Canada’s Budget 2019 has details on a journalism tax credit and a subsidy the government is making available to some news publishers. A tax deduction is also available to digital subscribers.
Magazine and catalog delivery network Doorfront Direct has announced that The Denver Post has launched local delivery of national monthly magazines.
As ABB undergoes a major reorganization and the power grids division is being sold to Hitachi, the head of ABB Printing is endeavoring to reassure clients that the reorganization “will have no effect on the support you get from ABB Printing.”
Nicholas Thompson, Wired magazine’s editor-in-chief, will deliver the keynote address at PRINT 19, the printing industry event slated for October 3-5 at Chicago’s McCormick Place North.
Q.I. Press Controls, the Dutch specialist in measuring and control equipment for the printing industry, has an order to again automate the manroland REGIOMAN press in Bangalore of the Times of India group. QIPC also announced new orders from Malayala Manorama and The Printers House.
The News Media Alliance has unveiled a new report for members, "What’s Next – Digital Subscriptions: Progress and Potential on the Path to Consumer-Generated Revenue." The report contains stats on how news publishers are working to drive subscriptions to their digital publications.
Cue, a publishing platform developed by CCI Europe and Escenic, recently increased its footprint in the German media landscape. In the last few months, BNN, Handelsblatt Media Group, Der Tagesspiegel, and Verlagsgruppe Ippen have all announced their upcoming implementation of Cue, according …
TheSeattle Times is launching the Investigative Journalism Fund, a community-funded initiative with the Seattle Foundation to support investigative journalism, the paper reported.
Koenig & Bauer Coding GmbH has acquired All-Print Holding. All-Print Holding is a majority shareholder in Svenska Allen and All-Print i Linköping, two specialists in marking and coding technologies.
The Salisbury Post (North Carolina) will print its paper through a partnership with BH Media Group’s facility in Winston-Salem starting April 30, according to the paper.
The Tampa Bay Times has new newspaper racks that come with 24-inch flat-screen monitors that can stream news and ads. TimesVision is going in at some 50 locations, the paper said.
The Austin American-Statesman has launched a streaming radio station, Austin360 Radio, available at austin360radio.com. Austin radio personality JB Hager will headline the new station with a daily show.
The Local Media Association has announced the ten newspapers that have been selected to participate in the Google News Initiative Digital Subscriptions Lab.
The News Organizations Safety Self-Assessment is a new resource aimed at helping news outlets to review and improve their current safety practices and protocols. The Self-Assessment consists of a brief set of key questions and guideline notes that should prompt a conversation around best saf…
A recent and deadly explosion at Jiangsu Tianjiayi Chemical in China is severely impacting the global raw material supply chain, including materials used in publication and UV printing inks, according to Flint Group.
Demolition of former Times-Picayune building in New Orleans started the first week of April, the paper reported. A $29 million Drive Shack golf and entertainment attraction will go in its place.
Gannett Co. sent a letter April 8 to its shareholders urging that they say no to a hedge fund-owned company's effort to take over its board, USA Today reported.
Western Communications is selling its newspapers, The Union Democrat (Sonora, California) reports. The company, based in Bend, Oregon, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy earlier this year.
The Financial Times April 1 reached a record paying readership of one million, an all-time high, according to the Financial Times. The milestone was a key strategic goal for the organization and came a year ahead of schedule, the FT says. Operating profits and revenues grew last year, the FT says.
The Mobridge Tribune, Potter County News in Gettysburg, the West River Eagle in Eagle Butte and Monday Reminder shopper have been sold to independent publisher J. Louis Mullen of Buffalo, Wyoming. Mullen bought the newspapers from long-time owners Larry and Roberta Atkinson of Mobridge.
The Findlay Publishing Company (Ohio) will implement software developer Presteligence’s My News 360 Platform for their editorial system, website, e-edition, and mobile apps, a Presteligence news release said.
News Hub Media, a software developer for design production automation and digital asset management systems, announced that Organizacion Editorial Mexicana has chosen Claro for its print and web image-processing workflows.
MNG Enterprises has offered staff in its 11-paper Southern Newspaper Group voluntary buyouts, according to The New York Post. Reporters are excluded from the offer, the paper reports. Papers involved include the Orange County Register and the Los Angeles Daily News. The deadline to apply for…
SC Editura Paralela 45, a book printer and publishing house in Pitesti, Romania, has ordered a 22-3/4” cut-off four unit Goss SSC Community Press from imPRESSions Worldwide. The press will be delivered in “ready-to-run” condition including new rubber rollers with two mono units, two stacked …
The Arizona Republic will take over the printing of Tucson’s Arizona Daily Star in an agreement with Republic owner Gannett, The Republic reported. The printing will happen at a Republicplant located in Phoenix beginning May 21. The papers will travel by truck down to Tucson.