A Little Color In Your Newspaper

By Greg Catlin

July 22, 2010 Updated Jun 23, 2006 at 11:28 PM EDT

The newspaper will be rolling out of the new, 50 million dollar production and distribution facility in Johnson City.

The new printing press inside is 6 stories high and can print up to 75 thousand copies an hour.

You're looking at an early run for Monday's edition.

The Press says it will be a more colorful newspaper, with the ability for full color on almost every page.

Owned by Gannett, the facility is already printing the Ithaca Journal, and will also print the Elmira Star-Gazette newspaper starting next month.

More than 100 people will work here, and they're still moving in.

The company says The Press & Sun-Bulletin's news, advertising sales, and administrative operations remain at the current site on the Vestal Parkway.

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