ROCHESTER, N.Y., June 10 - Today Kodak continues to exceed industry standards in digital color print with the introduction of the KODAK PROSPER 6000 Presses. With new innovations in transport, drying and writing systems, combined with advanced press management technology, the PROSPER 6000 Presses are a completely new product offering that deliver high levels of reliability, print speed and application flexibility. These enhancements will empower customers in the book, commercial print and newspaper businesses-as well as print service providers of data‐driven print applications such as direct mail and transaction-with tools for success.
The Advisory Board of the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS) Graphic Communications Management and Technology (GCMT) graduate program has selected Charles Townsend, chief executive officer of Condé Nast, as the recipient of the 2014 Prism Award. Presented annually, the Prism Award recognizes distinguished leadership in the graphic communications media industry.
The Board of Directors of Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE: KODK) has elected Jeffrey J. Clarke as Chief Executive Officer and a member of its Board of Directors.
Charlottesville, VA (July 24, 2013)-INTERQUEST, a leading market and technology research and consulting firm serving the digital printing and publishing industry, today announced that the 2013 Digital Printing in Publishing Forum will be held on September 23 and 24 at the Marriott Marquis New York in conjunction with the Publishing Business Conference & Expo (www.publishingbusiness.com), produced byBook Business magazine (www.bookbusinessmag.com) and Publishing Executive magazine (www.pubexec.com).
RDA Holding Co., publisher of the 91-year-old Reader's Digest magazine, has filed for bankruptcy protection to cut $465 million in debt and focus on North American operations as consumers shift from print to electronic media.
The company is the latest in a line of iconic businesses to have recently sought court protection from creditors, after Hostess Brands Inc., maker of Twinkies and Wonder Bread, and Eastman Kodak Co., inventor of Kodachrome and the Instamatic camera. It's also the latest sign of struggle for traditional media companies that were once unstoppable juggernauts. Time Inc., most recently
For decades, the multi-billion dollar market for legal research has been a cozy club for two. But now financial giant Bloomberg has fully powered up Bloomberg Law, a rival that could at last disrupt the status quo.
For Bloomberg, the new legal product is an expensive test of the company’s ability to find a major revenue stream outside its core financial business. But it also raises the question of how a stodgy industry is responding to sweeping changes that makes it easier for Americans to look up the law.
Bloomberg’s big bet
The Print Council has announced that the Unisource Worldwide Matching Challenge Grant has resulted in $100,000 of new financial support from the industry
The Advisory Board of New York University’s Graphic Communications Management and Technology Program named Thomas J. Quinlan III the winner of the 2011 Prism Award.
For more than a decade, magazine publishers have strived to adopt soft proofing. “Our customers … have come to recognize the efficiencies and savings [that] monitor proofing can add …,” notes Dr. Carol Werlé, CEO of Dalim Software, Germany. “They want to eliminate hard-copy proofs, which are expensive to make, time-consuming to review, and cumbersome to track and handle in an automated workflow.” Soft proofing also enables stakeholders in multiple locations to review proofs simultaneously in real-time. And most soft-proofing systems include methods for tracking the proof along with comments and revisions made to the file. Even initial concerns about soft proofs being