Print media – Saar New Media http://saar-new-media.com/ Thu, 12 May 2022 19:38:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://saar-new-media.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-6-150x150.png Print media – Saar New Media http://saar-new-media.com/ 32 32 Heidelberg USA Launches New Performance and Training Center for Print Media https://saar-new-media.com/heidelberg-usa-launches-new-performance-and-training-center-for-print-media/ Thu, 12 May 2022 19:38:51 +0000 https://saar-new-media.com/heidelberg-usa-launches-new-performance-and-training-center-for-print-media/ Even as the “Great Resignation” began to sound across the United States in 2021, the printing industry was already losing an alarming number of retired veteran workers and opportunities in other industries. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics cites that print operator positions are declining at a rate of 13% per year, which equates to […]]]>

Even as the “Great Resignation” began to sound across the United States in 2021, the printing industry was already losing an alarming number of retired veteran workers and opportunities in other industries. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics cites that print operator positions are declining at a rate of 13% per year, which equates to approximately 20,000 people leaving their jobs over the next 4 years. Given these disturbing numbers and the scarcity of training available in the industry, Heidelberg USA decided to restructure its Print Media Center with a focus on training programs designed to develop and develop the skills of current and future operators. and printing industry professionals.

Training: a critical industry need

The new Print Media Performance & Training Center, located in Kennesaw, Georgia, officially “opened” its doors to Heidelberg customers this week at an open house with over 100 attendees in attendance. At the event, Heidelberg presented their initial training schedule for 2022 – which is expected to start this summer. Initially, the courses will focus on what Heidelberg has considered “critical” industry topics, such as:

  • Printing Fundamentals: Basic Balance of Ink and Water
  • Specialized sheet feeder training for new operators
  • UV printing including coating applications and special effects
  • Printing Troubleshooting
  • Commercial Folding Basics: Folder Operation and Slot/Groove/Perforation
  • Introduction to cutting
  • Introduction to Folding and Gluing

“We have an endless pool of knowledge and the latest technology at our disposal. As an industry leader, we are obligated to educate and train our industry workforce to ensure they know what is possible now and in the future,” said Clarence Penge , executive vice president of product management for Heidelberg USA. “It is our responsibility to connect people, process and technology to ensure the success of our customers.”

Viewing training as a critical industry need, Heidelberg will offer most Performance and Training Center courses free of charge to attendees, recognizing that there is a cost to the customer for travel expenses. The courses will be a combination of theoretical and practical training on the equipment. Click here to see the current schedule.

While the training will focus primarily on offset printing and finishing initially, the Performance & Training Center will offer additional topics in the future. “After much of the virtual learning that took place during the height of the pandemic, we think people are looking for hands-on, in-person training,” Penge said. “There’s better long-term understanding that happens in a training center outside of the normal workplace, where people can physically touch the equipment and apply the knowledge they’ve just learned.” As this training structure is new to Heidelberg, the company intends to modify its training options according to the future evolution of industry needs. “We’re excited to help move the print industry forward and see how it receives this new training center,” said Penge. Heidelberg recognizes, however, that the Centre’s success depends on the industry’s commitment to enrolling its operators in the available classes.

The latest and greatest available

A critical part of educating the industry on the latest technologies is ensuring the Performance & Training Center is always equipped with them. Recently, Kennesaw’s state-of-the-art 30,000 square foot facility installed Heidelberg’s brand new press, a Speedmaster CX 104 six color UV machine equipped with a coater and patented Push-to-Stop technology. The new press offers an all-new 104-sheet format and ergonomic design and features an all-new operating philosophy, the Heidelberg User Experience, which, together with the Intellistart 3 system and a multitude of support systems, guarantees short start-up times and the best possible support. for operators.

In addition to the new CX 104, the Print Media Performance & Training Center is currently equipped with two POLAR cutters, a Stahlfolder KH 82, an Easymatrix 106 cutter, a Prinect workflow, a Suprasetter 106 CtP, a Versafire EV and EP, a Labelfire 340 and a Speedmaster XL 106-8P+L – also equipped with the latest generation Speedmaster technology – and will soon be enriched with a new Diana Easy 115 folder-gluer. The Performance & Training Center will continue to host demonstrations in person or virtual equipment and software, in accordance with CDC guidelines for the safety of its customers and employees.

The new Speedmaster CX 104 from Heidelberg

To register for available training dates or to schedule a demo, please contact your local Heidelberg sales representative or visit https://news.heidelbergusa.com/pmc-training/

Source: Heidelberg USA

The preceding press release was provided by a company not affiliated with Print impressions. The views expressed herein do not directly reflect the thoughts or opinions of the staff of Print impressions.

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Azerbaijan launches electronic distribution platform for print media https://saar-new-media.com/azerbaijan-launches-electronic-distribution-platform-for-print-media/ Fri, 06 May 2022 11:38:00 +0000 https://saar-new-media.com/azerbaijan-launches-electronic-distribution-platform-for-print-media/ May 6, 2022 3:38 p.m. (UTC+04:00) 804 Azerbaijan has launched a platform for subscription and sale of digital print media products “E-Kiosk”. The Media Development Agency of Azerbaijan (MEDIA) organized a presentation on “E-Kiosk” on May 5. According to MEDIA, it was noted that the “E-Kiosk” portal was created taking into account modern trends and […]]]>

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Azerbaijan has launched a platform for subscription and sale of digital print media products “E-Kiosk”.

