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American Printer

QR Codes, "What every printer should know", see page 12

By John Parsons, July 2010
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http://digital-edition.americanprinter.com/?iid=5daf2b62


Newspaper & Technology

Print left out of the mix as barcodes move forward?

By Chuck Moozakis, June 2010
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http://newsandtech.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/viewer.aspx#


Graphic Arts Monthly

2d QR Code applications on Front Cover, April, 2010

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PrintSpeak.co.uk, Oct. 21, 2009

Karen Charlesworth is impressed with an initiative to push upcodes to printers - from an unexpected but nonetheless brilliant source

By Karen Charlesworth, 10/21/2009
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http://www.printspeak.co.uk/index.asp#editorial


Folio Magazine, March 3, 2009

Expanding the Print-to-Mobile Cache
Mobile integration service allows readers to text as well as scan promotions.

By Jason Fell, 03/03/2009
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http://www.foliomag.com/2009/gossrsvp-expanding-print-mobile-cache


Newspaper & Technology, March 2, 2009

Cal Poly to evaluate Goss cell service, read full story:
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Whattheythink, Friday, February 27, 2009

Cal Poly Helps Reinvent Print
http://members.whattheythink.com/news/newslink.cfm?id=35741


UpCode and Goss International Turn Print Into Interactive Media With GossRSVP(TM) and UpCodes Mobile Access and Interaction (MAI)TM Platform

By: PR Newswire
Oct. 14, 2008 10:00 AM

Virtualization
LOS ANGELES, October 14 /PRNewswire/ -- UpCode and Goss International announce that they are working together to turn all print material into interactive media utilizing GossRSVP and UpCode. Through its relationship with UpCode, Goss International now gives products like newspapers, magazines and all printed materials a new revenue stream and a new way to improve the effectiveness of print. GossRSVP enhanced with UpCode gives print users the ability to monitor and manage their own program directly with the GossRSVP web service. The UpCode Platform allows publishers, advertising agencies and other organizations the ability to provide a global multi-platform distribution advertising platform.

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Goss formally rolls out GossRSVP cell phone marketing service

N&T Staff Report

News & Technology Magazine October 2008 Edition
Goss International Corp. made its GossRSVP cell phone-to-print service available nationwide.

The press vendor began testing the service, which allows cell phone users to interact with print ads, late last year, using Foster's Daily Democrat in Dover, N.H., as one of its evaluation sites (see Newspapers & Technology, February 2008).

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TEXT ME THAT COUPON, PLEASE

Sep 1, 2008 12:00 PM, By Katherine O'Brien

American Printer Magazine September 2008
Goss RSVP is a way for print advertisers to digitally connect with consumers. Advertisers and publishers are including a small RSVP logo that includes a two-dimensional bar code and alpha-numeric sequence in their print media. Readers, depending on the type of phone they have, can either scan the code or send a text message to receive a response such as a coupon that is sent directly to their phone within seconds.

Goss Intl. is testing program with a limited number of advertisers and publishers near its facilities in New Hampshire. The company expects to expand geographically and add features such as ongoing reward and loyalty programs for consumers.
 


Goss moves ahead with RSVP following US pilot

Posted: Saturday, August 30, 2008 6:34 pm
gxpress.net

Goss has made its GossRSVP interactive media system available for advertisers and publishers over the whole of the USA.

The system - which uses a numeric or scanned two-dimensional code printed in advertisements and other material - has been trialled by Goss with a newspaper group close to its Dover, New Hampshire, plant

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Source Code

Published: July 2008
gxpress.net

Two new response systems are set to exploit growing use of internet-enabled mobiles to make a stronger connection between print and online.

A new system from newspaper press manufacturer Goss international will be launched in Australia next month, while Telstra is in the process of introducing a mobile code system for its Next G phone users. Both can use two-dimensional barcodes - which are scanned by phone cameras - but these will not be interchangeable.

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TechNews: Thinking Outside the Press

Manufacturers Offer Advertising Solutions - by LaShell Stratton

First Published: March 2008
Several press manufacturers are experimenting with new technologies aimed at helping newspapers attract more advertising revenue.

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Goss testing cell phone-to-print ad technology

By Chuck Moozakis and Marcelo Duran - N&T Editors

Article in February 2008 edition
Goss International Corp. is putting the finishing touches on software aimed at making it easier for cell phone users to interact with print ads.

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TNH Implements New Advertising Initiative

THE NEW HAMPSHIRE - The Student Publication of the University of New Hampshire
By Meg Power

Issue date: January 29, 2008
The New Hampshire (TNH) is getting a new look and looking to save you money. With the new partnership with GossRSVP, TNH is bringing new technology to students and advertisers.

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Goss unveils interactive ad program

By JEREMIAH TURNER
jturner@fosters.com

Article Date: Thursday, December 20, 2007
DURHAM - Goss International begins testing a new product today in the pages of Foster's that it hopes could revolutionize print advertising by tracking viewers and making print ads interactive.

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Printing Equipment Company Goss Implements Mobile Bar Codes...Could This Save Newspaper Industry?

Posted by Scott P. Shaffer - The Pondering Primate

Thursday, December 20, 2007
Could mobile bar codes revitalize the slumping newspaper industry?

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