Graphic Arts Monthly

Graphic Arts Monthly

name = Graphic Arts Monthly

caption =
type = business magazine
format = Paper and online magazine
foundation = 1929
ceased publication =
price =
owners = Reed Business Information
editor = Bill Esler
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language = English
political =
circulation = 70,100
headquarters = Oak Brook, Illinois, USA
ISSN = 1047-9325
website = [ Graphic Arts Monthly]

Graphic Arts Monthly (ISSN-1047-9325) is a trade publication and web site owned by Reed Business Information serving the information needs of the printing industry, including printers and trade plants.

The editor-in-chief is Bill Esler, with the editorial offices located in Oak Brook, Illinois, USA. As the name implies, Graphic Arts Monthly has been published monthly since its establishment in 1929. Several common articles include Best Track, Ink Etc., Mail Call, and Sales Call.

In September, Graphic Arts Monthly publishes "The Official Show Daily", which is produced on behalf of the Graphic Arts Show Company for the annual "Graph Expo & PackPrint".

As of June 2008, total BPA audited circulation is 70,100 subscribers.


* [ BPA Worldwide]

External links

* [ Graphic Arts Monthly website]

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