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11/12/2017

Print distribution of the Globe and Mail coming to an end in Atlantic provinces

Starting this winter, print editions of the Globe and Mail will no longer be available in any of the Atlantic provinces. » more

Online video ad spend grows by 46% in a year to overtake banner ads for first time

Advertisers spent a record £14m more on video ads than banner ads for the first time this year, as video advertising grew by 46% to become the fastest-growing ad format in the industry, according to the latest Digital Adspend report by the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) UK and PwC. » more

Oppermann Replaces Two SLS3000 Lines by a ProLiner

Oppermann Druck und Verlag GmbH & Co. KG is replacing the two SLS3000 lines that have been in operation at its mailroom in the town of Rodenberg in northern Germany since 2006 by a new ProLiner inserting system, enabling it to process some 1.25 billion inserts a year more cost-effectively.

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Schibsted adjusts organization to strengthen local execution and global scale

Schibsted presents a new organizational setup with two operational divisions, named “Marketplaces” and “Media”. 

Krause at World Publishing Expo 2017

Krause‘s motto at the WPE in Berlin is: „The future of CTP in Newspaper Platemaking – “Stream and Clean!”
Krause CTP platesetter and processors operate reliably and automatically in the daily newspaper production worldwide since a lot of years.
At the WPE Krause takes the topic platemaking automation in operation and maintenance of the systems to the next level.
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Talking to experts - CCI Europe meets International Media

Talking to Signe Damgaard Jepsen, Communications Manager CCI Europe » more

Advanced Global Newspaper Marketing

More than three-quarters of the global classified marketplace formerly dominated by print has moved to the digital media, according to an ambitious new study from a consulting firm.  » more

Méthode deploys advanced security features

Compliance with highly stringent specifications in areas such as finance and the public sector has driven the development of new security options for EidosMedia’s digital content management platform. » more
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