First GEOMAN e:line in operation

The Siegener Zeitung – founded in 1823 – is the first publishing house to start production with the new GEOMAN e:line. The press was designed to the individual needs and economics of the newspaper house. With numerous configurations available, the GEOMAN e:line can be upgraded and retrofitted at a later stage. This allows manroland Goss to offer its customers long-term, flexible and future-proof solutions.
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Archant shuts North Norfolk News office in newsroom closure plan

The North Norfolk News and Eastern Daily Press office in the coastal town of Cromer has closed down two months after publisher Archant revealed that it would be shutting five newsrooms.
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Fernando de Yarza elected President of WAN-IFRA

During the 71st WAN-IFRA’s annual Congress in Glasgow, Scotland, Fernando de Yarza López-Madrazo, President of Henneo in Spain, was elected President of WAN-IFRA, the World Association of News Publishers. WAN-IFRA also appointed a new President and a new Vice President of the World Editors Forum. Fourteen executives from leading news media companies were also elected to new terms on the Board of WAN-IFRA. » more

‚The only thing that will survive the revolution will be quality‘

Times editor John Witherow has said news publishers should “experiment ruthlessly” and “innovate faster” to find ways to reach new audiences and make news pay.

Axel Springer and Funke join large national ad alliance

Two ad alliances, together representing four of Germany’s largest media companies, have joined forces with the aim of countering the dominance of tech platforms. 
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Talking to experts -Visiolink turns your digital edition into a profitable business

Mr. Jens Funder Berg is CEO in Visiolink » more

Facebook launches app that will pay users for their datA

A new Facebook app will allow users to sell the company data on how they use competitors’ apps.
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Heidelberg expands cloud-based applications – acquisition of software start-up Crispy Mountain

• Software know-how accelerates transition to cloud-based solutions 
• Together with Crispy Mountain, HEI.OS to be developed into a cloud platform for the printing industry
• Heidelberg opens platform for third-party applications
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