Dutch physician Lars Brouwers driving to Africa to deliver 3D printed hands

Flack Me

A physician from the Netherlands is attempting to drive to Sierra Leone in order to set up a program for 3D printing hand prostheses. 3D Printing Applications

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Print vs. Online Monitoring

Media Bullseye

Print Persists. While print-only publications are not that common, they can be of particular importance for some clients. Furthermore, print continues to play an important role internationally, as there are still a lot of publications that aren’t fully online.

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IFW Dresden fighting cervical cancer with 3D printed bull semen spermbots

Flack Me

Researchers from Germany's Institute for Integrative Nanosciences (IIN), IFW Dresden have developed 3D printed robots powered by bull sperm cells. 3D Printing ApplicationsThe bots can be loaded with a cervical cancer drug called doxorubicin hydrochloride and could one day be used to treat human patients.

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The value of print in today’s marketing

PR Daily

Digital efforts constitute the main course of our current marketing diet, but Vistaprint Corporate’s infographic reminds us that a sensible portion of print still deserves room on our plates. Print is expensive, but it has science-backed advantages over online content.

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What Type of Ad is Most Trusted by Internet Users?

Ishmael's Corner

The Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations. Techniques For Effective Business Communications. If the intended audience doesn’t trust the format of the ad, the actual content has no chance.

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JCPenney revives its print catalog

PR Daily

You may want to stop the death knell for printed content. Case in point: JCPenney, which has seen its share of financial woes in the past few years, is cranking up the printing presses and putting out a catalog for the first time in five years.

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3 arguments for the enduring power of print

PR Daily

For years, the print industry has seen a steady and drastic decline, but evidence suggests that its importance not only will remain relevant, but that it is making a comeback. More Americans prefer print books over e-readers, and more than 90 percent of adults read paper magazines.

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Print Producer - Colorado Spgs, CO

Flack Me

Company: Vladimir Jones Location: Colorado Spgs, Colorado Industry: Advertising - Creative Career Level: Mid Level Career (5+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor''s Job Status: Full Time Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

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Print Production Artist - Austin, TX

Flack Me

Company: EZCORP Location: Austin, Texas Industry: Marketing - Other Career Level: Mid Level Career (5+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor''s Job Status: Full Time Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

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Why the printed press release is all but dead

PR Daily

PR seems to be waiting for the death of the paper press release as impatiently as it’s been waiting for the advent of the Mobile Age. Why is the old press release losing importance so quickly? The answer is simple: The vast majority of its recipients can’t be bothered to read it.

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Can Print Still Flourish in The Age of Digital? An Interview with Star Tribune Magazine’s Sue Campbell

MaccaPR

Has digital media – from Huffington Post , Google News and BuzzFeed to Kindle e-books, Twitter and (God help us) more than 8 million blogs – finally vanquished Print? Recent headlines provide brutal evidence: Condé Nast announced last December it was shutting down the print version of Self magazine to go online-only. In the words of Ruth Jamieson’s new book on the indie mag explosion, “Print Is Dead. Long Live Print”! Our new magazine really is a print product.

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Microsoft's viral age-guessing tool comes with fine print

PR Daily

If you’re a frequent social media user, you’ve probably seen photos of people with little yellow and orange icons above their faces with a number. They’re using a Microsoft product called how-old.net. It’s supposed to predict the age you look in that photo, and it’s kind of a cool feature.

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Creative Designer (Print & Web) - Ithaca, NY

Flack Me

Company: Ithaca College Location: Ithaca, New York Industry: Advertising - Other

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Media interview tips: How to prepare for TV, radio and print media interviews

Public Relations Sydney

When you’re asked to be interviewed in the media , it’s important to know that each medium – radio, TV and print – have specific requirements you should understand before the interview. Print.

In-House Graphic Designer (Print & Web) - Menomonee Fls, WI

Flack Me

Company: McDermott Cue Location: Menomonee Fls, Wisconsin Industry: New Media - Design Career Level: Entry Level (less than 1 yr experience) Minimum Education: None Required Job Status: Full Time Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

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Full Time Senior Designer / Art Director (Print) - Washington

Flack Me

Company: Brainstorm Creative Resources (DC-based recruiter) Location: Washington, District of Columbia Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Mid Level Career (5+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: None Required Salary Range: $55,000 - $85,000

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Newspaper SOS: Why print publications are in desperate need of PR

PR Daily

We know that, as quaint as it sounds in this digital age, nothing tops a story in print. In my last newsroom, working for Ohio’s largest newspaper, I didn’t have my own desk.

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"It was just on the web site, not in print."

Bad Pitch Blog

But if a client is (still) questioning the value of online placement vs. print placement, you should show them this video. I''ve heard the headline of this post from clients and colleagues in the past. You probably have too. Sure nothing can compare to actually holding the fruit of your labor.

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Writing What They Don’t Want To Read: Bad News In Print

Waxing UnLyrical

I’m going to be discussing how to deliver bad business news in print, which I think is more important because of the fact that people keep records of bad news the way they keep lottery tickets: just in case. Writing What They Don’t Want To Read: Bad News In Print.

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Media Squeeze — and Watermelon Explosion — Described by the NY Times Presents an Opportunity for PR

Ishmael's Corner

Journalism New York Times Visual Storytelling brand journalism business communication BuzzFeed corporate media digital media journalism business long-form journalism media properties paid media print media sponsored content storytelling storytelling in business communications target audience the New York Times traditional journalismThe Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations. Techniques For Effective Business Communications.