The Media Development Agency of Azerbaijan (MEDIA) organized a presentation on “E-Kiosk” on May 5.

According to MEDIA, it was noted that the “E-Kiosk” portal was created taking into account modern trends and needs triggered by the modernization of the global information environment and the widespread use of advanced media and other innovative technologies.

The platform is designed for easy access, anytime and anywhere, to traditional print media, newspapers and magazines from a constantly updated database.

Readers will also be able to freely access the digital archives through the portal.

MEDIA added that this platform is an innovative step in adapting traditional print media to the digital environment, increasing their economic sustainability and accelerating the transition to an information society.

The agency noted that taking into account the proposals, it was decided to prepare and present to the public the final version of the “E-Kiosk” project.

The event also included discussions on the “Editorial Policy and Rules of Professional Ethics” prepared by MEDIA. It has been noted that media subjects are currently discussing the project, and the application of these rules will contribute to a stricter respect for copyright protection and professional ethics in the media sphere in general.

Heads of print media participated in the event.

The Azerbaijani parliament adopted a new law on the media in December 2021. It establishes the general rules for the organization of media activities, as well as the legal and economic bases of such activities, as well as the reception, preparation, transmission, production and dissemination of information. . The document is divided into nine chapters and 78 clauses.

It covers every detail, from boosting journalists’ professionalism to solving their social problems. The document establishes the legal framework required for better protection of information security in Azerbaijan.

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Local print media in three states often legitimized anti-choice voices in stories about new abortion restrictions https://saar-new-media.com/local-print-media-in-three-states-often-legitimized-anti-choice-voices-in-stories-about-new-abortion-restrictions/ Thu, 21 Apr 2022 16:50:38 +0000 https://saar-new-media.com/local-print-media-in-three-states-often-legitimized-anti-choice-voices-in-stories-about-new-abortion-restrictions/ As Oklahoma, Kentucky and Florida passed new laws severely restricting or prohibiting abortion, local media often treated the fight for abortion rights as “both sides” in their coverage. news, portraying anti-abortion extremism and pro-choice advocacy as equally valid perspectives. Last week, three states approved some of the toughest abortion restrictions since the historic watershed in […]]]>

As Oklahoma, Kentucky and Florida passed new laws severely restricting or prohibiting abortion, local media often treated the fight for abortion rights as “both sides” in their coverage. news, portraying anti-abortion extremism and pro-choice advocacy as equally valid perspectives.

Last week, three states approved some of the toughest abortion restrictions since the historic watershed in 1973 decision enshrined the constitutional right to abortion up to 24 weeks. On April 12, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed a law making performing a surgical abortion or prescribing abortion drugs a felony, with a penalty of up to 10 years in prison and a fine of $100,000. The next day, Kentucky’s GOP-led legislature overruled a governor’s veto to pass a law banning abortion at 15 weeks, setting requirements so onerous that the only two remaining abortion clinics in the state had to suspend. their services. Then, on April 14, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a law banning abortions after 15 weeks unless a pregnant person’s health is in danger or there are fatal fetal abnormalities. None of these three laws contains exceptions for rape or incest. While the Kentucky law immediately took effect, the restrictions signed in Oklahoma and Florida are expected to go into effect this summer.

Local print coverage of these laws between April 10 and 15 largely framed the issue as a political controversy rather than a human rights issue for pregnant women, depicting extremist anti-choice views as legitimate alongside pro-choice perspectives. Many of the stories included quotes from lawmakers and anti-choice activists who disparaged people seeking abortions — for example, calling abortion “murder” — or described a fetus’ “right to life” as more important than the rights of pregnant women and survivors of abuse. .

  • An article about abortion access in the Louisville Courier Journal was widely quoted by anti-choice protesters outside an abortion clinic in Kentucky, including a protester who called abortion a “murder”. The star quote in the story comes from a protester who said nagging patients to change their minds is “worth it”.
  • The Lexington Herald-Leader ran an article on the state’s anti-abortion law and other GOP-backed bills under the headline: “Conservatives cheered, liberals groaned as KY legislature checked off this checklist,” framing the issue as a partisan conflict, rather than a human rights issue.
  • An Orlando Sun-Sentinel article on Florida’s anti-abortion legislation framed the issue as an equally legitimate two-party debate, with numerous quotes from anti-choice religious voices and a catchy quote from an advocate. anti-choice.
  • In an article about the Florida law, the Tallahassee Democrat quoted GOP State House Speaker Chris Sprows referring to a fetus as a “child” who “has a right to life,” and saying that DeSantis is “America’s most pro-life governor”. The newspaper also quoted DeSantis as saying the legislation offers “the most important protections for life” in decades.
  • Oklahoman ran an article on the state abortion ban that gave pro-choice and anti-choice voices very similar weight. The story took right-wing arguments about protecting “life” at face value, writing that “Stitt and others present wore red roses as a symbol of the sanctity of human life.”
  • An article by local news editor CNHI that appeared in at least half a dozen local newspapers, including the Tahlequah Daily Press, drew a false equivalence between pro-choice and anti-choice perspectives, quoting Stitt saying the most important thing to him and the majority of Oklahomans is to “take a stand and protect the unborn and protect life”.
  • The Tulsa World ran an article on Oklahoma’s anti-abortion law titled, “Gov. Stitt signs near-total abortion ban: “We want Oklahoma to be the most pro-life state.” The article included Stitt claiming that Oklahomans “overwhelmingly support the protection of life”, without providing data to support this claim.
  • A Durant Daily Democrat article about a speech given by Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) quoted his anti-choice comments verbatim without any backlash or fact-checking. The story adopted Lankford’s paternalistic tone without criticism, implying, for example, that pregnant women cannot think for themselves: “Lankford said the other side of stopping abortion is to have a compassionate side and to be able to engage with women who are considering abortion and to emphasize the value and importance of the child.
  • An article in The Oklahoman about religious leaders’ reactions to Oklahoma’s abortion ban included several strong anti-choice quotes from religious leaders, including extremists who want lawmakers to go even further and criminalize all abortions. The story also quotes a pastor calling people who obtain or perform abortions “murderers and conspirators”.

