Tag : print

An Expected End for NME

10 months ago / 0 comments

Iconic music magazine NME ended its print run last week, after sixty-six years of publication. The move came after the publication’s dwindling circulation numbers saw its shift from a paid title to free magazine in 2015. Yet, despite the magazine costing nothing to the consumer, its popularity did not improve, … Read More

Why do university papers continue to print?

1 year ago / 0 comments

Reports have been coming in from across university towns in the UK of a bizarre phenomenon. The Pigeon can exclusively report that student run newspapers are earnestly continuing to print editions, despite empirical evidence that nobody has picked up a copy out of genuine interest since at least the early … Read More

In defence of paper and print: is an eBook ever as good?

2 years ago / 0 comments

If there’s one thing that immediately comes to mind when I think of happiness, it’s a well thought out bookshelf (think rainbow-organised, neat little rows of content). To me, there are not many things more pleasing than seeking out a beautiful book cover – except turning the pages and finding … Read More

News | Hundreds come out in support of LS

5 years ago / 0 comments

Hundreds have come out in support of LS on Twitter, following the news that the paper will no longer be able to print due to lack of funding. Many people have commented on the importance of student papers, with theology student Anna Skerratt claiming the funding issue was “an utter disgrace”. … Read More