Press are to be inducted into the National Association for Printing Leadership's (NAPL) Soderstrom Society.
The Soderstrom Society, named for one of the founders of NAPL, the late Walter E. Soderstrom, is an honors organization that recognizes the contributions of industry leaders, including printing company owners, equipment manufacturers, educators, journalists, and consultants.
The Sheridan Technology Lab announced significant enhancements to existing features for their Full-Text Mobile App offering, as well as several proprietary new features.
Hunt Valley, MD – JNS Online, a four-title full-text app developed by Dartmouth Journal Services and the Sheridan Technology Lab, is set to launch in October 2012 in both iPhone/iPad and Android platforms.