“Print” in the news

Example collocations

appeared in print
print and online
print edition
print media
print run

Publications and example sentences

The Age
· Library users turn to Australian authors as digital usage jumps  
You might wait in a long queue for a print book from a library but often they have 10 or 12 copies of the digital version.
The China Post
· CEO buys struggling New Zealand media company for $1  
The organization Stuff prints many of the nation’s daily newspapers and runs a popular news website of the same name.
Seeking Alpha
· All About The Bitcoin Halving  
But it can't be printed at will by a panicked Fed Chairman.
The Guardian
· Sudoku 4,827 easy  
Click here to access the print version.
The Age
· Nine to sell NZ publishing business Stuff in $1 management buyout  
The Australian media company, which is also the owner of this masthead, will recieve direct proceeds of $NZ1 ($A0.92) from the sale but also retain a ownership of the Petone print plant site in Wellington, which will subsequently be leased back to Stuff.
· 'We have to ration our meals': Malaysians share their struggles after COVID-19 left them jobless  
Blue Inc Media’s closure did not surprise its employees as the company had been struggling to stay afloat in a dying print industry.
· Goodbye office: Is the future of work in our homes?  
It had a “HP Print, Play and Learn” initiative for employees to download craft projects to work on with their children or with other employees.
· Trump spent Memorial Day weekend tweeting conspiracy theories and petty attacks  
People grab them from mailboxes, print thousands of forgeries and “force” people to sign.
The Wall Street Journal
· Minnesota’s ‘Essential’ Churches  
By Thursday, when the editorial appeared in print, the Governor was meeting with the church leaders.
Financial Express
· Would Modi government move towards direct cash transfers?  
The government has been stingy on cash payments, presumably because government tax revenues are falling and it is hesitant to print more cash for fear of being downgraded by rating agencies.