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Friday
Aug272010

Is Print Dead? (Infographic)

We all know the newspaper industry has been hit long before the economic downturn of 2009.  As a magazine designer for a newspaper company, I was curious as to how the industry is doing as a whole: What parts of the industry have the most growth?  Where are the jobs?  Is employment falling?  How do books, magazines and newspapers compare with "new media"?

Here's some stats showing a few of the more interesting sectors packaged with some editoral illustration. Make sure you check out the references for links to more numbers coming out of the industry.

 

 

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Print isn't dead. The classic rules of newspaper layout can also teach us about graphic designer: the best newspaper page designs have clear headlines, excellent flow, relate photos to their stories and have informative captions that add more to the related stories.

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