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NPA Print Quality Contest
SNPA recognized excellence in newspaper printing at its News Industry Summit. First-place awards in the SNPA Print Quality Contest were presented to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Little Rock; The Villages Daily Sun, The Villages, Fla.; The Free Lance-Star, Fredericksburg, Va.; and The Telegraph, Nashua, N.H.
Newspapers were judged in four circulation categories: under 25,000 circulation; 25,001-50,000; 50,001-100,000; and over 100,000. Judges evaluated entries only for those quality attributes that can be objectively measured: black ink density and uniformity, color ink density and uniformity, color register, page alignment, litho defects and other defects.
2014 Print Quality Contest Winners
In the Under 25,000 circulation category:
In the 25,001 - 50,000 circulation category:
In the 50,001 - 100,000 circulation category:
In the over 100,000 circulation category:
The annual Print Quality Contest and Evaluation is chaired by Kevin Conner, quality assurance manager of The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.
Article reposted from © 2014 SOUTHERN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION
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