The Knoxville News-Sentinel Breaks Ground On New Facility
Press release from the issuing company
Alan Horton (left), senior vice president - newspapers for E.W. Scripps, affixes his signature to the concrete slab that will be placed at the new facility as Mayor Victor Ashe looks on. Greg Harabin (background), MAN Roland, watches the signing.
The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Knoxville, Tennessee, a unit of Scripps Howard, Inc., placed the order for the new REGIOMAN presses from MAN Roland.
The order includes two 70,000 cph four-page-across, one-around, shaftless motor-per-bridge presses last year. They will replace presses installed in 1964 and will significantly expand the newspaper's color and paging capacity while also improving pressroom productivity.
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