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ADVANCED NEWSPAPER TECHNOLOGY

ADVANCED NEWSPAPER TECHNOLOGY

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[we are aware description does not match video. the metadata police have been dispatched to resolve this situation. an update will be forthcoming.] 1979 SCIENCE WORLD 1B - ADVANCED NEWSPAPER TECHNOLOGY, 1979. ARC Identifier 54759 / Local Identifier 306.9720. A BRIEF HISTORY OF PRESS TECHNOLOGY FROM THE ORIGINAL HAND-DRIVEN PRESS TO THE PRESENT WORLD OF COMPUTERIZED STORY BANKS, MEMORY DISCS, VIDEO- TERMINALS, AND COMPUTER/PHOTO PRINTING TECHNIQUES, ADVANCES WHICH HAVE BROUGHT THE COST OF NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION DOWN TO ONE-FIFTH OF WHAT IT WAS 25 YEARS AGO. U.S. Information Agency. (1982 - 10/01/1999) Made possible by a donation from John and Paige Curran.
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