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The Joy a Newspaper Brings

Waxing UnLyrical

Communication Personal Shonali Burke newspapers will not die print media world cupI had a delightful surprise waiting for me this morning.

Those Who Hesitate Are Lost

Bad Pitch Blog

Today’s TV, radio, and print news is already 24/7. Anderson Cooper media news cycle print media web coverage wire services Our media has Attention Deficit Disorder.

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Why Do PR People Bother With Insolent Clients? I Mean, Really

Bad Pitch Blog

To the stubborn ones I offer a solution: Want print? One dude (also young) was interviewed for a major print magazine and at the end said, with me on the line: “So is this for the magazine?” bad clients insolent people Laermer rant print media trendspotting Web promotion

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2016 PRTech Awards Recap

AirPR

For the last half decade, PR software providers have built technologies around third party data from web crawlers, social media sites, TV and radio broadcasts, and print […].

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Canon All in One Printer ONLY $49.99 (Reg $199.99)

Mora Communications

Canon All in One Printer ONLY $49.99 (Reg $199.99) Print great quality photos and documents with this Canon – PIXMA TS9020 Wireless All-In-One Printer – White/Black that is available for ONLY $49.99

How to Self-Publish Your Content Cheap and Quick

Cision

It belongs to a group of self-publishing services that enable you to do most of the work yourself, which substantially lessens the price to print. It is a free-standing print-on-demand machine that will publish your book immediately upon order.

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Do We Really Have a Free Press?

HMA Public Relations

News broke last week that Sinclair Broadcast Group had its anchors from across the country recite the same scripted anti-print media message on camera.

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How the Canadian Newspaper Industry Can Adapt to Changes

Business Wire

Perhaps none have been affected more than print newspapers. So they’re doing audio, they’re doing video, print, and I just admire the skill that is required now to do credible journalism and to do it fast.”

AirPR Interview Series: Jon Gelberg, Inc. Media’s Executive Editor of Content Strategies

AirPR

I was a print journalist for a dozen years, then made the leap into digital in the late 90s. “I’ve been telling stories in one way or another my entire life.”. Jon Gelberg, Inc.

4 tips to navigate the nontraditional media

Axia PR

With today’s ever-changing landscape of technology, the shuttering of brick-and-mortar businesses and media outlets popping up or leaving the industry, many believe that print media is dead and, along with it, public relations. However, PR is far from dead. Media Relations Public Relations Featured

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A Journalist’s POV: 3 Questions From A PR Agency

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Recognize that publications often have a “digital first” mindset in addition to thinking about print products. AHF has a print magazine, a website, and a digital newsletter. In public relations, it’s often said that you’re only as good as your media contacts.

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What communicators can learn from Kate Spade’s digital strategy

Media Bullseye

Print’s decline. It’s no secret that in recent years, print media and advertising have struggled. Digital ad spending is on the rise, with advertisers spending less money on print ads. How many brand accounts do you follow on social media? Probably at least one.

PR Tips For Successful Media Training

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Typically PR teams prepare spokespeople for different types of media – broadcast, print, online as well as different formats. It’s hard to overstate the importance of quality media-interview preparation to a successful public relations program.

Nailing the Facebook Image: Handy Cheat Sheet

Flack's Revenge

Bookmark, download or print the cheat sheet below and share it with your team of social media content creators, digital marketers and graphic designers. To properly target and engage your audience on Facebook, you need impressive visual assets.

PR Advantages of Pitching Trade Press

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Digital and print trades in a given sector are tantamount to a virtual business community. Every B2B tech PR person dreams of the splashy feature that will help make their company brand instantly recognizable.

PR Secrets To Securing Speaking Engagements

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

We are no exception, with outreach occurring now in categories as varied as 3D printing, online advertising and wearable tech, to name a few. Though your speaker’s expertise may be 3D printing for example, is a 3D printing conference the best option?

Forget the media kit; think robust newsroom

Axia PR

Seasoned PR pros may remember printing countless press releases, fact sheets and biographies to include in perfectly curated media kits. 8 items to include in your company’s online newsroom. Media kits of yesterday were helpful leave-behinds, however, today they’re dinosaurs. Digital media kits – or online newsrooms – are an easy way for media to access key information and assets. Media Relations Public Relations Featured News Release

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Fast, Fleeting and Fake: Why Today’s Media Landscape Needs You

Stern + Associates

We’re no longer consuming news from a print newspaper delivered to our door in the morning. The media is responding to the current digital climate. Most of us also aren’t. The post Fast, Fleeting and Fake: Why Today’s Media Landscape Needs You appeared first on Stern Strategy Group. Marketing/PR Strategy Media Relations Thought Leadership Journalism media landscape Social Media

Interactive marketing made simple

PR Daily

Does that mean printed marketing materials are a thing of the past? A new digital marketing trend enhances boring, old print materials and makes them interactive—and much more appealing to consumers. How augmented reality can bring print to life.

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The NALA: Cision’s PR Software Earns Agency Clients More Media Coverage

Cision

Since partnering with Cision and leveraging its press release distribution capabilities, the NALA’s clients have garnered television appearances and radio interviews, earned mentions in major local print and online articles and received an influx of donations for charity drives.