The Press: Photo-Composting


Frank Ernest Gannett of Rochester, N. Y., spunky publisher of 16 newspapers,* cocked, last week, an eye to the future. In Manhattan, he told the Advertising Club about two machines:

1) The teletypesetter, developed by Publisher Gannett and already demonstrated successfully, is expected to be in use in many a metropolitan daily's plant within a year. This machine, by means of perforated tape, sets type by telegraph.

2)"There is another great revolution," said Mr. Gannett, "coming in the printing industry, although it may be five or ten years before it is perfected. That is...

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