Kodak Co.

Speed, Color and Innovation in Digital Print
March 22, 2012

PR agency duomedia hosted an event in Lisbon so some of its clients could fill us in on what to expect at drupa. The answer is quite a bit, especially on the equipment side where I hang out.

Hybrid: Lateral Thinking to Invigorate Print
March 13, 2012

Four-color hybrid imaging isn’t going to save printing, but it represents the requisite forward-thinking that will create new applications and keep print relevant as most markets shrink. In order to compete with electronic media and new channels, we’re going to have to think laterally and mash things up to drive new markets and applications.

OPM, Digital Publishing Solutions
March 31, 2011

Learn how OPM, decreases turnaround time and expands their automated book solutions for major publishing customers.

RotOce'an Offers Same Day Publications
March 24, 2011

Kodak Versamark VL4200 provides digital print solution for same day distribution of major French publications on remote island. With the added benefit of regional advertising added to the publication.

Harlequin Exec Says E-Books Will Not Replace P-Books (Part 1)
March 17, 2011

This interview with Jim Robinson from Harlequin Enterprises was conducted after Kodak's "Future of Book Publishing" roundtable at the New York Public Library. The forum assembled key members of the publishing industry, including a retailer, a printer, a publisher, a distributor and an author. The objective was to foster a dialogue among key industry leaders on trends, strategic approaches, successes and future direction.

Patrick Henry of WhatTheyThink.com Says E-Books Will Not Replace P-Books
March 10, 2011

This interview with Patrick Henry from WhatTheyThink.com was conducted after Kodak's "Future of Book Publishing" roundtable at the New York Public Library. The forum assembled key members of the publishing industry, including a retailer, a printer, a publisher, a distributor and an author. The objective was to foster a dialogue among key industry leaders on trends, strategic approaches, successes and future direction.

Experiencing a New Dimension of Print
March 10, 2011

We are a sensual species. The more of our five senses we use, the more memorable the experience. This certainly extends to print, yet nearly all digitally printed pages involve only our sense of sight.

Jim Milliot of Publisher's Weekly Says E-Books Will Not Replace P-Books
March 3, 2011

This interview with Jim Milliot from Publisher's Weekly was conducted after Kodak's "Future of Book Publishing" roundtable at the New York Public Library. The forum assembled key members of the publishing industry, including a retailer, a printer, a publisher, a distributor and an author. The objective was to foster a dialogue among key industry leaders on trends, strategic approaches, successes and future direction.

Moderator - Jim Milliot, Publisher's Weekly
Panelists -
Jim Robinson, Harlequin Enterprises Ltd
Paul Morgan, Lulu.com
Larry Bennett, Baker & Taylor
Melinda Roberts, Author, "Mommy Confidential"
Craig Bauer, Hachette Publishing
Jac Garner, Webcrafters Inc
Jeffery Mathews, Scholastic