As conservative lawmakers continue to besiege abortion rights across the country, local news has an opportunity to provide abortion patients, clinics and advocates with an appropriate voice — undiluted by incorporation uncritical of anti-choice extremists.

Some local news outlets have highlighted the devastating impact of anti-abortion legislation on pregnant women and survivors of sexual abuse or assault, quoting survivors of abuse and people who have had abortions, and pointing out the consequences life-threatening consequences of anti-abortion legislation.

  • In an early article on Kentucky’s anti-abortion law, The Lexington Herald-Leader gave more space to reproductive rights advocates than to anti-choice perspectives. The Herald-Leader also cited several female lawmakers who shared their own experiences as survivors of child sexual abuse or sexual assault to highlight the likely impact of the legislation on other survivors.
  • The Tampa Bay Times published an article that cites several advocates for the choice, including a woman whose 23-week abortion likely wouldn’t have been possible under Florida’s new law. The article also cites attorneys who describe how Florida’s new legislation violates federal and state constitutional rights.
  • While some of Tulsa World’s coverage of Oklahoma’s attack on abortion access missed the mark, other published stories highlighted the human impact of anti-abortion legislation. One story noted that protesters at the clinic were trying to intimidate patients and quoted lawyers who said they were helping patients navigate the melee with “as little trauma as possible”. Another story on maternal mortality among black women warned that abortion law “could prevent women from taking steps early in a pregnancy to prevent potential adverse effects, including maternal mortality.”
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Print business revenue expected to rise 20% to Rs 27,000 crore in FY23: Crisil Ratings https://saar-new-media.com/print-business-revenue-expected-to-rise-20-to-rs-27000-crore-in-fy23-crisil-ratings/ Thu, 31 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://saar-new-media.com/print-business-revenue-expected-to-rise-20-to-rs-27000-crore-in-fy23-crisil-ratings/ According to a report by Crisil Ratings, India’s print media industry could see revenue growth of around 20% in the next fiscal year, driven by the recovery of its two main sources of revenue – advertising ( advertising) and subscription – albeit on a low basis. In the next fiscal year, revenue could climb to […]]]>

According to a report by Crisil Ratings, India’s print media industry could see revenue growth of around 20% in the next fiscal year, driven by the recovery of its two main sources of revenue – advertising ( advertising) and subscription – albeit on a low basis.

In the next fiscal year, revenue could climb to Rs 27,000 crore from Rs 18,600 crore seen in fiscal 2021. But that will not be enough to recoup pre-pandemic highs of over Rs 32,000 crore.

The report further mentions that advertising revenue for print media companies is expected to increase by 25% from a weak base, in line with economic activity. The rebound in advertising revenues will be based on improving economic activities, given their strong correlation, while the reopening of offices and the return of people to the workplace should support subscription revenues.

Nitesh Jain, Director of Crisil Ratings, said: “Advertising revenue, which accounts for 70% of industry revenue, has rebounded strongly following the second wave of the pandemic, buoyed by the festive season and national elections. . The impact of the third wave was milder and limited to January. Next fiscal year, we expect advertising revenue from print media companies to increase 25% from a weak base, in line with economic activity. Ad volumes are expected to rebound fully to pre-pandemic levels next fiscal year, but ad yield will only gradually recover. »

However, rising newsprint prices will snatch up to 300-350 basis points (bps) from operating margin, analysis showed of print companies rated by Crisil Ratings, accounting for around 40% of revenue of the sector.

Subscription revenues, which represent the balance of 30% of turnover, have largely recovered for Hindi and regional language newspapers, but remain impacted for English dailies. This, too, is expected to increase by 10% in the next fiscal year, driven by the resumption of offices and the migration of the working population to metros.

However, the growing shift in reading preference to digital media would continue to keep physical newspaper subscription below pre-pandemic levels.

Interestingly, the low volume of physical newspaper subscriptions has helped print businesses weather the pandemic, as it has kept a leash on the volume of newsprint consumed (a key raw material that accounts for 30-35% of the cost of newspapers). total operation of print media companies) .

Newsprint prices have risen 60% over the past year due to a shortage of new and recycled newsprint, rising freight rates, depreciation of the rupee and dwindling supplies following the closure of manufacturing capacities.

Rakshit Kachhal, Managing Partner, Crisil Ratings, said, “Operating margins for print media companies are expected to contract from 9-9.5% in the next fiscal year to 6.0-6.5% in the this fiscal year, due to high newsprint prices. This despite the rationalization of newsprint consumption and the expected increase in cover prices. India imports more than half of its total newsprint demand. Russia is a major exporter, so its war with Ukraine could affect the supply and demand situation and impact newsprint prices.

