A celebration of print
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4 April 2020
This week we celebrate print in these difficult times for the industry. We speak with the president of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers. Plus Gert Jonkers from ‘Fantastic Man’ on its brand new issue, and Jeremy Leslie from ‘Magculture’.
4 April 2020
We speak with Fernando de Yarza Lopez-Madrazo, president of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, about the open letter he wrote arguing for short-term financing of the industry to overcome the difficulties caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
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