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Press opens new opportunities for Times Union

Albany Times Union Publisher/CEO George R. Hearst, 3rd, right, talks with press men Lee Hudson, left, and Tom Klein in front of the new state of the art off set press prints a supplement Wednesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Albany Times Union Publisher/CEO George R. Hearst, 3rd, right, talks with press men Lee Hudson, left, and Tom Klein in front of the new state of the art off set press prints a supplement Wednesday.
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Starting Tuesday, the Times Union will look better. Every page will have color. Each photo and graphic design will be clearer. The type will be a half-point smaller, but sharper. The paper will also be shorter and slimmer, by one inch on each side and two inches in length. But aside from making a nicer-looking product, the Times Union’s new multimillion dollar printing press will allow the Colonie-based newspaper to enter the world of commercial ...


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