While the credit risk profiles of large print companies will be cushioned by healthy cash and strong balance sheets — most of them have no net debt — cash management will be crucial for smaller ones. due to rising newsprint prices, as their interest coverage is estimated at 2-2.5 times as of March 31, 2022.

The baseline assumption is that newsprint prices will peak over the next few months and decline by the second quarter of next fiscal year. Any continued price hikes, protracted geopolitical issues or new waves of the pandemic impacting India’s economic growth will be worth watching.

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Print Revenue Expected to Grow 20% in FY23: Crisis https://saar-new-media.com/print-revenue-expected-to-grow-20-in-fy23-crisis/ Thu, 31 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://saar-new-media.com/print-revenue-expected-to-grow-20-in-fy23-crisis/ According to ratings agency Crisil, India’s print media sector is expected to record 20% growth in revenue to Rs 27,000 crore in FY23 from Rs 22,500 crore in FY23. of FY22. But that will not be enough to recover pre-pandemic highs of over Rs 32,000 crore. In FY22, revenue increased by approximately 22% to Rs […]]]>

According to ratings agency Crisil, India’s print media sector is expected to record 20% growth in revenue to Rs 27,000 crore in FY23 from Rs 22,500 crore in FY23. of FY22. But that will not be enough to recover pre-pandemic highs of over Rs 32,000 crore. In FY22, revenue increased by approximately 22% to Rs 22,500 crore from FY21 Rs 18,600 crore.

The ratings agency said it was driven by the recovery in advertising and subscription revenue, albeit from a weak base. Advertising revenues are expected to rebound as economic activity improves given their strong correlation, while the reopening of offices and the return of people to workplaces should support subscription revenues.

However, he warned that higher newsprint prices would snatch up to 300 to 350 basis points (bps) from operating margin, shows an analysis of print companies rated by CRISIL Ratings, accounting for around 40% sector revenue.

Crisil Ratings Director Nitesh Jain said: “Advertising revenue, which accounts for approximately 70% of industry revenue, has recovered strongly following the second wave of the pandemic, supported by the festive season and national elections. The impact of the third wave was milder and limited to January. Next fiscal year, we expect advertising revenue from print media companies to grow about 25% from a weak base, consistent with economic activity. Ad volumes are expected to rebound fully to pre-pandemic levels next fiscal year, but ad yield will only gradually recover. »

Subscription revenues – representing the remaining ~30% of turnover – have largely recovered for Hindi and regional language newspapers, but remain impacted for English dailies. This is also expected to increase by around 10% in the next financial year, due to the resumption of offices and the migration of the working population to the metros. However, the growing shift in reading preference to digital media would continue to keep physical newspaper subscription below pre-pandemic levels.

Interestingly, the decline in the volume of physical newspaper subscriptions has helped print media companies weather the pandemic, as it has kept a grip on the volume of newsprint consumed (a key raw material that accounts for 30 to 35 % of total operating cost of print media companies).

Newsprint prices have increased by approximately 60% (see Chart 2 in the appendix) over the past year due to shortages of new and recycled newsprint, rising freight rates, depreciation of the rupee and the drop in supplies following the closure of manufacturing capacities.

Rakshit Kachhal, Associate Director of Crisil Ratings, said: “Operating margins for print media companies are expected to contract from 9-9.5% in the next fiscal year to 6.0-6.5% in the present. fiscal year, due to high newsprint prices. This despite the rationalization of newsprint consumption and the expected increase in cover prices. India imports more than half of its total newsprint demand. Russia is a major exporter, so its war with Ukraine could affect the supply and demand situation and impact newsprint prices.

While the credit risk profiles of large print companies will be cushioned by healthy cash and strong balance sheets – most of them are net debt free – cash management will be crucial for smaller ones due to the rise in newsprint prices, as their interest covers is estimated at 2 to 2.5 times on March 31, 2022.

The baseline assumption is that newsprint prices will peak over the next few months and decline by the second quarter of next year. Any continued price increases, or prolonged geopolitical issues, or new waves of the pandemic impacting India’s economic growth, will be worth watching.

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Global Print Media Market Report 2022 https://saar-new-media.com/global-print-media-market-report-2022/ Tue, 29 Mar 2022 13:15:00 +0000 https://saar-new-media.com/global-print-media-market-report-2022/ DUBLIN, March 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — “Print Media Global Market Report 2022, By Type, Business Model, Application” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report provides strategists, marketers, and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global print media market as it emerges from the COVID-19 lockdown. Reasons to buy […]]]>

DUBLIN, March 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — “Print Media Global Market Report 2022, By Type, Business Model, Application” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

This report provides strategists, marketers, and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global print media market as it emerges from the COVID-19 lockdown.

Reasons to buy

  • Get a truly global perspective with the most comprehensive market report available covering over 50 geographies.
  • Understand how the market is affected by the coronavirus and how it is likely to emerge and grow as the impact of the virus diminishes.
  • Create regional and national strategies based on local data and analysis.
  • Identify growth segments for investment.
  • Outperform your competition using forecast data and the drivers and trends shaping the market.
  • Understand customers based on the latest market research.
  • Benchmark performance against leading competitors.
  • Use relationships between key data sets for better strategy.
  • Suitable to support your internal and external presentations with reliable high quality data and analysis

Major companies in the print media market include Bertelsmann SE & Co KGaA, Lagardere SCA, News Corporation, Planeta GroupQUAD/GRAPHICS INC., Scholastic Corporation, Hubert Burda Media, Kadokawa Corporation, Axel Springer SE and John Wiley & Sons Inc.

