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Fast-print.net at LBF 2012 | Printers Are Not Publishing Services

Fast-print.net at LBF 2012 | Printers Are Not Publishing Services

A few years ago TIPM did do a full review of Fast-print.net (owned by PrintonDemand Worldwide)and I later withdrew the review from the magazine for reasons explained here. So it was interesting when I learned a few months ago PrintonDemand would be a primary sponsor of the event. I should add that the PrintonDemand booth

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Lightning Source Expand Print Operations With EPAC Print Agreement

Lightning Source is to expand its global print operations with the announcement of a licensing agreement between Ingram Content Group and EPAC Print. From the press release: Ingram Content Group licenses EPAC Technologies book manufacturing technology and expands Lightning Source operations NASHVILLE, TN – Ingram Content Group today announced a licensing agreement with EPAC Technologies

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RTE Liveline Self-Publishing in Ireland | Analysis and Review

Image via Wikipedia It’s always a very heartening experience for me to hear or meet self-published authors gathered in one place at a particular time, whether that space is face to face, or listening to the experiences of so many Irish self-published authors on Tuesday afternoon on Joe Duffy’s national Livelineprogramme on RTE. You can

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Amazon Japan Launches Print-On-Demand Program for Publishers

Image via CrunchBase Amazon Japan has launched a print-on-demand program for publishers. From the press release: Amazon.co.jp today announced a new Print-on-Demand (POD) program for Books, which dramatically expands the selection of titles available to customers and offers publishers a cost-effective way to make the broadest possible range of their authors’ titles available. Using POD

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Ingram to Open POD Facility in Australia

Ingram to Open POD Facility in Australia Ingram Content Group announced plans to open a networked Lightning Source print-on-demand book production facility in Australia. The new Australian POD facility will manufacture both paperback and hardcover black and white interior books and should begin operation in June 2011. Related articles by Zemanta Ingram Content Group Expands

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