Print facilities may be closing - often to release the value of city real estate - but a number of new projects give hopoe for the future of printed newspapers.
Everything you need to get a newspaper out, from treadmills and snow-ploughs to world-renowned print technology is up for grabs in an auction next month.
While an increasing number of print sites are closing, the Post and Courier Charleston, South Carolina, is installing a new press as an alternative to updating its existing double-width line.
German regional newspaper printer Rheinisch-Bergische Druckerei is updating press systems to enable planning and analysis of its production.
The six-tower Goss Magnum Compact at Staten Island Advance - the world's first installation of the groundbreaking quick-change press - is to be relocated.
German regional publisher Presse-Druck und Verlags is upgrading planning and management software technology at its plant in Augsburg.
Small newspapers changing hands has seen demand for as well as the availability of some classic smaller press designs.
The New York Times is upgrading presses at its College Point facility to embrace closed-loop colour control, nearly eight years after it began investigating the technology.
The flags are out at ImpressionsWorldwide's headquarters in Burlington, following an order from a printer in Indonesia.
Readers of News Corp's flagship The Australian have been given details of the new west Melbourne print site it is developing under a ten-year lease.
A Goss Metro with no four-highs is being upgraded with closed-loop registration and colour density in a new US project.
While print sites are shutting in other parts of the world because of COVID-19, a significant press project is pushing ahead in Spokane in the US Northwest.
A three-stage press installation at Stuart Web in Florida has transformed the commercial printer's single-width press, virtually without upsetting production.
A recently-acquired Goss Universal 50 at leading Colombian newspaper Vanguardia Liberal is to have its QI Press Controls' colour register and cut-off system updated.
When Gerhard Tapken bought the newspaper printing company of which he was managing director in 2018, "many people thought I was crazy".
Three elderly but trusted Harris web presses are now 'state-of-the-art', thanks to new control technology.
Consistent performance over a decade and millions of copies has helped QIPC/EAE to an upgrade order from one of China's biggest media groups.
A five-tower press relocated from Malaysia is to be the centrepiece of a comprehensive upgrade for New Zealand's Beacon Print in Whakatāne.
Papua New Guinea's daily Post-Courier newspaper is 50 this year, with a late birthday present arriving to cement its commitment to print.
Spokane, Washington, daily the Spokesman-Review is replacing its double width presses in the city with a eight-tower single-width press in a new factory.
With a gathering for waterless printers in September and an IfraExpo address by managing director Paul Huybrechts this month, developments at Coldset Printing Partners have been the focus of much attention.
A KBA Colora installed for joint venture Borås Tidning Tryckeri in 2002 is being upgraded as one of the original partners regains ownership of its Viared printshop.
A hybrid press - including units dating to more than three decades ago - will be only the third in France to install QI Press Controls closed-loop colour system.
Persgroep Printing in Best is taking the opportunity of a colour registration upgrade to modernise all the control systems on its three Wifag Evolution OF 375S presses.
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