Print's reign as a dominant source of media is supposed to be coming to an end, but studies show that this perception may be misplaced.
Companies are generally using digital marketing more often than traditional print formats these days, but the conventional method still has plenty of value for those who are willing to devote the time to producing it.
E-readers may be all the rage right now, but various scientific studies have offered evidence that reading in print is actually significantly better for cognitive development and mental health.
Print book sales in the first quarter of 2015 grew by 3 percent compared to the first quarter of 2014.
It's no secret that print marketing can be a lucrative venture in growing a company's brand.
The surge of technology development over the past decade has led to traditional print media falling out of favor.
It might not seem like it because of media narratives that paint print as a dead industry, but there are some great stories of achievement by printers that have surfaced recently.
A wave of cyber attacks has raised concerns about the sustainability of the relatively new field of cloud computing.
Printing companies are evolving rapidly, and investors are picking up on it.
In the midst of whirlwind technological development, the print industry has one distinct advantage: paper doesn't really have any gimmicks.