This Week with Frank Romano: Print is dead. Long live print!
Published on April 28, 2010
This week Frank reviews his mail and finds several postcards and direct mailers. Frank takes issue with an article that talks about the death of print, reviews a Pew study that finds the Internet growing as a source of news, and comments on digital coupons surpassing newspapers. Kids counterfeiting and Manhattan restaurants are among the other things Frank has to share this week.
If You Were a Printer, You'd Be Home By Now
Published: April 20, 2018
Those wonderful old buildings that housed printing and typesetting companies in the downtown areas of many cities are now being converted into condos and apartments. From Boston to New York to Chicago, those iconic buildings are becoming someone’s home.
The Evolution of Dscoop
Published: April 19, 2018
Jon Bailey, CEO of UK-based Proco and Dscoop board member, talks about the evolution of Dscoop from a US event to a series of worldwide events and now an online community via the new Dscoop.com platform.
King Printing's Approach to Book Manufacturing with Production Inkjet
Published: April 18, 2018
Elizabeth Gooding talks with Martin Aalsma, VP at King Printing. King Printing was an early adopter of production inkjet for book manufacturing. Aalsma talks about building efficiency in book manufacturing with smart workflow driving production inkjet.
Avery Dennison Makes Cut Vinyl User-Friendly
Published: April 17, 2018
Patti Draper Doychak, Senior Marketing Communications Manager for Avery Dennison, describes new innovations in cut vinyl. Easier weeding with a re-engineered adhesive, a larger color palette, and longer-lasting adhesive all give the client more choices and a better-quality vinyl product.
ISA Provides Year-Round Resources for the Sign Industry
Published: April 16, 2018
Lori Anderson, President and CEO of the International Sign Association (ISA), shares the many ways ISA helps members of the sign industry. Beyond the annual Sign Expo, in which professionals can learn about new technologies, ISA is active in advocacy for companies in relation to sign codes and regulations, as well as helping educate students about the opportunities available to them after high school.
Frank On Friday: The Binds That Tie
Published: April 13, 2018
Frank receives a challenge from Professor Frank Cost at RIT. Frank Cost discovered the McMaster-Carr catalog at 4,040 pages and wants to know if there are any bound books with more pages. Frank is up to the challenge.