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Amar Ujala upgrades its pre-press with Kodak Trendsettter

Amar Ujala Publications, the publisher of one of the leading Hindi daily, Amar Ujala, upgraded its pre-press with Kodak plate setters.

New Delhi to host the first ever WAN-IFRA - SND conference and workshop on news design in South Asia

WAN-IFRA and the Society for News Design (SND) have joined hands to organise the first-ever News Design conference in South Asia. The event will be held at New Delhi from 23-24 January, 2012.

TOI adds four four-high towers to boost its printing capacity

Bennett & Coleman, publisher of the English daily newspaper, Times of India recently added four four-high towers to its existing Regioman web offset press at its printing plant in Bengaluru to increase its printing capacity.

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

Huge untapped market for print in India, is the chorus at Wan-Ifra

The three-day Wan-Ifra 2011 Conference & Expo kicked off on 6 September 2011 at Chennai Trade Centre with 500 delegates comprising the who's who of the newspaper publishing.

PrintWeek India Awards Night recognises best-in-quality and performance printers across print segments

On 25 August, team PrintWeek India had its big night of the year with the third PrintWeek India Awards honouring more than 20 Indian printers.

Jagran installs five-colour Cityline Express towers at its Mid Day plant in Navi Mumbai

Jagran Prakashan has commissioned a new Manugraph Cityline Express at Mid Day's (acquired by Jagran Prakashan) plant at Rabale in Navi Mumbai.

"Print still commands about 46% of the overall advertisement pie," says Magdoom Mohamed of Wan Ifra in conversation with Sriram Selvam

Wan-Ifra India 2011 Conference & Expo held from 6 to 8 September in Chennai will focus on newspaper printing and publishing in India and South Asia. The three-day expo and conference will be held at the Chennai Trade and Convention Centre

Online update of the PrintWeek India Awards Night: The countdown begins

Category by category, performance by performance, who will be the PrintWeek India Company of the Year

Newspaper printer of the Year 2011: Divya Bhaskar (DB Corporation)

This is the third PrintWeek India Award trophy for Divya Bhaskar in as many editions. In the first two years, this regional daily was selected by the jury for its excellent design, layout and print quality. This year it went a step ahead by producing 3-D newspapers and newspapers with fragrance.

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