The global print media market is expected to grow from $305.44 billion in 2021 for $320.07 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.8%. The growth is mainly due to companies reorganizing their operations and recovering from the impact of COVID-19, which had previously led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working and the closure of business activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market should reach $366.73 billion in 2026 at a CAGR of 3.5%.

The print media market includes sales of newspapers, magazines, other periodicals, books, directories and mailing lists, and other works, such as calendars, greeting cards, and related services such as advertising space by entities (organizations, sole proprietorships, or partnerships) that publish print media.

The main types of print media are directories, mailing lists and other publishers, book publishers, newspaper and magazine publishers. Book publisher refers to a company or person engaged in the publishing of periodicals, books, music and the like. The different business models include subscription, advertising and are used in publishing houses, newspaper offices and others.

Asia Pacific was the largest region in the print media market in 2021. Middle East is expected to be the fastest growing region during the forecast period. The regions covered in this report are Asia Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East and Africa.

eBook sales are growing rapidly in established markets. UNITED STATES and Europe. E-books generated a higher revenue share than physical print in developed markets such as the US and UK. According to PWC, total revenue for global book publishers will grow at a CAGR of 1.7% over the forecast period. Although the physical book publishing industry continues to contract (-2.8%), this decline is offset by the growth of e-books, which are expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.7% over the next forecast period. Growing consumer preference for digital versions is expected to have a significant impact on the market growth during this period

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak acted as a significant constraint in some of the print media markets in 2020 as businesses were disrupted due to lockdowns imposed by governments around the world. COVID 19 is an infectious disease with flu-like symptoms including fever, cough and difficulty breathing. The virus was first identified in 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei province of the People’s Republic of Chinaand spread all over the world, including Western Europe, North Americaand Asia. Measures taken by national governments to contain transmission have led to a drop in economic activity and restricted the movement of goods and services, with countries entering a state of “lockdown”. The outbreak has had a negative impact on businesses throughout 2020 and into 2021. However, many media markets have not been affected or have benefited as they transmit their content remotely through digital channels . The print media market is expected to recover from the shock throughout the forecast period as it is a “black swan event” and not related to any persistent or fundamental market weaknesses. or the global economy.

The rise of social media and the growing volume of consumer data are driving the growth of the newspaper and magazine industry. Newspaper and magazine publishers can gain broad and deep visibility to their consumers, distributors and other stakeholders. Publishers with the digital-first model invest heavily in building internal data and analytics teams. For example, Next Big Sound’s Next Big Book app provides a dashboard for the publishing industry that regularly offers information on sales, publicity events, social media, and web trends to provide a view overall book performance. It will highlight the most influential factors such as news preferences, columnist preferences, and genre preferences.

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

2. Structure of the report

3. Characteristics of the print media market
3.1. Market definition
3.2. Key segments

4. Product Analysis of Print Media Market
4.1. Featured products/services
4.2. Key Features and Differentiators
4.3. Development products

5. Print Media Market Supply Chain
5.1. Supply chain
5.2. Distribution
5.3. End customers

6. Print Media Market Customer Information
6.1. Customer preferences
6.2. End-use market size and growth

7. Print Media Market Trends and Strategies

8. Impact of COVID-19 on print media

9. Print Media Market Size and Growth
9.1. Market size
9.2. Historical Market Growth, Value (Billions of dollars)
9.2.1. Market Drivers
9.2.2. Market Constraints
9.3. Market growth forecast, value (in billions of dollars)
9.3.1. Market Drivers
9.3.2. Market Constraints

10. Print Media Market Regional Analysis
10.1. Global print media market, 2021, by region, value (USD billion)
10.2. Global Print Media Market, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, Historical & Forecast, By Region
10.3. Global Print Media Market, Growth and Market Share Comparison, by Region

11. Print Media Market Segmentation
11.1. Global Print Media Market, Segmentation by Type, History & Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, USD Billion

  • Directory, mailing list and other publishers
  • book publishers
  • Newspaper and magazine publishers

11.2. Global Print Media Market, Segmentation by Business Model, History and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, USD Billion

11.3. Global Print Media Market, Segmentation by Application, History and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, USD Billion

  • Publishing house
  • newspaper office
  • Others

12. Print Media Market Segments
12.1. Global Directory, Mailing List & Other Publisher Market, Segmentation by Type, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, Value (USD Billion) – Directory & Mailing List; Other editors
12.2. Global Book Publishers Market, Segmentation by Type, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, Value (USD Billion) – Consumer Books; educational books; religious books
12.3. Global Newspaper and Magazine Publishers Market, Segmentation by Type, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, Value (USD Billion) – Newspapers; Magazines

13. Print Media Market Metrics
13.1. Print media market size, percentage of GDP, 2016-2026, global
13.2. Average per capita spending in the print media market, 2016-2026, world

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$320 billion from the global print media industry by 2031 https://saar-new-media.com/320-billion-from-the-global-print-media-industry-by-2031/ Tue, 29 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://saar-new-media.com/320-billion-from-the-global-print-media-industry-by-2031/ company logo Global print media market Global print media market Dublin, March 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Print Media Global Market Report 2022, By Type, Business Model, Application” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report provides strategists, marketers, and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global print […]]]>

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Dublin, March 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Print Media Global Market Report 2022, By Type, Business Model, Application” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

This report provides strategists, marketers, and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global print media market as it emerges from the COVID-19 lockdown.

