Print will rise from the ashes - The Future of Print and Publishing

Print will rise from the ashes – The Future of Print and Publishing

Print media is alive. Markzware develops FlightCheck, the preflight solution to check file formats for print quality control before output. We are interested in print media. Markzware encourages your comments below this insightful blog excerpt about the current facade on the demise of print and publishing:

“Stop the Presses: Print Media Is Not Dead”

Print media is not dying, but it is being choked.
The point being, although many publicly traded media outlets are cutting costs and moving things away from print and more online largely due to Wall Street pressures, there are many more examples of private media companies performing just fine and profitable with print and of course with [internet] sister editions as well.. Take this quote for example:

But don’t shed a tear for these massive corporate news outlets. According to John Morton, who analyzes the newspaper industry for a living and writes for the American Journalism Review, for most of 2008, newspaper companies were still running profit margins between 10 and 20 percent…” Source

Markzware welcomes your feedback on this subject. What is your view on the future of print and publishing? Reply via the “Share Your Thoughts” section below. Also, remember to use FlightCheck to check files during prepress for print quality of document output. FlightCheck finds potential printing problems so they can be fixed before printing. Markzware’s pre press software is available via the FlightCheck page. See more printing solutions on the Markzware Products page.

Print will rise from the ashes, the Future of Print and Publishing

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