Dow Jones Reduces WSJ Width
NEW YORK—Dow Jones & Co. has selected Goss International for a web-width reduction project to support the changing product size of its flagship publication, The Wall Street Journal, at eight of its printing plants. Goss will make adjustments to 10 Metro-Offset and Metroliner presses at eight Dow Jones production sites. Providing parts, engineering and installation services, Goss will reduce the widths from 60˝ to 48˝ on each press. The new format begins in January.
PI Among Top Trade Magazines
PHILADELPHIA—PRINTING IMPRESSIONS magazine ranked 63rd in BtoB magazine’s Top 100 trade publications list based on 2005 revenues. The listing, featured in BtoB’s March 13th issue, based PI’s revenue on 932 advertising pages. PRINTING IMPRESSIONS and Packaging Digest (ranked 88th) were the only printing industry-related publications on the list.