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BPIF uses BBD&PAs to hail the renaissance of books

BPIF chief executive Charles Jarrold used last week’s 2015 British Book Design & Production Awards (BBD&PA), which generated a record number of entries, to highlight the resurgence of the printed book.

Pagefast installs Horizon SPF/FC-200L bookletmaker

Commercial printer Pagefast Print & Publishing has bought a Horizon SPF/FC-200L bookletmaker to futureproof its business.

Unitedprint targeting UK growth with new products and services

German web-to-print company Unitedprint, which runs online print brand Print24, is eyeing a further boost to its UK sales after launching more than 100 new products this summer.

Expat Franks targets UK publishers with Aussie production offering

Former Emap group production director Andy Franks is targeting his magazine management service at UK publishers keen to have print titles on sale in Australasia in a timely fashion.

Q&A: John B Easson, owner and entire staff, The Quarto Press

John started drawing lettering at school and took up printing as a student in 1963 while studying physics. He lectured on printing technology for 20 years and ran The Quarto Press, printing and publishing poetry booklets and doing charity work throughout.

Berforts book arm falls into administration

Berforts Information Press (BIP), one of the last dedicated colour book printers in the UK, has been placed in administration.

TVGuide.co.uk hails successful print launch

TV magazine, the spin-off ‘freemium’ print magazine of website TVGuide.co.uk, has reported a successful first few months, as it adapts its online content to suit the print title’s city commuter-focused demographic.

ABCs don’t reveal the whole story

The recent release of the ABC figures for net circulation of magazines between January and June 2015 showed the usual continuing falling circulation figures across the board, yet publishers and analysts remain generally upbeat about the state of the magazine industry.

Q&A: Derek Knoll Chairman, Hastings Printing Co

Derek is 83 and has been in the trade since he was 14, a whopping 69 years – beat that! He still goes into the office twice a week and likes to keep up with advances within the trade.

Printing error blamed for missing text in Go Set a Watchman books

A printing error has been blamed for missing text in a number of copies of one of this century’s most hotly anticipated books.

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