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The world has changed and so must we

The imminent demise of The Independent in printed form, unsurprisingly, triggered a rush of commentators to once again predict the end of printed publications.

New year predictions: Kirk Galloway, Buxton Press

As managing director of PrintWeek’s reigning Company of the Year, it’s safe to say that Kirk Galloway has been pretty happy with his 2015 lot. And it sounds like he’s planning to carry that ‘feel-good factor’ into 2016.

Print has learned the marketing lesson

At the tail end of last month PrintWeek Towers was a picture of (organised) cardboard chaos, with the atrium of St Jude’s crammed full of boxes of all descriptions in anticipation of the four judging days of the PrintWeek Awards.

Murdoch: newspapers will be gone in 20 years

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has predicted the death of the newspaper within the next 20 years, as he gave his view on the future of press regulation to the Leveson inquiry yesterday morning (26 April).

A country where print still reigns...

Digital adds another dimension, but the earning and revenue share which print advertisements still command, confirms that the future of traditional print is also bright, as Ramu Ramanathan finds out

Web will take no prisoners if the numbers don't add up

It seems that the ongoing saga of industrial action at Wyndeham Impact is set to reach a sorry conclusion. But while the conspiracy theorists have suggested Impact's demise has something to do with the level of union recognition (not to mention unrest) at the site, it seems the reality is far less cloak-and-dagger: Impact was not a financially sustainable business.

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