I wrote it last year about the 25th anniversary press awards, but this year’s press awards prove once again that the standard in the UK is extraordinarily high.

I wrote it last year about the 25th anniversary press awards, but

this year’s press awards prove once again that the standard in the UK is

extraordinarily high.

Led by BMP DDB’s outstanding Volkswagen work, press advertising at its

best is capable of a wit and pithiness currently lacking in much of our

broadcast output.

Our eclectic jury, ably led by Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe’s Robert

Campbell, found much worth rewarding over two days of judging in the

wilds of wintry Battersea. Our thanks to all of them - particularly

those who managed to judge and take part in almost simultaneous pitches

for BT.

This year, in the interests of simplicity, we have abandoned the most

successful agency award across the four main press sectors (national

newspapers, consumer magazines, regional newspapers and business

magazines) but have retained product categories.

We would also like to thank our sponsors, who have once again

contributed to making the event such a success. They are profiled in

brief over the succeeding pages.

Stefano Hatfield, editor of Campaign


Audience Selection

Audience Selection is one of the UK’s leading telephone research

companies providing a full range of quantitative, qualitative and

consulting services in both consumer and business-to-business


As a division of the Taylor Nelson Sofres group of companies we offer

our clients an unrivalled range of marketing information and research

services across the UK and international markets.

Established in 1980 as the UK’s first agency specialising in telephone

research, Audience Selection pioneered many of the telephone research

techniques and services now available within the industry.

We recognise clients have different needs, and we tailor our service

accordingly. We can work from a detailed brief, undertake the fieldwork

and provide data. Alternatively, we can offer you anything from overall

research design, right through to detailed reporting and presentation of


Whatever your requirements, we pride ourselves in being genuinely

helpful and flexible in our approach. We are known for providing an

excellent service with a quick turnaround.

However, we don’t compromise quality for speed.

We work for a broad client base that includes client companies and

agencies across all market sectors. You may know us from Campaign’s

popular feature, The People’s Jury.

To find out more about Audience Selection, our range of services or how

we can help you with your research needs, contact Sue Homeyard or Pete

Cape on freephone 0800-018 3618.


Capital Print & Display

Capital Print & Display, which specialises in large format poster and

point-of-purchase printing, was founded in 1980 by David Gill, the

managing director. Focusing initially on screen-printing, it quickly

added large and small format litho to its capability. In 1988, the

company moved into its current premises in Stratford, where it occupies

an 84,000 sq ft factory.

Because Capital Print & Display combines screen and large and small

format litho printing, it has the capacity to deal with complete

campaigns, from the smallest jobs such as shelf-edge POP to the largest

96-sheet posters.

Though the format or the substrate might change, one thing never does -

quality. Rigorous quality control systems mean that colour consistency -

a critical requirement for any client - is always perfect.

The state-of-the-art in-house digital pre-press studio is fully equipped

with Apple Power Macs, planning, equipment for reprographics, colour

proofing and plate-making.

A key component of Capital Print & Display’s business philosophy is

service. The company operates 24 hours a day - including its customer

service team. This attitude is summarised by David Gill: ’Get it right,

not only the first time, but every time.’’

The company’s clients are blue-chip companies drawn from a wide range of

sectors including fashion, food, retailing and cosmetics. As well as

serving the needs of direct clients, it also works with many leading

advertising agencies. A dedicated account handler ensures that Capital

Print & Display meets the specialist requirements and fast turnarounds

needed by agencies.


COLT Telecommunications

COLT Telecommunications, part of COLT Telecom Group, is a quality

provider of local, national and European communications-based services

to the business community. Based on state-of-the-art fibre-optic

networks, COLT has developed a service proposition that enables it to

meet the requirements of some of the world’s most sophisticated

telecommunications users.

Founded in 1992, COLT currently operates in 12 European cities in eight

countries and plans to be in 24-26 cities by the end of 2000. COLT is

currently interlinking its city-based networks to create a truly

pan-European network.

COLT has an impressive portfolio of voice and data products for business

customers in the UK and across Europe. Moreover, as COLT’s network is

based on ’self healing’’ SDH technology, COLT’s customers can

confidently expect the highest levels of service quality.

