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02.19.13
by Sheridan Magazines

Publishers often ask me “How much should I charge for my digital ads?”

From time to time, I scan the web and other sources for hard data on this topic. It’s not very easy to find, in my experience. What follows is an...

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02.11.13
by Laura Baker

Tim Cotter, VP of Operations at Sheridan Books was interviewed by Printing Impressions for a February article titled High-Speed Inkjet Presses: Next Round of Investments, by Heidi Tolliver-Walker, that looks at the decision behind...

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02.04.13
by Kelly Freeburger

By plane, train, or automobile, Sheridan Journals is on the move this spring, making stops at a number of conferences across the country.

First up, Sheridan Journal team members will be attending the Association of American Publisher’s...

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12.20.12
by Tim Hurd

Hello everyone,

As follow-up to my STM Publishing innovations blog post earlier this year I am sending along a two-part blog entry by George Lossius, CEO at Publishing Technology. (www....

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12.17.12
by Susan Parente

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You may have seen this phenomenon at your local Best Buy, but get ready – your neighborhood post office may now also sell...

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12.04.12
by Laura Baker

Digital printing has come a long way over the years, and the use of digital inkjet print technology by publishers is on the rise.  InterQuests’ 2010 Book Report predicts that digital manufacturing, which currently accounts for 4% of all...

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11.06.12
by Susan Parente

Are you considering moving your journal publications to an online-only format? As you consider that option, be aware that many subscribers still want the option to obtain a print copy. You need to have a strategy for meeting readers’ print copy...

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10.15.12
by Susan Parente

Producing a publication is like wrestling an octopus: Every time you pin down an arm, another reaches up to grab you. It can be difficult for publishers to keep up with the seemingly infinite number of tasks that go into creating a successful...

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10.02.12
by Tim Hurd

Every year at this time I take a look around to see what has emerged as STM publishing innovations during the past six to twelve months. And, I always take another assessment in April of the next year to see what may have changed.

This...

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