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BuddyApp WordPress theme for Intranet/Extranet or any community. DOCUMENT Strategy Media - Content, Collaboration, Technology, GovernanceDOCUMENT Strategy MediaDocument Strategy Media. State of the Market: Transactional Printing - DOCUMENT Strategy Media. Many people are quick to point out that transactional printing is a declining market, but then again, most printing markets are.

State of the Market: Transactional Printing - DOCUMENT Strategy Media

Overall book manufacturing is shrinking; direct mail is significantly down compared to its all-time high in 2006; magazines, newspapers, you name it. The main difference with the transactional market is that it is dominated by digital printing. In most other print markets, while conventional ink on paper processes continue to dominate, digital print volume is increasing to accommodate shorter print runs and just-in-time inventory. By our estimation, in recent years, the transactional printing market in North America has declined at a rate of about two percent to three percent per year—not a disastrous decline but enough to shake things up.

Choose Print. Critical Thinking: How Can Publishers Change the Perception That Print is Dying? – Editor & Publisher. “How can publishers change the perception that print is dying?”

Critical Thinking: How Can Publishers Change the Perception That Print is Dying? – Editor & Publisher

Alex Delaney-Gesing, 21, senior, Kent State University (Kent, Ohio) Delaney-Gesing is a magazine journalism major. She is currently serving as the summer editor for Kent State’s student-run newspaper, The Kent Stater, and writes for the university’s student magazine, The Burr. Where did this notion that print is on the decline come from? The rise of the digital age?