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publication

(pŭb″lĭ-kā′shŭn) [L. publicare, to make public]
1. The dissemination of information in print.
2. Any document, journal, or text distributed to a general audience or to a limited readership.
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In essence, print publications provide employees with a tangible link to one another and to the organization.
Don't wait for viewers to come to you - attract them by posting releases to their E-mail addresses, through your print publications, on other sites, through online forums.
With our unique awareness and understanding of the complexities of the prepaid and stored value card industry, knowledge of the differences between prepaid cards and other card-types, and domain experience in working within the industry for many years, we are creating an online portal, print publication, and email newsletter that we believe will best meet the targeted news, education, and information needs of the marketplace," said Jonathan A.
We want to facilitate that sharing through our Web sites and print publications, reaching people in the ways they increasingly want to participate," said Sharon Prill, Vice President for Interactive Media & Marketing.
While print publications are tied with e-newsletters, also at 74% regular usage, the next closest channel is at 55%.
Only five or six years ago, most research was distributed through ponderous government print publications and peer-reviewed journals held in libraries.
Chinese media market statistics from leading data providers: Nielsen Media Research, Huicongand CMMR with the top rated TV programs and print publications by adspend, total advertising turnover, sector and region.
Contract award: prepress and print publications for the city of krakow in 2015.
The Newsletter Awards Competition, sponsored by The Newsletter on Newsletters, featured a new category in 2001 --the Special Synergy Award for Best Use of Online Resources to Complement Print Publications.
Until recently, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, an independent federal agency that oversees the commodities market, enforced registration requirements on anyone giving advice about futures trading, whether through traditional print publications or the Internet.
Our customers will continue to receive the same high level of quality and service that they have come to expect from our print publications.
Contract notice: Print publications attendance - magazine of the chamber of commerce and industry of grenoble