19 episodes

Hosted by Pat McGrew and Kevin Craine, this podcast explores the question "Is Print Dead?". We look at the subject from all angles through discussions with industry influencers, print practitioners, vendors who support print, and consumers who use print.

Is Print Dead‪?‬ Pat McGrew & Kevin Craine

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    • 5.0 • 13 Ratings

Hosted by Pat McGrew and Kevin Craine, this podcast explores the question "Is Print Dead?". We look at the subject from all angles through discussions with industry influencers, print practitioners, vendors who support print, and consumers who use print.

    Is Print Dead Episode 19 - Print and VR at World Bank

    Is Print Dead Episode 19 - Print and VR at World Bank

    Episode 19 - Pat McGrew and Kevin Craine interview Jimmy Vainstein, Senior Project Manager for the General Service Department Printing & Multimedia Services at The World Bank. The World Bank is an international financial institution that provides loans to countries of the world with the goal to reduce poverty through the promotion of foreign investment and international trade. We got curious to know how the world bank uses print…especially in conjunction with Virtual Reality.
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    • 29 min
    Is Print Dead? Episode 18

    Is Print Dead? Episode 18

    Episode 18 - Pat McGrew interviews the Intergalactic Ambassador to the Printerverse, Deborah Corn from PrintMediaCentr.com live from the Ricoh INTERACT event in Boulder, Colorado. Plus, Pat and Kevin explore assertions that 'print is growing' and wonder if data exists to back that up.
     
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    • 30 min
    What is Clickable Paper? Plus author and futurist Mike Walsh

    What is Clickable Paper? Plus author and futurist Mike Walsh

    Episode 17 - What is Clickable Paper? Pat McGrew reports from Ricoh in Bolder, Colorado with more, plus on their new VC70000 continuous feed printer. Kevin Craine interviews futurist Mike Walsh, author of "The Dictionary of Dangerous Ideas," about digital transformation and the future of print. Listener comments from Bill Sattree, Johnny Lam and Paul Gardner.
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    • 28 min
    Is Print Dead? Episode 16 - Are Textbooks Dying?

    Is Print Dead? Episode 16 - Are Textbooks Dying?

    Episode 16 - Pat McGrew and Kevin Craine interview Susan Brown, the Director of Content Management Solutions at Macmillan Learning and Co-Chair and Podcaster at the Harvard Digi*Pub Podcast. Sue is an expert in educational publishing and content development and we ask her about her observations at Macmillan  in terms of text books, e-book publishing vs. physical books, and are textbooks dying?
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    • 21 min
    Is Print Dead? Episode 14

    Is Print Dead? Episode 14

    Episode 14 - Pat McGrew and Kevin Craine explore printing in South Korea, why according to Tim Cooper of Harland Clarke, 'facts don't count,' and the value of print with Ryan McAbee from Keypoint Intelligence. Also, listener comments from Jimmy Vainstein at WorldBank. 
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    • 37 min
    Is Print Dead? Episode 15 - Long-Term Archiving and Digital Preservation

    Is Print Dead? Episode 15 - Long-Term Archiving and Digital Preservation

    Episode 15 - Kevin Craine interviews Mike Quinn, CEO of Preservica about long-term archiving and digital preservation. Will your digital information be available and read-able in 100, 200, 500 years? Pat McGrew introduces listener comments from Dan Antion from American Nuclear Insurance and Tami May from OpenText. Also, Pat and Kevin debate whether or not Millennials really like print. What do you think?
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    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

imupat3am ,

Print is not dead

I feel there is room for everything. As long as you’re product or service is always evolving and fulfilling its customers needs then the service & or business will always been need. Pat & Kevin have an amazing conversation and debate over printing and its resurrection. The more we use electronics the more we find out that they are not perfect and old ways are okay aka print. Every industry has it ups and downs. Look forward to listening to the rest of the episodes.

Joeb29 ,

Great conversation!

These are some topics that I hadn't thought about for some time. I send postcards to my real estate lists, so I don't think print is dead. :-)

Kendie-93 ,

Super interesting topic!

Very interesting to hear. As a digital marketer, I didn't think that print was worth it. This podcast has definitely made me reconsider print and a medium for a lot of things. Very insightful!

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