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core print

[′kȯr ‚print]
(metallurgy)
A projection on a cylindrical casting pattern which supports a core.
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ENGEL: Core print advertising for all newspapers is still the most profitable product.
It will involve aggregating content from News International's core print titles, in addition to offering third-party content from rival publishers.
Having re-branded as HPM Group from Hillprint, the long established and well respected print company, the business objectives are to widen the services the company can offer in addition to the core print and finishing business.
Donelley's core print runs are split between gravure and offset, with no flexo to speak of.
Even as it transforms core print products digitally, McGraw-Hill is shedding those assets that don't fit its chief executive's focus on faster-growing businesses.
Louisville-based co-owners Denise Spalding and Jennifer Eberle invested in the press to strengthen its core print business and answer the call for short-run, customized jobs.
This interactive summit was meant to address these issues head-on; to build a strategic plan that places a value on our content, protects our core print business, extends the reach of our audience, and creates new revenue opportunities online.
All of these platforms work together to complement--and increase demand for--our core print product, the daily newspaper.
At core print surfaces, where a core surface is in contact with another solid part of the mold, gas does not normally flow unless channels have been cut into the mold to allow for venting.
Know your strengthsBennett and many others say the best approach is for newspaper editors and publishers to use the core print edition for the older reader, and focus on the Web and niche products for other readers, especially younger ones.
has upgraded its core print advertising preflight, proofing and delivery technology.
InnerWorkings was selected for its ecommerce site Inkchaser and the integration of the site with the Company's core print sourcing and procurement platform, PPM4[TM].