How Is a Newspaper Produced?


When a newspaper is being produced, the first step is that it is it is moved to some form of offset printing, where the image of the newspaper is etched onto thin aluminium plates. The plates transfer their inked image to a rubber roller, which in turn prints the page. It is then taken to a press where ink is put in paper and the press also assembles the pages of a newspaper in correct sequence.
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Newspapers are produced by being printed in large printing factories. They are printed on thin paper made from a combination of recycled matter and wood pulp, and are not intended to last very long. The paper is first processed and cleaned, and is then fed into large printing machines which even arranges the newspaper according to its different pages.
To produce your own newspaper, you can join the Newspaper Club, which allows anyone to print their own twelve-page paper using the club. This is made possible by the fact that large commercial printing presses for newspapers such as the Daily Telegraph are not used for most part of the day; hence you can negotiate a small print run for your paper. Known names such as Last FM have been known to use the medium.
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