Founded in the 1970s by John Seybold, the Seybold Report (ISSN: 1533-9211) is a business-to-business newsletter with a long history and a strong tradition of serving its readers by delivering detailed and objective information and reviews of graphic arts technology, as well as informed and intelligent commentary about such technology. 

To view a fascinating Computer History Museum oral history interview with Jonathan Seybold about the origins of the newsletter, Seybold Seminars, and Seybold Publications (both companies are now defunct), please click here. If you have materials related to the history of these companies including old issues of newsletters, please get in touch with us as we may be interested in acquiring the materials!

In addition, in 2019 the IEEE organization published a series of articles in its journal about the history of desktop publishing. An entire edition is devoted to the history of Seybold Seminars and Seybold Publications. Please click here to access the issue abstract and learn more about the issue.

In June 2010 the Joss Group, a publishing and consulting company located in Pennsylvania, acquired the newsletter.

Seybold Report subscribers are graphic arts professionals and executives around the world. In addition, analysts, researchers, professors, students, and others subscribe. If your job concerns tracking, researching, purchasing, or studying technology used in the graphic arts, you will profit from a subscription to the Seybold Report! 

The Seybold Report is a paid business-to-business newsletter published twice a month (during the second and fourth weeks of each month). Subscribers receive an e-mail with a download link to access the PDF of each issue. 

The cost of a 24-issue, 12-month subscription is $599 US$. To subscribe to this newsletter online, please contact us. We accept EFT, credit cards, company checks, and other types of payment. Please contact us for more information.

This is an individual subscription, so please do not share the issue with others. No refunds will be made after the first two issues of a subscription have been served. We also have team/group and enterprise licenses available; please contact us for details on these options.

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