Reasons to buy

  • Get a truly global perspective with the most comprehensive market report available covering over 50 geographies.

  • Understand how the market is affected by the coronavirus and how it is likely to emerge and grow as the impact of the virus diminishes.

  • Create regional and national strategies based on local data and analysis.

  • Identify growth segments for investment.

  • Outperform your competition using forecast data and the drivers and trends shaping the market.

  • Understand customers based on the latest market research.

  • Benchmark performance against leading competitors.

  • Use relationships between key data sets for better strategy.

  • Suitable to support your internal and external presentations with reliable high quality data and analysis

Major companies in the print media market include Bertelsmann SE & Co KGaA, Lagardere SCA, News Corporation, Grupo Planeta, QUAD/GRAPHICS INC., Scholastic Corporation, Hubert Burda Media, Kadokawa Corporation, Axel Springer SE and John Wiley & Sons Inc. .

The global print media market is expected to grow from $305.44 billion in 2021 to $320.07 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.8%. The growth is mainly due to companies reorganizing their operations and recovering from the impact of COVID-19, which had previously led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working and the closure of business activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $366.73 billion in 2026 with a CAGR of 3.5%.

The print media market includes sales of newspapers, magazines, other periodicals, books, directories and mailing lists, and other works, such as calendars, greeting cards, and related services such as advertising space by entities (organizations, individual companies, or partnerships) that publish print media.

The main types of print media are directories, mailing lists and other publishers, book publishers, newspaper and magazine publishers. Book publisher refers to a company or person engaged in the publishing of periodicals, books, music and the like. The different business models include subscription, advertising and are used in publishing houses, newspaper offices and others.

Asia-Pacific was the largest region in the print media market in 2021. Middle East is expected to be the fastest growing region during the forecast period. Regions covered in this report are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East and Africa.

E-book sales are growing rapidly in the established markets of the United States and Europe. E-books generated a higher revenue share than physical print in developed markets such as the US and UK. According to PWC, total revenue for global book publishers will grow at a CAGR of 1.7% over the forecast period. Although the physical book publishing industry continues to contract (-2.8%), this decline is offset by the growth of e-books, which are expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.7% over the next forecast period. Growing consumer preference for digital versions is expected to have a significant impact on the market growth during this period

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak acted as a significant constraint in some of the print media markets in 2020 as businesses were disrupted due to lockdowns imposed by governments around the world. COVID 19 is an infectious disease with flu-like symptoms including fever, cough and difficulty breathing. The virus was first identified in 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei Province in the People’s Republic of China, and has spread around the world, including Western Europe, North America and Asia. Measures taken by national governments to contain transmission have led to a drop in economic activity and restricted the movement of goods and services, with countries entering a state of “lockdown”. The outbreak has had a negative impact on businesses throughout 2020 and into 2021. However, many media markets have not been affected or have benefited as they transmit their content remotely through digital channels . The print media market is expected to recover from the shock throughout the forecast period as it is a “black swan event” and not related to any persistent or fundamental market weaknesses. or the global economy.

The rise of social media and the growing volume of consumer data are driving the growth of the newspaper and magazine industry. Newspaper and magazine publishers can gain broad and deep visibility to their consumers, distributors and other stakeholders. Publishers with the digital-first model invest heavily in building internal data and analytics teams. For example, Next Big Sound’s Next Big Book app provides a dashboard for the publishing industry that regularly offers information on sales, publicity events, social media, and web trends to provide a view overall book performance. It will highlight the most influential factors such as news preferences, columnist preferences, and genre preferences.

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

2. Structure of the report

3. Characteristics of the print media market
3.1. Market definition
3.2. Key segments

4. Product Analysis of Print Media Market
4.1. Featured products/services
4.2. Key Features and Differentiators
4.3. Development products

5. Print Media Market Supply Chain
5.1. Supply chain
5.2. Distribution
5.3. End customers

6. Print Media Market Customer Information
6.1. Customer preferences
6.2. End-use market size and growth

7. Print Media Market Trends and Strategies

8. Impact of COVID-19 on print media

9. Print Media Market Size and Growth
9.1. Market size
9.2. Historical Market Growth, Value (Billions of dollars)
9.2.1. Market Drivers
9.2.2. Market Constraints
9.3. Market growth forecast, value (in billions of dollars)
9.3.1. Market Drivers
9.3.2. Market Constraints

10. Print Media Market Regional Analysis
10.1. Global print media market, 2021, by region, value (USD billion)
10.2. Global Print Media Market, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, Historical & Forecast, By Region
10.3. Global Print Media Market, Growth and Market Share Comparison, by Region

11. Print Media Market Segmentation
11.1. Global Print Media Market, Segmentation by Type, History & Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, USD Billion

  • Directory, mailing list and other publishers

  • book publishers

  • Newspaper and magazine publishers

11.2. Global Print Media Market, Segmentation by Business Model, History and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, USD Billion

