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Layflat.com launches all-in-one book block system

Layflat.com has launched a new fully automatic book block system consisting of an in-line press and in-line soft cover module.

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Celloglas slimes up glow-in-the-dark Ghostbusters cover

At around 70,000 copies sold per issue, Empire magazine is proof that the sector is far from moribund. However, it did want its March 2024 issue to be a bit more dead – or rather, undead.

Reliving the colours of an earlier world

It’s easy to think of the past in black and white. The family photographs, movies, books and magazines we see from 100 years ago or older, are resolutely monochrome. We know that people of the times...

Photographer takes a punt with Cambridge book

Martin Bond has been taking a photo of Cambridge – its people, buildings and animals – every day for the past 13 years.

Charity proves Contagious for Winchester College

Sent to thousands of homes in 45 countries, Winchester College’s Wykeham Journal is a vital part of the college’s charitable fundraising.

City A.M. "a local paper at the heart of the financial universe"

City A.M. mulls sale

A ‘for sale’ sign has been hoisted over London business freesheet City A.M. as the company looks to its “next chapter”.

ClimateCalc will help clients reach Paris Climate Agreement targets

CPI plans new climate reporting tool for clients

CPI Group has teamed with ClimateCalc as the book printing specialist steps up emissions tracking and client reporting across its operations.

Some of Mediahuis' brands across the island of Ireland

Mediahuis CEO: daily papers set to disappear

The CEO of newspaper group Mediahuis has predicted that daily printed newspapers are set to disappear “all over Europe” within the next decade.

Print newspapers reach an estimated 22 million consumers monthly in the UK

PAMCo results reveal print’s strong position in media market

Print has shown a robust defence of its position in today’s media market, according to the Published Audience Measurement Company (PAMCo)’s fifth edition of its market survey.

Sam Evans hopes to republish the book to support a local hospice. Image: Border Counties Advertizer

Oswestry history book tries for charity reprint

The editor of a book resurrected in a charity reprint in 2017 is attempting another run, after finding local demand.