The bad news is that, on Sept. 8, yet another newspaper is stopping its presses. The good news is that it's starting them up again the next day -- at a new location, with new state-of-the-art equipment, for its redesigned print edition.
Appropriately straddling the eras of print and Web, the Naples (Florida) Daily News produced a behind-the-scenes video story, The Final Run, about the process. It gives us one last look at the old press, and the people who operate it.
Before we collectively forget what a printing press even looks like -- majestic for those hailing back to the Woodward/Bernstein era and beyond -- take a look at their video documenting the transition, lovingly produced by Manuel Martinez & Lexey Swall.
"The black-and-white sections of this video were created with a series of still photographs to simulate motion," they reveal.
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