What were the main effects of the invention of the printing press?

Effects of the Invention of Printing Press
(i) Emergence of a new reading public.
(ii) Printing reduced the cost of books.
(iii) Reduction in the time and labour in producing a book.
(iv) Multiple copies of a book could be produced with greater ease.
(v) Books flooded the market reaching out to an ever-growing readership.
(vi) Access to books created a new culture of reading.