Specifically, a printing press.
The art or business of printing and publishing; hence, printed publications, taken collectively, more especially newspapers or the persons employed in writing for them; as, a free press is a blessing, a licentious press is a curse.
See PRINTING PRESS
newspapers, magazines, and their reporters back
newspaper writers and photographers
the gathering and publishing of news in the form of newspapers or magazines
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device for making paper, wine and printing.
The equipment used for mass reproduction of printed materials.
Machine that prints the newspaper.
In book manufacturing, two types of presses are generally used. One, the so-called sheet-fed press, is more commonly used for short-run jobs, as the sheets are fed into the press rather like in a copier (this is a gross underdescription, but should suffice). The web-fed, or web presses run the paper from huge rolls, and generally at a high speed. Metropolitan newspapers are commonly printed on web-fed presses; often one sees pictures of them in operation. They are appropriate means of printing books in runs of 5,000 copies or more.
A mechanical device used for printing.