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PCS are sponsoring 'News App of the Year' at the Newsawards 2017
Celebrating the best in news media print, technology and business innovation. The Newspaper Awards were rebranded in 2015 as newsawards, with an entirely fresh format and look for the event. All the categories have been divided into highly focused sections reflecting the key areas of news media publishing – Print, Digital and Business.
PCS Webinar: What magazines can learn from the newsroom
A panel discussion lead by Editor James Evelegh will examine the advances newspaper newsrooms have been making and how the lessons learnt can be translated across to the magazine industry.
PCS are Sponsoring the Society of Editors - The Press Awards 2017
The Society of Editors National Press Awards will be celebrating the very best of UK national journalism during 2016. The awards programme that means the most to those involved in the industry has a broad mix of categories and a highly respected judging process.
PCS Webinar: Unleashing creativity – Why templating is the key not the lock
Whether you feel templating is a friend or foe, it can offer increased levels of creativity that will benefit everyone. If you ever feel you don’t have the time to be as creative on the page as you would like to, then this webinar is for you. Join Martin Wright of the Shropshire Star and Sean Briggs of Creative Workflows to discuss how a templated workflow can benefit creativity, control and remote working.
PCS: Collaboration and sustainability - Production Journal Article
WOLVERHAMPTON-based software company PCS has been at the forefront
of meeting the changing needs of the news publishing market for 43 years. MD Phil Walker talks to PJ's Gary Cullum about the industry's continued evolution and says that collaboration is key to the its future.
Latest Blog: Templating - Friend or Foe?
Templating is not a new concept and came about as a way to format consistent page layouts in newspapers and magazines. It promises time savings and improved efficiency but has always caused conflict when it comes to creativity. Many feel like creativity is stifled or even removed by use of templates, so we would like to explore if this is really the case.
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