11.3. Global Print Media Market, Segmentation by Application, History and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, USD Billion

  • Publishing house

  • newspaper office

  • Others

12. Print Media Market Segments
12.1. Global Directory, Mailing List & Other Publisher Market, Segmentation by Type, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, Value (USD Billion) – Directory & Mailing List; Other editors
12.2. Global Book Publishers Market, Segmentation by Type, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, Value (USD Billion) – Consumer Books; educational books; religious books
12.3. Global Newspaper and Magazine Publishers Market, Segmentation by Type, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, Value (USD Billion) – Newspapers; Magazines

13. Print Media Market Metrics
13.1. Print media market size, percentage of GDP, 2016-2026, global
13.2. Average per capita spending in the print media market, 2016-2026, world

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FloorSignage Unveils DriveOn Graphics, the Industry’s Only Large Format Print Media Designed to Support Both Vehicular and Pedestrian Traffic https://saar-new-media.com/floorsignage-unveils-driveon-graphics-the-industrys-only-large-format-print-media-designed-to-support-both-vehicular-and-pedestrian-traffic/ Tue, 15 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://saar-new-media.com/floorsignage-unveils-driveon-graphics-the-industrys-only-large-format-print-media-designed-to-support-both-vehicular-and-pedestrian-traffic/ Sunbury, Ohio – FloorSignage, LLC, launches DriveOn Graphics, the world’s first large format print media designed to be applied to surfaces that support both vehicular and pedestrian traffic. DriveOn Graphics is the first retro-reflective digital print media created with drivers in mind. DriveOn graphics can be applied directly to streets, parking lots and driveways, providing […]]]>

Sunbury, Ohio – FloorSignage, LLC, launches DriveOn Graphics, the world’s first large format print media designed to be applied to surfaces that support both vehicular and pedestrian traffic. DriveOn Graphics is the first retro-reflective digital print media created with drivers in mind. DriveOn graphics can be applied directly to streets, parking lots and driveways, providing motorists with clear visual communication. This one-of-a-kind material offers full-color floor graphics that will withstand the rigors of vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

“Placing graphics on exterior walkways was a radical idea in our industry in 2013 when we launched AlumiGraphics Grip,” said Scott Wieclaw, president of FloorSignage, LLC. “Thanks to our product, AlumiGraphics Grip, outdoor ground and floor graphics are now widely used around the world and are known to be the most reliable solution for graphics on concrete, asphalt and brick, resistant to weather conditions and foot traffic,” says Wieclaw.

“We began R&D efforts for DriveOn Graphics shortly after the launch of AlumiGraphics Grip, in response to customers asking if our material could withstand vehicular traffic,” continued Wieclaw. “The missing piece of the puzzle was to develop a large format print media product that would combine the ease and utility of a pedestrian use graphic with the strength and durability of a road marking for vehicles. said Wieclaw.

Until recently, stenciled painted graphics and thermoplastic products were the only options for graphics placed on parking lot and driveway surfaces. “DriveOn Graphics offers a better alternative to these current methods which suffer from design limitations, are difficult and expensive to implement, and are not easily removed,” Wieclaw said.

“Not just an exterior floor graphic, DriveOn Graphics delivers vehicle durability,” says Wieclaw. “When ground graphic materials are used on surfaces that support vehicular traffic, such as parking garages, crosswalks, traffic lanes, and transit stations, most graphics cannot withstand to the forces to which they are subjected by the movement of vehicles. Some manufacturers claim that their graphic materials can withstand limited vehicular traffic, but the truth is that these materials are thin and soft, making them susceptible to damage,” according to Wieclaw. “DriveOn Graphics provides dimensional stability, designed to resist the kinetic friction that occurs between a tire and the graphic material,” Wieclaw said.

“DriveOn Graphics solves the common problem faced by graphic materials used in areas serving both pedestrian and vehicular traffic, by providing a retro-reflective, non-slip product for pedestrians, reducing the risk of accidents. DriveOn Graphic’s retro-reflectivity results in a material that is highly visible day or night, providing crucial response time for vehicle drivers,” said Wieclaw.

DriveOn graphics can be cut out and used as turn arrows, symbols and other traffic and curb control messages. The material is matte white and compatible with latex and UV flatbed and hybrid printers. Made in the USA, DriveOn Graphics offers easy, heat-free installation and is sold in 44″ x 35′ rolls to vendors.

“This new material opens the door wide to endless uses, from parking lot traffic markings to creative cross-promotion for brands that can now easily access endless amounts of available surface. Think branded parking spaces or sponsored curbside collection areas and electric vehicle charging stations. There are no limits to the uses of DriveOn Graphics,” says Wieclaw.

DriveOn Graphics is a product of FloorSignage, LLC. Based in Sunbury, Ohio, FloorSignage, LLC has built a niche for itself as the industry expert offering premium quality substrates that are the most reliable solutions for graphics applied directly to rigid wall and ceiling surfaces. floors in a wide range of indoor and outdoor environments. Visit www.FloorSignage.com for product information and to find a list of participating distributors.