COLT’s list of service and innovation awards - most recently the company

was awarded the prestigious title of Best New Telecommunications Company

at the Financial Times Global Telecoms Awards - are as enviable as its

portfolio of customers. In London these include the London Stock

Exchange, Midland Bank, The Daily Telegraph, Channel 5, Reuters and PA


Since its launch COLT has differentiated itself through a philosophy

dedicated to customer-orientated service. COLT Telecommunications is

delighted to be sponsoring the Best Launch of a New Product category at

this year’s Campaign Press Advertising Awards.


Computer Weekly

Computer Weekly is delighted to be a sponsor of the 1999 Campaign Press

Advertising Awards in the category of Electronic Press and wishes the

best of luck to all those pioneers short-listed.

Launched in 1966, Computer Weekly is the world’s first weekly IT paper,

a pioneer itself. With a circulation of 158,449 IT industry

professionals, it has established itself as one of the most

authoritative voices in the industry.

Its core focus is on how IT is used in major organisations and

award-winning journalism in this area has made it the number one read

for news, analysis, comment and opinion. Every year, in the Banner

independent readership survey, Computer Weekly beats all the competition

to record the highest readership figures among the IT industry’s most

senior executives.

As the leading voice in the industry, Computer Weekly has also become

the number one place for recruiters in the IT markets; that’s because

the best people are reading Computer Weekly every week.

The UK’s premier IT information supply service has also gone global with

its website, @ComputerWeekly, carrying more of the essential business

information and more of the top jobs that have made Computer Weekly the

success it is today. You’ll find us at

If you want to talk to a member of the team about Computer Weekly,

please call us: Editorial enquiries: 0181-652 3122.

Advertising enquiries: 0181-652 8699.


F1 Racing Magazine

F1 Racing reflects the drama, glamour and excitement of the world’s most

exciting sport, and has built its success on a commitment to top-quality

writing and stunning photography.

It has grown very rapidly since its launch in March 1996 and is now

published monthly in ten languages and 11 editions - the UK, Australia,

Brazil, China, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands

and Spain. Other markets are expected to be added during 1999.

F1 Racing is distributed to more than 50 countries worldwide, and total

circulation now exceeds 420,000 - making F1 Racing easily the world’s

biggest-selling Formula 1 magazine. Its international profile matches

precisely the global status of Formula 1 itself.

F1 Racing has developed a portfolio of allied services within its market

which span a range of activities encompassing events, exhibitions,

conferences, marketing services, electronic publishing projects,

photographic services, and contract and customer magazines.

F1 Racing is published by Haymarket Magazines Ltd, the UK’s largest

privately-owned magazine company and Europe’s number-one motoring



Financial Times

The Financial Times, the world’s leading business newspaper, is read by

more than one million people in 140 countries worldwide, serviced by 12

international print centres and a sophisticated distribution system.

In addition to more than 300 full-time journalists, it has more than 40

full-time foreign correspondents based in major cities across the


The FT provides readers with the most accurate and comprehensive global

business information, analysis and comment. Richard Lambert, the editor,

says: ’We aim to put national business news into an international

context by pulling together the unique resource of our international

network of correspondents and specialist reporters.’

The FT ’s commitment to global expansion and internationalism is

reflected in its sales outside the UK which grew 27 per cent year on

year. (Source: ABC August 1998-January 1999 versus August 1997-January


However, the FT continues to focus strongly on the UK as well as

internationally and this has resulted in continuing success. The FT is

the fastest-growing national daily in the UK and has been for the last

17 months. (ABC: September 1997-January 1999.)

The FT would like to thank its readers, advertisers and agencies who

have supported it so strongly, and hopes they will continue to do so in

the future. The FT is very proud to be sponsoring Best International

Advertisement at the Campaign Press Advertising Awards and congratulates

the winner, as well as the other participants.


The Guardian

The past 12 months proved to be another important year for The


Awarded Newspaper of the Year by What the Papers Say, The Guardian again

illustrated its credentials for investigative reporting by exposing a

faked documentary from Carlton TV, Peter Mandelson’s acceptance of a

secret loan and worrying information on genetically modified food.

In addition to brave news reporting, the launch of the Editor, The

Guardian’s weekly digest of the best of the world’s media, confirmed its

reputation for innovation and product development in newspapers. The

launch of our network of internet sites Guardian Unlimited has taken

this reputation from traditional to new media and was described by Steve

Outing, a leading US online media analyst, as: ’An outstanding web

service and an example to the rest of the news industry about how to

craft a quality web presence.’ Strategic marketing activity served to

strengthen brand values and to widen the net of readers. A new

advertising campaign with the line ’The Guardian. Free thinkers welcome’

was launched through Partners BDDH. In the clutter and competitive fray

of the newspaper market, where sections are cloned, writers poached and

readers assaulted with a never-ending parade of promotions, price-cuts

and offers, this campaign once again articulates what makes The

Guardian, as a newspaper and brand, unique.

