RIND Survey, in its 38th year, continues to focus on the technical aspects relating to newspaper production. In recent years, this has expanded to include developments in television, the Internet and social or new media. It has a wide canvas reporting as it does on technical developments around the world, since all of it impacts publishers and editors in India as well.

Best practices, and process innovations
Best practices with newspaper production can be described as commercial or professional procedures that are accepted as being correct or most effective. Process innovations are .... MORE >
Smart strategy + big data = smart data
For obvious reasons, news publishers have been diligently, and in some cases desperately, re-evaluating their business approach during the past decade, says Anton Jolkovski. Where .... MORE >
KBA celebrates 200th birthday in style
The festive week for the 200th anniversary of Koenig & Bauer AG in Würzburg drew to a close with more than 13000 visitors at the .... MORE >
ppi Media focuses on North American market
Markus Feldenkirchen has stepped down from his role as managing director of ppi Media GmbH in order to focus on ppi's branch in the US, .... MORE >
ppi Media acquires KnowledgeView
With the acquisition of KnowledgeView, a leading provider of publishing solutions to the Arab region, existing customers of KnowledgeView will receive excellent support services from .... MORE >
Toshiba selects PrintReleaf as national standard
Toshiba Business Solutions (TBS), Canada, has selected PrintReleaf as a standard nationwide in its Platinum services package.  Under the partnership, announced early in October, PrintReleaf .... MORE >
Time for printers to change mindset and add value
What do you think is the definition of a printer or what is the role of a printer? If your answer is just putting ink .... MORE >
Advent of process-free pre-press for UV print
With all the buzz around digital printing over the past decade or so, it’s easy to miss the fact that during that same time span .... MORE >
QIPC-EAE given confidence boost DB Corp
Over the past year, India-based printing concern D B Corp (Dainik Bhaskar Group), having dailies in three languages, has placed no fewer than five different .... MORE >
NYT continues to rely on Schur palletizers
When it was time for The New York Times to expand the palletizing area at their printing plant in New York, it was a natural .... MORE >