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Introduction

The importance of print varies by global region among INMA members, yet three truths bind the platform to every news media company: Print is the history of the industry, it historically has been the revenue model of the industry, and its future is always in question in our digital world. INMA content on print focuses on unique ways to engage audiences with a platform as unique as mobile, audio, and desktop. 

Dawn McMullan

— Dawn McMullan, INMA

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Le Devoir invites readers to pause for print

Le Devoir’s Pause Papier campaign directed readers’ interest back to printed versions of the newspaper.

03 November 2020

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‘Gazeta Przedwyborcza’ – a million copies distributed throughout Poland

From Monday 7 October 2019, the residents of over 100 Polish cities were the recipients of a million copies of ‘Gazeta Przedwyborcza’ – a free newspaper prepared by the editors of ‘Gazeta Wyborcza’ in relation to the upcoming parliamentary elections and handed out at train stations and in city centres ...

01 March 2020

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Axel Springer’s B.Z. sets world record with ad, infographic format

At the Axel Springer printing house in Ahrensburg, Olaf Kuchenbecker, record judge of the Record Institute of Germany, handed over the certificate for the biggest illustration ever published in a daily newspaper. Here’s how it came together.

13 July 2020

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This Newspaper is Pure Rubbish

The idea newspaper production and consumption might not be sustainable was creating some tension for our readers who love newspapers, but also care for the environment and are increasingly looking for ways to live more consciously.

There were many assumptions about the impact ...

01 March 2020

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Reduce The Use - Anti-plastic campaign

With Reduce the Use, HT aimed to Build Thought Leader Imagery and Reader Engagement. In order to solve for the issue, HT newspaper converted into a paper bag, readers were given simple instructions at the end of the page, following which the newspaper quickly be converted ...

01 March 2020

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Print innovation and the art of the possible at The New York Times

INMA Presentation File

22 May 2020

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Playbook for South Asia news media in 2021

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24 November 2020

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First News aims to be the one-stop global resource of news for children

First News shared with INMA members how the media organisation developed a newspaper for children, growing it into a global brand with multiple platforms.

18 November 2020

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Inspirations in a lockdown and where print goes after COVID-19

INMA Presentation File

05 May 2020

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Pandemic’s effects require strategic action from India’s print industry

Before the pandemic, print was the way Indian audiences consumed news. The coronavirus and subsequent lockdown are changing reader habits, moving from print toward digital. What does that mean for the long term in subscriptions and revenue?

13 April 2020

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Mumbai Mirror print, video initiative looks back to help city build future

To celebrate where Mumbai has been and look to what it could be in the future, Mumbai Mirror relied upon well-respected octogenarians and an innovative approach to its front page.

28 June 2020

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How to effectively and humanitarianly manage print in the times of COVID-19

INMA Presentation File

19 May 2020

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News Corp Australia’s Shine Awards brighten a dark year by honouring women

The Shine Awards magazine shares stories of the six winners and 18 finalists from across rural Australia. The campaign — which honours female talent — is now in its fourth year.

30 November 2020

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Metro stakes claim on the U.S. Hispanic market

Metro World News reached an untapped audience in Stockholm in 1995 by targeting print commuters on the subway. Now the news media company is using the same strategy to serve the large population of Hispanics living in the United States, using content created by Latinos for Latinos.

29 November 2020

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Reaching young readers with print

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18 November 2020

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Telegraph Women’s Sport changes the narrative for female athletes

As part of its new section, Telegraph Women's Sport introduced a campaign called “Girls, Inspired” to close the gender gap in school sports.

16 November 2020

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Grupo Milenio’s “Good News” Christmas project was a gift for audience, advertisers

In a multi-department effort, Grupo Milenio changed its content and distribution strategy to boost reader and advertiser engagement on Christmas Day.

15 November 2020

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JP/Politikens Hus’ Børneavisen attracts young readers to print

Children ages 9 to 12 are the target audience for the weekly print publication Børneavisen.

10 November 2020

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News Corp Australia's SMARTdaily reaches beyond COVID-19

SMARTdaily grew as an extension of the popular Hibernation section created during the height of the pandemic. The new section helps readers navigate the changing world they live in.

01 November 2020

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Straits Times makes sense of the pandemic for young readers

Finding a way to include young readers in discussions about the global pandemic became the main focus for the Straits Times Schools team, which tailored content for readers ages 10 to 16, provided free content to public schools, and used social media to engage with older students.

20 October 2020

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Times of India celebrates the power of #NewspaperMornings

The Times of India #NewspaperMornings campaign was created to remind readers of the unique relationship they share with their morning newspaper.

28 September 2020

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NWZ’s insect project engages readers, boosts subscriptions

In print and online, NWZ called on readers to create insect-friendly areas and report the number of square metres of those areas in the garden, on company premises, on the edge of a sports field, or even on a balcony. This call-to-action and content engaged readers, advertisers, and sought to make the world a better place.