The Summer Festivals Guide and sponsorship of the Glastonbury festival

extended awareness of the brand to new audiences, while high-profile

film interviews at the National Film Theatre and the on-going

association with Channel 4’s Film Four, enhanced the reputation of The

Guardian as the authority on the arts. Innovative promotions provided

added value for readers through band-on CDs, exclusive offers and


It is our core commitment to quality writing and to creative innovation

that makes The Guardian proud to be the sponsor of the Best

Advertisement in National Newspapers category.


Icon Reproduction

- Consumer magazines

- Trade magazines

- Advertising campaigns

- Brochures

- Fine art catalogues

- Report and accounts

- Books

ICON Reproduction is an origination company specialising in high-quality

colour reproduction. Situated by London’s Blackfriars Bridge, ICON

provides publishers, advertising/design agencies and printers with a

fast, efficient 24-hour service.

ICON feels very honoured to be the sponsor for the Best Use of

Typography award this year and everyone at ICON extends their

congratulations to tonight’s winner.


IT Week from Ziff-Davis UK

Ziff-Davis is a leading integrated media and marketing company focused

on computing and internet-related technology, with principal platforms

in print publishing, trade shows and conferences, online content, market

research and education. The company provides global technology companies

with marketing strategies for reaching key IT decision-makers.

IT Week is the Ziff-Davis UK news weekly targeted at senior IT

professionals working within enterprise sites. It focuses exclusively on

the IT information needs of the UK’s top 55,000 senior IT

decision-makers working within these large and IT-intensive sites.

A focused editorial product in a navigable five-section format, only IT

Week covers all of this valuable group’s information needs yet respects

their lack of time. Its clear focus and up-to-the-minute content has

ensured IT Week is relied upon by those who need unbiased, timely,

practical and comprehensive IT information available nowhere else.


The Mail on Sunday

Sunday 7 March saw The Mail on Sunday reshape its already successful

portfolio of sections in order to improve editorial content and provide

even greater value for readers and advertisers in a new and exciting


Our commitment to good writing, innovation, reader empathy and

substantial investment has ensured sales are at an all-time high of 2.3

million (ABC August to January 1999) so this latest rationalisation is

about building on a heritage of success.

Night & Day has adopted our seven-day TV listings and acquired new

glossy covers. The pace of the magazine has changed with the

introduction of new regular columns that punctuate provocative features

and interviews with the world’s most sought-after stars.

The new 32-page Review in the newspaper offers the country’s best

features writers an opportunity to take a broader look at the issues

behind the news. It also gives our critics the chance to be totally up

to date. Deadlines are now a full week later than previously, lending

more credibility to our arts coverage.

You and Financial Mail on Sunday each continue to play a vital role.

Since 1994 they have undoubtedly been key to increasing circulation in a

significant and sustainable fashion. On average 5 per cent extra every


The future is never certain but by always being sensitive to the needs

of our six million readers, The Mail on Sunday continues to be a sound



Management Today

Management Today is Britain’s leading business magazine with a

circulation reaching over 94,000 senior businessmen and women every


Every independent business readership survey produced since we launched

in 1966 has shown Management Today to be the most widely-read business

magazine in Britain. Its readership spans decision-makers across all

industry sectors and is a regular read for both captains of industry and

management alike.

Management Today is required reading for those who run companies and

organisations in every sphere. Anyone who wants to be on the cutting

edge of management thinking and improve their careers can benefit from

the magazine.

Management Today is selective, thorough and entertaining, using

exceptional writers, photographers and illustrators. It presents views

and information to improve the knowledge and performance of its readers,

making it one of the world’s leading business magazines. Contributors to

the magazine include Robert Heller, David Smith, Michael Heseltine,

Winston Fletcher, Stephen Bayley, Peter York, Jeremy Bullmore and Bill


For over thirty years Management Today has investigated and reported on

business issues that matter. It has always written practical and

accessible articles that inform and enhance winning business


More recently, Management Today has also developed a practical insight

into the issues that underpin business success by organising highly

regarded best practice award programmes in the areas of manufacturing,

customer service, corporate reputation and new product development.

