Innovations vital for print to sustain survival

Despite the total downfall expectation printed newspapers nowadays seem to have found light on the other end of the tunnel. The industry is quite alive and kicking phenomenally in a better shape in India. However, challenges still linger…

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The Scottish Sun introducing three new radio stations

The Scottish Sun has revealed its plan to make a venture into radio in partnership with Wireless Group in 2018 with three new digital stations each tailored to unique audiences. News Scotland has previously worked with Wireless Group in…

Controlling stake of Rolling Stone magazine up for sale

So far, after ruling for over a half century propelling itself into realm of rock stars and celebrities who graced on covers, Rolling Stone magazine is now in trouble water due to some financial crises and its fame or journalistic…

The Washington Post’s new app Arc begins in Toronto

The Washington Post has launched a new white label app Arc in Toronto, with first implementation by Globe and Mail. The new version of the app is compatible with iPhone and iPad, with an Android version coming in weeks, offering speed and…

GOSS and Nitta partner over production of folder belts

GOSS and Japanese company Nitta Corporation have collaborated in developing MRO Belt Kits for the high-speed sections on GOSS PCF-1, PCF-3, SG-3, and the new JF80G Folders. Nitta Corporation of America has developed the products…

The Telegraph finds success with Apple News

Since they adapted paywall model last November, The Telegraph (UK) has become more serious about distributing content to third-party platforms. This is particularly true of Apple News. Since January, Apple News has had the publisher sell…