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Old 09-14-2006, 03:32 AM   #10
Richard Hunt
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Originally Posted by djb View Post
I don't know what the common press sizes are in the UK, so talk to a variety of printers. A relatively new size that is making some inroads here in NA is the "Berliner" wich is a squarish looking product that requires, again, a specific press. I'm seeing it introduced in some US locations, particulary aimed at the morning commuter train market.
For reference, "Berliner" is the size adopted by The Guardian when it had its major redesign last year. I think that it is the only UK daily to use that size; the changeover must have cost a fortune.

Local dailies in the UK are virtually all tabloid size.

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