For high-quality, long-lasting and efficient coverage of Britain’s

decision-makers, Management Today plays a vital part in any business

media schedule.


The National Magazine Company

Every month six million people pick up a title published by The National

Magazine Company and it’s important to us that our advertising pages

look and feel as good as the magazines themselves.

After all, they have to. A third of all Great Britain’s women come to us

for inspiration. They spend pounds 266 million on cosmetics, pounds 323

million on skincare and a staggering pounds 2.5 billion on fashion items

(according to TGI). And let’s not forget the men. 1.3 million of them

enjoy some of the UK’s most consistently stylish magazine brands, every


So as well as looking good we are feeling rather good too. All our

titles remain dominant in their respective markets. In the women’s

lifestyle sector Cosmopolitan, She, Company and Zest all ride high,

delivering our advertisers deep into their consumers’ lives.

For the affluent market Esquire and Harpers & Queen consistently deliver

the very best of everything to their discerning readership, and for the

home interest sector Good Housekeeping, Country Living and House

Beautiful stay at the top of the best-seller lists despite new


We are especially delighted that our most recent launches have reflected

our continuing commitment to innovation and quality. Both ZM, the first

intelligent guide to men’s physical, emotional and intellectual health,

and M, the first magazine to treat parents like adults, will be

increasing their frequency to twice monthly from March this year.

The National Magazine Company goes further than any other publisher in

enriching our consumers’ lives. Highly successful masthead television

programming, vibrant merchandising, and popular live events such as The

Cosmo Show and the Country Living Fairs which also come under the remit

of Tim Lucas, director of corporate business development, keep our

brands more than front-of-mind.

It is a great privilege to sponsor the Fashion, Beauty and Healthcare

category in the Campaign Press Advertising Awards and we are very

pleased to play a leading role in the development of one of the world’s

most exciting creative communities.


Northcliffe Newspapers

Northcliffe Newspapers is a major force in regional newspapers. Founded

in 1928, Northcliffe Newspapers Group own 64 newspaper titles that serve

major towns spanning the length of Great Britain from Aberdeen to

Penzance. Ranked as the UK’s largest publisher of regional paid-for

newspapers, Northcliffe’s dailies boast a readership of 2.5 million

adults on an average publishing day.*

Our newspapers dominate their circulation areas, in terms of readership

and the volume of regional advertising. Northcliffe paid-for titles

reach 5.2 million readers (six in ten adults)** across our circulation

and distribution areas. All Northcliffe titles have evolved to meet the

needs of their respective communities through design, format, content

and editorial style.

As a result, our titles have developed strong and loyal local


In fact, on an average day, 1.2 million adults read a Northcliffe title

and do not read a national daily newspaper.***

Northcliffe Direct Distribution (NDD), the direct marketing arm of

Northcliffe Newspapers, is the fourth largest distributor of unaddressed

items in the country. NDD has the capacity to provide market coverage of

up to 17 million households and offers a wide range of delivery options.

In 1998 alone, NDD delivered in excess of 370 million items.

Northcliffe Press, the contract print division of Northcliffe

Newspapers, offers clients bespoke printing services. It is the largest

coldset print company in the UK, printing some of the UK’s most popular

newspapers including the Mail, The Mail on Sunday, The Sun and News of

The World.

Northcliffe Electronic Publishing has led the regional press in

electronic communication developments. Websites deliver local news,

services and information. A powerful combination of advanced technology

and traditional publishing strengths has enabled us to develop

award-winning websites. Branded as ’This is ...’, Northcliffe will have

launched up to 17 online community sites by the year 2000.

*Source JICREG/TELMAR 1999

** Source JICREG/TELMAR 1998 Unduplicated weekly readership

***Source NOP and RSGB 1995-1998


Official UK PlayStation Magazine

With a just-released ABC of 380,186 (July-December 1998), the

increasingly broad spectrum of UK gamers have voted with their pockets

to make the Official UK PlayStation Magazine the world’s best-selling

videogames magazine.

With a staggering 3.9 million PlayStations now in UK homes, 1999 will be

our biggest yet - recent issues selling in excess of 430,000 copies.

The reason behind this is that the Official UK PlayStation Magazine is

PlayStation. The best written and most clearly designed gaming magazine

on the shelves, our market-leading position means we can review games

honestly, giving real opinions rather than compromise our views in

pursuit of an exclusive cover. The magazine is written in an adult,

entertaining manner free from technical jargon but with expertise.

The PlayStation is now as much a fixture under the TV as a video

recorder and Official UK PlayStation Magazine reflects that.

Interviewees have included Michael Owen, Douglas Coupland, Brian Lara,

Massive Attack, Lennox Lewis and Ocean Colour Scene - all gamers


Official UK PlayStation Magazine is licensed in 15 countries with a

total print run of more than two million copies from everywhere from

France and Finland to Spain and Sweden. Add on our brand extensions of

Essential PlayStation (ABC 173,412), Official PlayStation Tips (ABC

50,472) and quarterly specials (ABC 95,012), and we can guarantee

products reach more readers than any other PlayStation magazine.

With our exclusive official demo-disk, we let readers play the best

games for themselves. Blockbusters such as Tomb Raider 3 and Metal Gear

Solid have thrilled our millions of readers across Europe and 1999 will

see such games as Ridge Racer Type 4, Quake II and Gran Turismo 2 enjoy

the same coverage.

Add on our sponsorship of the PlayStation pods at all Premiership

grounds, the Match of The Day Live show, the NUS Student PlayStation

Network plus our branded PSM Tour Bus and you’ll understand why we are

the world’s best-selling videogames magazine.


OK! Magazine

Northern & Shell, Britain’s leading independent publisher, continues to

strive for, and achieve, success. 1998 was an incredible year for


Magazine and one which catapulted us into the top league of successful

women’s weekly titles.

Having made the transition to a weekly publication in March 1996, our

success was unprecedented and we quickly established ourselves as the

fastest-growing title in the women’s interest market - an accolade we

claim to this day. Our ABC for the July to December 1998 period came in

at 400,701 copies per week representing a huge 76.9 per cent increase in

circulation year on year.

This success stems from our desire to produce a winning product,

continual investment and hard work from the entire team. We have also

invested in our printing processes, our paper quality and, most

importantly, top exclusive celebrity stories.

We are committed to buying world exclusive stories about celebrities who

mean something in the lives of our readers and which are perfectly aimed

at the affluent, young, upmarket woman who is buying and enjoying this

fantastic magazine.

We have had blockbusting stories such as Anne Diamond speaking for the

first time since her marriage break up, Jerry Hall with her new baby,

Sheryl Gascoigne after Paul, Paula Yates, Grant and Della Bovey, Henry

Dent-Brocklehurst’s wedding, David Seaman’s wedding, Melanie Blatt’s

bump, Scary Spice’s wedding and Cher. 1999 will be no exception having

already delivered Scary Spice at home with her new husband and Tania

Bryer at home with her new baby.

As we celebrate our third year as the fastest-growing title in the

women’s market it gives us great pleasure to sponsor the Best Use of

Photography category when first-class photography is the hallmark of our



Real Business Magazine

Business magazines have long been boring, stereotyped and


And hardly ever read.

Until now.

Real Business has turned this marketplace upside down. It’s proved that

there is a real demand for intelligent and lively business coverage. And

get this: 70 per cent of our readers don’t read any other business


Here, in no order whatsoever, are a few things we’ve achieved in the

past year:

Won the 1998 PPA Editor of the Year award for business/professional


Generated more fully paid-up subscribers than Director, Enterprise and

Financial Director combined.

Boosted requested readership by 50 per cent per quarter.

Seen advertising revenues soar 38 per cent year on year; and ad pages

zoom up 37 per cent year on year.

Created ground-breaking editorial features - such as our Hot 100 ranking

of Britain’s fastest-growing companies; our 50 to Watch identity parade

of new entrepreneurs; and our Diary of a Flotation.

Received unsolicited comments like this: ’An excellent business

publication - increasingly the only one I bother to read.’

Held ten editors’ lunches where we gather a dozen entrepreneurs to

discuss the issues facing successful smaller companies.

Held upwards of 20 Real Business conferences and courses. Hosted several

’Legendary Dinners’.

Struck a joint-venture deal with the voice of British business, the CBI.

From February we started sending monthly editions of Real Business to

the CBI’s smaller company members.

Phew, that’s it.


The Reader’s Digest Association

If you want to access people who are addicted to health - you’ll find

them in Reader’s Digest. As Britain’s best-read paid-for monthly, we

have helped our readers to beat stress, give up smoking, improve their

sex life, stay fit the easy way and keep healthy the natural way.

