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USPS Rate Increase Denied

In a unanimous decision,

 

Pre-show Events and Why You Should Not Leave Early

As I write this I am preparing for the Owners conference (

 

IRS to stop mailing income tax forms

The Internal Revenue Service plans to stop mailing paper income tax forms. The IRS cites (PDF) continued growth in electronic filing and cost cutting for the change. According to the IRS nearly 100 Million people prepared and filed their taxes electronically in 2009. The Washington Post reports the change will save the agency $10 million a year in printing and postage costs.

 

Mailers Sent More Standard Mail in August

Standard Mail volume increased 11%

 

J.C. Penney to Quit Catalogs

J.C. Penney continues its shift to electronic media with plans to quit is traditional catalog business in favor of e-commerce and retail store sales. This announcement comes the company discontinued its “Big Book” catalogs last Fall.

 

Leverage Web-to-Print to Boost Channel Partner Marketing

Companies that sell through channel partners such as distributors,

 

USPS’ Financial Stability Is Aim of New Bill

Sen.

 

Opportunities Grow to Offer Digital Postal Mail

Digital postal mail services provider Zumbox wants consumers to be able to access all of their transactional mail in one central digital repository.

 

Boarman nomination as Public Printer still on hold

Despite being sent out of the Senate Rules and Administration Committee on July 20th for a vote on the Senate floor,

 

Content Marketing Takes Center Stage

Nine out of ten business-

 

Why Smaller Catalogs Are a Good Thing

Printers need to do more to help catalogers develop smaller books that refer back to a Web site and can be widely distributed,

 

JDRF Looks to Customize Donor Communications

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (

 

Web-to-Print Makes Localized Marketing Easy and Affordable

One of the most valuable features of today'

 

More Reasons for Customers to Use 1:1 Print

According to research conducted by Zussi Research for the digital marketing show ad:

 

Is it too early or too late to migrate newspapers and books to e-readers?

Last week we talked about a report by Macquarie media that concluded that “dropping print editions of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age and delivering content via e-

 

Industry Veteran Dick Gorelick Passes Away

Dick Gorelick passed away on September 12,

 

Talbots Reinvests in Brand, Increases Catalog Circulation

Following a period of financial hardship,

 

Direct Mail Research: A Great Door Opener With Customers

Recently,

 

Direct Marketers See Better Results in Q2

Second quarter results for direct marketers reflect improvements in sales,

 

BoSacks Speaks Out: Fear Losing Control to Apple

What do you do with the proverbial 800 pound gorilla,

 

Publishers Giving Away E-Readers and Shutting Down Presses?

We have been talking about changing business models for charging for content in print vs.

 

Updated E-Book Primer Report Now Available!

Unless you’ve been stranded on a Scandinavian fjord for the past year,

 

XRGA: New Graphic Arts Standard from X-Rite

In mid-September, X-Rite will release XRGA, an ISO-compliant metrology standard for the graphic arts industry that is designed to take advantage of advances in color science and new international standards to provide a way to reduce measurement discrepancies between legacy instruments previously developed by X-Rite and GretagMacbeth.

 

How to Lose a Prospect in 30 Seconds

In one of the LinkedIn discussions,

 

A Printing Office: Franchise Printer in New Jersey Takes Stand Against Hunger in Its Hometowns

The New Jersey towns of Summit and New Providence are among the most upscale in the state. Household incomes are high, home prices remain strong, and local amenities are first-class. Nevertheless, some residents of these affluent communities are going hungry—an inequity that the area’s AlphaGraphics franchise is working to eliminate.

 

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