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One of the most compelling reasons to continue to use print publications is redundancy -- repetition of messages is a big advantage, particularly when it comes to communicating complicated messages," notes a communication specialist at a global Fortune 500 company.
During a downsizing or restructuring, for example, print publications have the space to dedicate to the specifics and behind-the-scenes details.
The changes will result in the loss of approximately 15 positions in the CNI newsroom as job duties connected to print publications are reduced.
The price of print publications, however, escalated faster than the CPI.
Many traditional functions remain, however, such as the routing of print publications to staff.
The contract is for Prepress and print publications for the City of Krakow in 2015.
Part 1 - Prepress and print publications for the Department of Environmental listed in Annex 1 to the contract for lot 1.
RELATED ARTICLE: The Newsletter on Newsletters 2001 Newsletter Awards Competition Special Synergy Gold Award for Best Use of Online Resources to Complement Print Publications
With 2005 revenue from continuing operations of $822 million, its properties comprise over 100 brands that connect buyers and sellers through print publications, Internet, events, merchandise and video programs in two market segments:
The two have entered into a venture to distribute Harvard's existing print publications, as well as reports, internet and intranet products and services for consumers, corporations and managed care organizations under the Harvard Medical School imprimatur.
Freedom Communications, headquartered in Irvine, California, is a national, privately owned information and entertainment company of print publications, broadcast television stations and interactive businesses.
Ultimately, we will be able to produce a variety of monthly, weekly and daily print publications and even customized headline e-mail alerts across all areas of media," Brill said, including the television, cable, movie, video-on-demand, book publishing, magazine, newspaper and online content industries.
With 2005 revenue of $984 million (including discontinued operations not yet sold or shut down), its properties comprise over 100 brands that connect buyers and sellers through print publications, Internet, events, merchandise and video programs in two market segments:
With 2005 revenue of $984 million, its properties comprise over 100 brands that connect buyers and sellers through print publications, Internet, events, merchandise and video programs in three market segments:
With 2005 revenue of $990 million, its properties comprise over 100 brands that connect buyers and sellers through print publications, Internet, events, merchandise and video programs in three market segments: