Being a publisher has never been an easy challenge
Being a publisher has never been an easy challenge. It was not enough to master the skills of editorial, circulation and advertising you also needed to understand print and distribution. A little bit about negatives, maybe bag tags and color separationsﾅnot any more.
Today it’s: PVDS, Podcasting, PDFx1a, T-1, Closed Loop Color Control, RSS and Co-Mailing. At some point you need to focus on your core competencies of developing brilliant editorial, servicing your customers and satisfying your readers. You need a partnerﾅan information factoryﾅ if you will, one that acts as a catalyst to produce distributes your content in print, on the web, digitally and ways yet to be determined.
At Fry Communications we are pleased to partner with Folio: to offer you this Print Channel as a primary resource for you to explore ways to adopt these new technologies and techniques. This Channel is your "go to" source for : enhancing quality, improving distribution costs, compressing production times, increasing your selling window and contemplating products / brand opportunities.. You will also find out how to choose the correct print partner and techniques for your publication brand. A business partner that meets your needs now and in the future.
As a publisher, you know how you have evolved. We’re here to reassure you that your printer has evolved too. Fry’s continued investment in technologies that go beyond print production has placed us at the forefront of these evolving technologies and scope of service.
Fry today is an information factory, which works to publish your magazine in print and a whole variety of mediums. Digital editions, PDA, RSS feeds, podcasts, and whatever new format comes down the road next month or next year. From web presses ﾅto the world wide web.
We hope you find this channel a valuable resource as you make your way through this new world of printing and beyond. Check back often for updates – you don’t want to get left behind. We are eager to hear your feedback.
Fry Communications, Inc.
Stephen J. Grande