December 1998
Editor & Publisher;12/12/98, Vol. 131 Issue 50, p54
Trade Publication
Presents news items on technological innovations in newspaper publishing in the United States for the week of December 12, 1998. Includes Gannett Supply Corp.'s beta testing of computer-to-plate output for `USA Today'; Thermostar direct-output plates of Bayer Corp.'s Agfa division; Monotype Systems Inc.'s appointment as Tecsa Ltd.'s distributor.


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