23 September 2020

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Sunday Mid-day’s feel-good campaign helps Mumbai wind down

Embracing the essential idea of a Sunday — the day you’re allowed to do what you wish — Sunday Mid-day addresses a variety of people and their interests through its articles.

14 September 2020

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Times of India’s “Lost Votes” campaign ignites a mass movement, compels change

The Times of India’s “Lost Votes” campaign — joined by competing news media companies and social media influencers within the country — broke 70 years of silence and blaming voter apathy for low voter turnout, leading to the government taking responsibility.

24 August 2020

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Nine’s Ink platform integrates print, digital production in complex newsrooms

To assist its multiple mastheads in successfully delivering digital subscriptions growth while stabilising and sustaining multiple print editions, Nine built the innovative Ink platform.

23 August 2020

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The Times of India’s campaign finds Kolkata's Women Heroes

The Times of India’s Women Heroes campaign was designed to celebrate extraordinary women from ordinary walks of life. A total of 621 women were nominated, 1,313 women volunteered to support their hero’s cause, and women’s readership increased 2.8%.

03 August 2020

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The Big Issue pivots to support homeless vendors during lockdown

When the COVID-19 lockdown hit and put The Big Issue vendors — a vulnerable population of homeless — out of work, the magazine pivoted to raise community support for the publication and the vendors.

30 July 2020

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Diário de Notícias pulls back from print while acknowledging its benefits

Despite the major shift to digital, print still has some advantages as a marketing tool and among certain audiences.

23 July 2020

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What does Dagbladet’s digital growth in lockdown mean for its print future?

Dagbladet’s digital-first strategy prepared it for the global lockdown, but it also emphasised the precarious future for print newspapers.

20 July 2020

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Rashtradoot effectively and humanely managed print in early COVID days

As the COVID-19 pandemic shut down India, Rashtradoot made a strong commitment to its key employees and worked to ensure its circulation numbers stayed strong.

19 July 2020

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Diário de Notícias pulls back from print to focus on digital and paywall

Diário de Notícias ended its weekday print newspaper, publishing a print edition only on Saturday and moving toward digital and a paywall.

16 July 2020

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Vijay Karnataka puts a spotlight on distribution channel during pandemic

The VK Delivery Super Heroes campaign helped dispel rumours about COVID-19 while putting a spotlight on the people who deliver printed newspapers.

21 June 2020

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Vijay Karnataka’s VK Corona Guide creates COVID-19 awareness

The special tabloid addition covered a variety of coronavirus-related topics and was distributed to influential community members in advance. A total of 246 applicable advertisers were also involved.

31 May 2020

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6 publishers share how they follow audiences from platform to platform

The New York Times, Bonnier, Rede Gazeta, Globe and Mail, Alma Media, and Advance Local share with attendees at INMA’s Virtual World Congress how they are reaching audiences through their content — from print to texting to AI.

25 May 2020

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How to cover climate (and the unintended consequences)

INMA Presentation File

22 May 2020

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The Big Issue’s COVID pivot: Subscriptions, donations, downloads, and sales

INMA Presentation File

19 May 2020

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Making sense of the pandemic for young readers

INMA Presentation File

19 May 2020

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Indian media houses respond to national lockdown, myths about print contamination, community opportunities

The world's largest coronavirus lockdown began Tuesday evening in India, kicking off a 21-day struggle for everyone, including the nation’s news media companies. Publishers that rely on print distribution are facing myths of COVID-19 spread through newspapers as they fight fake news and work to get reliable journalism to their readers.

26 March 2020

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Focus on quality when it comes to print, The Guardian Weekly says

In a pro-digital age, The Guardian Weekly chose print for its relaunch. Why? Readers are looking for a different experience and high quality from print.

23 January 2020

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Guardian Weekly’s new design and print relaunch resonate with younger audiences

The Guardian’s director of print discusses how launching a redesigned print product resonated with new and younger audiences.

16 January 2020

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Partnership with star basketball player helps Bay Area News Group lift retention, subscriptions

Klay Thompson’s pre-game newspaper reading ritual is the inspiration behind a multi-year campaign that has effectively engaged audiences, boosted Bay Area News Group’s education programming, and given subscriptions and retention a lift.

13 January 2020

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How Guardian Weekly rebranded from a newspaper to glossy magazine

How The Guardian Weekly recently rebranded its century-old weekly newspaper into a glossy magazine.

02 January 2020

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Business models that are working globally for print medium

INMA Presentation File

22 November 2019

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What's the next page for print media?

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22 November 2019

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Debunking the myth about print media

INMA Presentation File

21 November 2019

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What brands want: The future of print

INMA Presentation File

21 November 2019

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