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Panpa Bulletin : July 2006
onference & Exhibition ast 28 – 30 august 2006 July 31 to secure your Early Bird discounts. ow. Or call ICMS on P: (+61 2) 9290 3366 INMA Sessions r Big Ideas and Big Trends In Newspaper Publishing r The Globe and Mail, Toronto, Canada: effective marketing case studies r INMA Developments r South China Morning Post’s Success: Case Study r Arizona Republic: case study r The U.K. paper experience: case study TECHNICAL Sessions r Junk IT and how to be PC with your old PC's r Energy and water saving requirements for Publishers r New innovations and solutions from Vendors r PANPA - PANPA specs update r Advanced Publishing solutions - Circulation r New technology r Digital ad transmission system, Web based r Saving waste with accurate production tracking r Digital Assets initiatives - creating a multimedia company (IT/Pre-press angle) r The new Adobe PDF RIP print engine r From the Nineties to the Naughties – panel reviewing the changes and technologies that have come and gone over the last 15 years and the changes still to come r Automated ad delivery systems – what’s most effective? How are they being used and what does the future hold? A panel session. r Color Management from proofing to press r Digitised storage solutions r Total production management – The Canadian experience r AM and AST (Alternate Screening Technology) Workflows r Digital Printing on Inkjet presses r A vision of closed loop - newspapers as associated newspapers r The new work choice legislation - What it means to employers r AM and AST (alternative screening technology) workflows - Nigel Wells r Digitised storage solutions r UV/Curing and drying of inks in the USA r Photography sessions full of new insights for business r Where can newsprint go?- Looking ahead with some big predictions on newsprint and related paper initiatives r Innovations in value added coldset r The material of the future - where are our consumables headed? r Conductive inks myth or reality? r Applied innovations from Man Roland EDITORIAL sessions r Making better newspapers - Keeping it relevant … Our top editors present and discuss their approach to making our newspapers better - blue sky session with interactivity r Courier Mail – How did they go from broadsheet to tabloid? r Newsplex - An Update on the newsplex project and newspapers r Moving the Newsroom into New Media – e-ink initiatives from John Forcucci IT Director of Busi - ness Solutions/News The Boston Globe/ r Web 2.0 and the newsroom of the future – ad- dressing changing media consumption in the digital age - How technology is changing the way newspapers gather and distribute news informa- tion - and how this will affect the newsroom of the future r Media Law - Update on Media law - What has changed and what you need to know