Search results for

Results 1 to 10 of about 49

Sort results by: Date | Relevance

Arctic Paper gets boost from HarperCollins' bumper Hobbit print run

Arctic Paper has shipped more than 400 tonnes of Arctic Silk 130gsm for the production of four different books from HarperCollins based on The Hobbit film trilogy.

Conversing with 'strange and marvellous voices'

One of the greatest attributes of print is its universal appeal and to highlight this, we reached out to the great and the good to ask about their favourites

Book printer Walsworth Publishing to acquire Ovid Bell Press

Though the deal has yet to be finalized, Marceline, MO-based Walsworth Publishing has tentatively agreed to buy magazine and journal printer Ovid Bell Press of Fulton, MO for an undisclosed sum.

MPG staff in consultation ahead of litho relocation

MPG Books Group is in consultation with more than 70 staff as it prepares to move its litho printing to a new facility in Cambridge.

News International's chief executive resigns

News International''s chief executive Tom Mockridge has resigned, with the Wall Street Journal managing editor tipped to become chief executive of the corporation's publishing spin-off.

Océ and Manroland team up for digital newspaper production

Océ and Manroland Web Systems have teamed up to develop a digital printing and finishing system for newspaper and book production.

Rhapsody completes pre-media job on Kylie Minogue book

Rhapsody teamed up with publisher Thames & Hudson as the pre-media partner for a 224-page book charting Kylie Minogue's 25 years in music, called Kylie/Fashion.

KBA makes progress with RotaJet quality

KBA has made "significant progress" in improving print quality on its RotaJet 76 and has added newspaper printing to the potential applications for the inkjet web press.

Prinovis hit with 10m impairment as Bertelsmann rebrands print division

Prinovis posted a massive drop in profitability in its recently-filed accounts for the year to 31 December 2011 after a "change to a significant contract" led to a 10m impairment.

African wildlife captured in motion picture Safari book

US-based Workman Publishing has produced Safari: A Photicular Book to capture the wildlife of the African Serengeti. Accompanied by commentary from author Carol Kaufmann, the 3D images appear to come to life on the page.

Latest comments