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The History of Press (Printing)

The Hlistory of PRESS (Printing) The history of printing in its broadest sense can be said to qo back to the duplication of images by means of stamps in very early times. After the invention of press and some methods of printing, books, newspapers and magogines began to be printed quickly and cheaply. 618 A.C The first printing is done in China. 1300 The first use of wooden type in China. ОНН German Johannes Gutenberg invents movable type 455 457 Gutenberg prints his first book, a Latin Bible First color printing by Fust and Schoeffer H76 William Caxton using a Gutenberg printing press produces the Ist book printed in English INDEX LIBKORVM 1559 FROHIBITORVM. Pope Paul IV issues the Index of Forbidden Books, which lists books the 1605 Catholic Church considers dangerous to morols First weekly newspaper published in Antwerp 1690 Tlufrirte Zeitung Erbauliche Monaths-Un- terredungen considered the world's first magazine, is published in Germany The Gentlewaw's MagaNe: For AUGUST, 775- 1731 1796 The Gentleman's Magazine, considered the first modern magazine, is published in England German A. Senefelder develops lithography, a method of image transfer that produces high-quality printed images (819 1808 Hipolito Jose da Costa Furtado de Mendonca Rotary printing press invented by Napier creates, in London, Correio Brasiliense, the first Brazil- ian newspaper 1846 Cylinder press invented. It can print 8,000 sheets an hour, which allows publishers to increase circulation 1886 Linotype composing machine invented by Ottmar Mergen- thaler. This is regarded as the greatest advance in printing since the development of moveable type 400 years earlier (892 4-color rotary press invented 1904 Williams Marris estab- lishes the Kelmscott Press to improve the high 1907 Commercial silk screening 1917 invented The first Pulitzer Prizes 20's are awarded The number of daily newspapers increased until this time - when there were more than TIME 2,000 in circulation 1938 1923 Esquire debuts as the first men's magazine Time magazine debuts 50's to 70's Typesetting is introduced in newspapers and magzines. Texts and pictures are produced on glossy paper, assembled by hand and photographed. Televi- sion contributed to the decreased in the number of papers 80'S With the computerization os newspaper companies, all stages of production bacome digitized. The texts are drafted in desktop publishing 90's The filmless system allows the recording directly on the printing cylinder. Reporters could send news from around the world almost instantly using laptops and modems. 00's Amazon's e-books sales exceed 15% in paper books and newspapers betting on tablets to increase sales Source: http://visualoop.tumblr.com/ http://www.fordhamedu/halsall/mod/indexlibrorum.html http://www.xtimeline.com/evt/view.aspx?id=790005 http://www.awesomestories.com/assets/the-gentlemans-magazine http://fineartamerica.com/featured/alois-senefelder-german-inventor-science-source.html http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hip%C3%B3lito_da_Costa http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Hoe's_one-cylinder-printing-presspng http://www.gutenberg org/files/36372/36372-h/36372-h.htm http://www.andysowards.com/blog/2012/50-best-time-magazine-covers/ For more information. Visit: www.apganaheim.com 2n0llo, printing & graphics

The History of Press (Printing)

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