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M. Richard Vinocur, American publisher. Named Public of Year, Hopkins Foundation, 1980, International Association Printers and Craftsmen; recipient citizenship award Newcomb Club, 1979, Gutenberg media award Printing Industries, 1995, 96. President Greentree Association; secretary S. Harris Fund. Member Graphic Arts Technology Foundation, Sigma Delta Chi.


Vinocur, M. Richard was born on November 16, 1934 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Son of Louis O. and Edith (Solomon) Vinocur.


Bachelor of Arts Journalism, Ohio State University, 1956.


Associate editor, R.H. Donnelley, 1956-1959; vice president, public, Vance Public, New York City, 1959-1979; public, Graphic Arts Monthly, New York City, 1979-1987; group public Fire Engineering, Graphic Arts Monthly, New York City president, Footprint Communications, Inc., New York City, since 1987; public, Footprints (twice monthly newsletter for printing industry executives) public, Vue/Point:The Hard Copy Magazine public, Web Offset: The Hard Copy columnist, American Printer Magazine, since 1988; organizing manager, founder, Vue/Point 90, since 1990. Lecturer New York University. Consultant CSV Foundation.


  • Other Work

    • Author: How to Win Occasionally, 1980.


President Greentree Association. Secretary S. Harris Fund. Member Graphic Arts Technology Foundation, Sigma Delta Chi.

Clubs: Bonat Black Gold.


Married Carol S. Lennard, October 26, 1957. Chidren: Michael Drew, Lesle Jane.

Louis O. Vinocur

Edith (Solomon) Vinocur

Carol S. Lennard