The Impressions Xchange podcast is where all topics impacting the graphic imaging community and printing industry are addressed via in-depth news coverage, analysis and timely interviews. Hosted by the editors-in-chief of the printing industry's leading publications, each episode features interviews and insights bridging the commercial, packaging, wide-format, and in-plant communities.

In the latest Impressions Xchange podcast episode, Bob Neubauer, editor of In-plant Impressions, talks with the directors of three large university print and mail operations about how they are coping during the COVID-19 crisis now that their campuses are closed and most of their print work has disappeared.

In this podcast you’ll hear from Katy Folk-Way, director of Creative Communications at the University of Washington; John Sarantakos, director of Printing, Mailing & Document Services at the University of Oklahoma; and Jeffrey Gworek, director of Yale Printing & Publishing Services. They’ll discuss the types of jobs their in-plants have been printing during the pandemic, staffing and procedure changes they have implemented, how they are dealing with the loss of revenue during the campus shutdown, and their plans for reopening.

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