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No print firm is too illustrious to fail

There’s no doubt that for the 100 staff at Butler Tanner & Dennis, the news that its book printing business is set to close will have come as a devastating blow.

E-books' rise won't herald the printed book's demise

Book manufacturing is one of the fastest growing applications for digital printing. We estimate that book pages produced on digital systems are growing at an annual rate in excess of 20%, and we see no sign of it leveling off any time soon. But is there really a long-term future for printed books?

Digital print technology has revitalised the book sector

In the past four weeks, the cover of PrintWeek has borne witness to some serious digital investment in the book sector - last month it was CPI UK and this week MPG.

A novel appreciation of printing

Samuel Richardson (1689-1761) has been described as a founder of the modern novel. Many other critics have been similarly complimentary about a man with a serious and grave demeanour. His epistolic style of writing suggested realism at a time when fictional literature tended to be denigrated.

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