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TEMBEC COATED PAPER GROUP


February 6, 2006

Tembec Coated Paper Group P. O. Box 878 2105 Hwy. LA 964 S. St. Francisville, LA 70775 Phone: 800-527-4897 Fax: 225-635-4519 Contact: Blair Alford, VP Sales, Marketing & Customer Service

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FRYE PUBLICATION CONSULTING


February 6, 2006

Frye Publication Consulting 614 1/2 South Fourth Avenue, Suite D P.O. Box 908 Hailey, ID 83333-0908 Phone: 208-788-5110 Fax: 208-788-5453 Website: www.stevefrye.com Contact: Steven W. Frye, Sr. Consultant Email: steve@stevefrye.com

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The Workflow Challenge


January 28, 2006

Despite the influx of technologies that should make magazine workflow easier, the process of producing a magazine and bringing together all the components;editing, advertising, art;and sending it in a workable file to the printer is getting no less difficult or complicated.

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Is PR the First Word in Press?


January 28, 2006

Sometimes I think that George Orwell had it about right when he said that journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed; everything else is public relations. I was reminded of this when a publisher recently asked me to critique a b-to-b publication that she sensed was starting to soften editorially.

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The Move To Digital Prepress, CTP, And Soft Proofing


January 26, 2006

Digital production, embraced today by publishers and printers alike, now defines the trafficking, integration, and distribution of both advertising and editorial materials. Publishers receive ads via email, tap into their printer's workflow to make changes on the fly, check and approve pages on Web-based proofing sites, and communicate with their printer online in real time.

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Regional Magazine Glut


January 26, 2006

Regional magazines are consumer publishing's hottest category. It's also the category most likely to be a victim of its own success as the number of magazines serving the same market grow to ridiculous proportions.

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Trying Blogging On For Size


January 26, 2006

by Dale Buss Publishers and editors remain split on the value of blogs to their readers, their publications and their brands, and they're even divided on what makes a good blog. But many agree it isn't too risky or costly to find out whether their prejudices are correct.

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