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Print media: ad volume per publication increased 33% in 2021 compared to 2020 https://saar-new-media.com/print-media-ad-volume-per-publication-increased-33-in-2021-compared-to-2020/ Mon, 21 Feb 2022 03:29:31 +0000 https://saar-new-media.com/print-media-ad-volume-per-publication-increased-33-in-2021-compared-to-2020/ Ad volume per publication in the print industry climbed 33% in 2021 compared to 2020, according to TAM AdEx data. The data also indicates that while 2017 saw the highest average ad volume per post, 2020 saw a 40% drop from 2017 due to Covid-19. Average advertising volume per post increased by 22% in the […]]]>

Ad volume per publication in the print industry climbed 33% in 2021 compared to 2020, according to TAM AdEx data. The data also indicates that while 2017 saw the highest average ad volume per post, 2020 saw a 40% drop from 2017 due to Covid-19.

Average advertising volume per post increased by 22% in the second half of 2021 compared to 2020, showing a recovery from the period of the second wave of Covid (April-May 21). Due to the pandemic, the lowest average ad volume per post was in the second quarter, which includes the second wave period. Average ad volume per post increased 54% in the fourth quarter compared to the combined average for the first three quarters of 2021. Print ad volumes returned to pre-wave two levels during the holiday season.

According to the data, while the service sector topped the charts in 2021 with 16% ad space share, followed by education and automotive with 13% share each. The top three sectors together accounted for 42% of print ad volume in 2021. Automotive topped the list by sector in 2020.

As for advertisers, SBS Biotech tops the list, followed by Maruti Suzuki India. LIC moved up to third in 2021 from eighth in 2020. Emami, Titan, Fiitjee, and Reliance Retail moved up the rankings to enter the Top 10 Advertisers of 2021 list.

Among brands, Amazon and Fiitjee were the top names in print advertising in 2021, followed by Maruti Car Range. SBS Biotech had its four brands in the top 10. In 2021, there were a total of 16,900 brands announced in the press. Two brands in the top 10 brands were each from the automotive and education sectors.

Among categories, Retail-Jewelers saw the largest increase in ad space in 2021 versus 2020 with growth of 54%, followed by Coaching/Competitive Exam Center with growth of 50%. In terms of percentage growth, the ecomm-media/entertainment/social-media category saw the highest percentage growth of 4.3x in 2021. This was the highest percentage growth among the top 10 names .

Additionally, more than 7700 advertisers and 9900 brands advertised exclusively on paper in 2021. Tictok Skill Games and Aakash Byju’s were the top exclusive advertisers and brands respectively in 2021.

Deepavali was the top festival with 41% share of print ad space in 2021, followed by Navratri/Durga Puja and Christmas/New Year with 13% and 12% share, respectively. The top three brands with the Deepavali advertising theme were Prestige Range, Tanishq Utsaah and TVS Two Wheelers.

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Is the written press a dying art? – Oracle online https://saar-new-media.com/is-the-written-press-a-dying-art-oracle-online/ Wed, 16 Feb 2022 04:12:22 +0000 https://saar-new-media.com/is-the-written-press-a-dying-art-oracle-online/ Go ahead and do a Google search for “print media is dead”. I’ll wait. From the cursory search results headlines alone, it’s pretty clear that there’s no consensus on the matter, and there probably won’t be until the last tree on earth is burned. and that printing on paper will be impossible. But if the […]]]>

Go ahead and do a Google search for “print media is dead”. I’ll wait.

From the cursory search results headlines alone, it’s pretty clear that there’s no consensus on the matter, and there probably won’t be until the last tree on earth is burned. and that printing on paper will be impossible. But if the speculation about the slow death of the print media turns out to be true, it’s worth asking why it seems to be dying and why we demand and argue for its inevitable and unavoidable death.

Locally, Arkadelphia has been happily served with the defunct Daily Siftings Herald since 1918, when it formed as the only surviving hybrid of a few local newspapers. It ceased publication a century later on September 15, 2018. The same day, Hope Star and Nevada County Picayune-Times also closed their presses. They were shut down by their corporate overlords GateHouse Media, a subsidiary of an investment firm that would merge with Gannett, the media giant behind USA Today, and Tegna, Inc., which owns Little Rock’s KTHV 11 channel. .

A 2019 report from the University of North Carolina’s Hussman School of Journalism said one in five local newspapers in the United States had closed since 2004, citing “new media barons” like GateHouse who swallowed small papers and quickly raised their hands when they did. are not immediately profitable for managers and shareholders without investing in their acquisitions.

At the same time, many outlets began to “pivot to video,” a phrase now synonymous with newsroom layoffs and even a euphemism for death. This was all due to a false impression of increased consumer demand for video content driven by Facebook (now Meta) inflating video audience metrics to sell more advertising. Initially, The Wall Street Journal reported metric inflation of 60-80%, but later documents in a lawsuit against the social media giant estimated between 150-900%. Many conglomerates have closed news outlets and laid off newsrooms to focus on producing short-form social media videos rather than text reporting.

The media landscape therefore suggests that the speculative death of the print media has little to do with the evolution of attention spans, the practicality of physical media in the digital age, or the children of our days, but is the fault of insatiable corporate greed and a dwindling number of ever-growing media conglomerates. The world where a handful of companies own every medium is bleak, but it’s the one we live in. If the last man standing decides that it would be more economical to stop operating all the printers in the country, he will not hesitate. for it to be so.

I can’t say print media is or isn’t dying, I’m a stupid Gen Z kid who knows nothing. All I can say is that I love seeing my name printed in ink and I sure hope the Oracle will continue to provide an article in Community Edition paper, at least for as long as I’m still the.

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