Reader’s Digest gives you:

- A unique environment

- Solus positions for every ad

- Tailor-made advertorials to add an extra dimension to your product


- Our legendary Buy-Lines, the hardest working advertising space


Test our vast market for as little as pounds 3,800

- A free reader-reply service generating thousands of responses every


- Relationship marketing - over four million readers whose trust of the

magazine extends to its advertising

- A 97 per cent subscription level - delivered direct to the customer’s


Health and well-being are the watchwords in a Digest reader’s day-to-day

life. And you’ll find them in the market for everything from vitamins to

private medical insurance.

For further information about Reader’s Digest, call Flora Macmillan on

0171-715 8161 or Suman Deol on 0171-715 8153.


Safeway Magazine

Safeway Magazine is going from strength to strength. It is now the

largest circulation women’s monthly magazine in the UK, with 1,997,063

copies being picked up instore every month (ABC July-December 1998). A

staggering one million of these are picked up in the first week


It is also the best-read women’s monthly title in the UK, with a

readership figure of 3,842,000 (NRS July-December 1998).

Safeway Magazine is for Safeway shoppers with an ABC card, with a core

target audience of young families with children. It is designed to make

their shopping experience easier.

The editorial is focused towards the readers’ needs. The content is a

mix of the inspirational and the practical, giving readers a broad range

of delicious recipe ideas for everything from midweek family suppers to

entertaining. Health and beauty and lifestyle features are included to

add a fun feel and a surprise element.

Independent research has shown that this balance of content is hugely

popular with the readers, with the tone described as ’telling not

selling, down to earth and friendly’.

It is also a highly responsive magazine. Recent research through BMRB

has shown that 72 per cent of cardholders surveyed have bought something

featured in the magazine, 65 per cent have used a recipe, and 47 per

cent have bought something from Safeway they would have bought

elsewhere. QRS also shows us that 90 per cent agree they can believe

what they read in it, and 93 per cent agree it is a useful source of

information on products.

This is why advertisements can generate up to 1,000 per cent sales


Safeway Magazine is not only the essential magazine for the woman and

family of the 90s, but is also the essential magazine for any

advertising campaign.


Time Out Group

Time Out’s 30-year history is inextricably bound up with that of London;

a lifetime devoted to delivering, and often instigating, the very best

of metropolitan culture. Fringe theatre would not have taken off in the

70s without Time Out’s support. In the 80s, we were the only publication

to treat ’alternative’ comedy (now mainstream) seriously. In the 90s, we

are the capital clubber’s bible. We successfully campaigned for the

abolition of the TV duopoly, and now provide an unrivalled eight-day a

week, 30-page TV section. This is in addition to the most comprehensive,

all-inclusive, art, sport and entertainment listings in the capital.

Further to our first-class arts and entertainment coverage, we also run

regular covers and features on London life - from the explosion of

coffee bars in the city to the regeneration of Clerkenwell, to London’s

top 50 pubs and bars. Our aim is to let Londoners know what’s hip and

happening in their favourite city. Because we’re an independent

publisher, we always present the truth about London’s landmarks and

venues - good, bad and indifferent.

With an ABC circulation of 94,857 and 413,000 weekly readers, our

profile is young, affluent, aspirational and, above all, hooked on going


Time Out’s impartial and independent editorial and comprehensive London

listings are available every week, all year round, for less than the

price of a decent pint.


TPL Printers (UK)

As part of the highly respected Times Publishing Group of Singapore, TPL

Printers (UK) was established in 1990 to serve the pan-European

publication market.

Based in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, with a plant nearing 200,000 sq

ft in size, TPL Printers have positioned themselves as a major force in

magazine, periodical and catalogue printing. We offer full printing and

mailing services to the publishing industry; both business-to-business

and consumer titles are produced at our site.

Our customers include Haymarket, Emap, SPL, The Economist, American

Media and Reed Business Information, to name but a few. Our portfolio of

more than 65 magazine titles includes Revolution, Marketing Direct, F1

Racing, Classic FM, Fast Car, Revs, Max Power, The National Enquirer,

and Match.

Major investment in printing technology, and a highly trained team of

staff, ensures a quality service from TPL. Our business ethos is based

on putting the customer first.

Our printing is computer controlled to ensure accuracy and consistency,

and we have recently installed the latest technology to receive pages

electronically and output to film at the plant. Screen resolutions of up

to 200 lines per inch guarantee high repro quality in fine detail


TPL Printers (UK) Limited

111 Hartlebury Trading Estate



DY10 4JB

Tel: 01299-251 360

Fax: 01299-250 994



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