What is black and white and read all over? You will have to wait till the end to find out.
Have you ever wondered how The Denver Post is made? No, the paper fairy didn't come out and put it in the driveway when you were sleeping. It all starts at the Denver Post Production Facility were rail cars deliver paper. Not no ordinary paper, it’s recycled and weighs a ton. They go through about 220 rolls per a day. A cost of $650 a roll. Next, laser guided vehicles take the paper to the press room for printing. An employee must install the plates with that days news on it before the paper can start running. Inside the quite press room, an operator controls three touch screens to start the paper rolling. After gripers take the paper on conveyor belts to the ceiling and travel 278 feet to the stacking/packing department. This section is a secured part because of all the adds and coupons going out for the next week. Advertisers pay a lot of money to keep there circulars private until the day they come out in the paper. Now, it’s time to palletize and shrink wrap the papers. Then a decision must be made to put into storage or on a truck being loaded in the docks. Finally, off to centers where people finish up by delivering to your driveway or stores for customers.
This may not seem to be a big process but just think, they are getting news all day and night. If it’s going to show up in the paper it, has to be running 24 hours, 7 days a week. Just imagine, when the holiday season comes how big the paper gets. This is a job that never ends and that’s good news. Job security is always nice.
Question- What is black and white and read all over? Answer- A NEWSPAPER…