Julie Greenbaum is a contributor to Printing Impressions

To celebrate its 20th year in business, Paradigm Digital Color Graphics held a customer appreciation day yesterday with food, drinks, door prizes and a tour of the company’s new facility. The event drew a large turnout and tours were provided to showcase the company’s prepress, offset, digital and wide-format capabilities. In addition to spotlighting the company's facility, special attention was given during the open house to the shop's Ryobi 750G sheetfed offset press.

The Graphic Arts Association (GAA) is proud to announce the Neographics Power of Print and Best of Category winners for 2009.  More than 300 representatives of the printing industry were in attendance on May 7, 2009 at the Union League in Philadelphia as the awards were presented. Fifty-five of the nearly 400 entries were chosen as Best of Category.

The Printing Industries of America/Graphic Arts Technical Foundation (PIA/GATF) is pleased to announce the installation of its 2009 Officers and Board of Directors. An installation ceremony took place on November 16, 2008 at PIA/GATF's Fall Administrative Meetings.

Digital Color Graphics does not want to be a six-color operation—just yet. For today, owner John Rosenthal is content aspiring to rule the short-run printing market. BY CAROLINE MILLER It's good to be the king, and that's exactly what John Rosenthal, owner of Digital Color Graphics, wants to be. "I want to become the king of—and the benchmark for—all small printing companies in the country," he states. Still, rising to the top can be a challenge, especially in the crowded and competitive commercial printing market. However, for the past two and a half years, Digital Color Graphics, located in Southampton, PA, a Philadelphia suburb,

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