6 per year
ProPrint is a people-focused magazine, with a heavier emphasis on the people that run the machines, with less large blocks of text, and more social content.
ProPrint has captured a younger audience in the printing industry and is published bi-monthly. It performs particularly well online, and on social media platforms, where readers regularly interact with the content, share it with friends and tag them in posts.
With ProPrint’s people focus it breaks down the heavier content to be more easily digestible, while also supplying readers with a steady supply of print related news. ProPrint features and hosts the Power 50 each November/December, now heading into its tenth year. The Power 50 is well regarded in the industry and all votes are independently verified by a private auditing company. Extensions of the Power 50 brand have led to the Emerging 50 brand and could also lead to forums with industry leaders on what they consider to be imperative for the longevity and viability of the industry.
It’s Q&A section profiles a different printer each edition, asking casual, fun, lighthearted questions giving readers a different side to printers.
The ProPrint Star Business segment takes a detailed look at a single company that is performing strongly, looking at its strategy, size, growth. It may also look at printers that are doing something differently and seeing results come through that process.The Peter Kohn technology focus pieces give more of a technical breakdown of market technology, while the Leon Gettler pieces look at more business-related topics. Frank Romano also provides his perspective on the industry, often by looking into the past and comparing it with today.
Made an Impression highlights the strong work an individual business has been doingin the past month, while its Print by Numbers section gives quick facts on the stateof the industry, weaving the figures in with content in the magazine.
Peter Kohn, who produces the technology pieces, which look at a different focusarea each issue, whether it is high-speed inkjet, wide-format, MIS/W2P, etc.
Leon Gettler, a lawyer by trade who writes on industrial relations, business plans,and legal knots to tie Frank Romano, elder statesmen of the printing industry andemeritus professor at Rochester Institute of Technology in New York. Romano isa world-renowned authority on graphic communications, printing, publishing andelectronic publishing.
Editor: Sheree Young
Publisher: James Wells
Advertising: Carmen Ciappara