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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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According to Samir Husni, director of the Magazine Innovation Center at the Meek School of Journalism and New Media at the University of Mississippi, recent years have seen an increase in new print launches that far outweigh the number of print publications folding during the same period.
The book is divided into five chapters, three on what Marotti calls "the manuscript system" and two on the print publication of lyrics.
Obviously, the merit of an electronic book is that it can be used in a variety of additional, valuea-dded ways unavailable in comparable print publications. More on this in a moment.
In a story by Philip Walzer, the Virginian-Pilot reported that 10 of the employees laid off worked at Port Folio, the 26-year-old weekly that will suspend print publication after next week's edition, and Mix, a free monthly launched in 2007.
The print publication is extremely popular with employees worldwide, say HR and communication executives, mostly because it keeps employees feeling connected, no matter where they are -- on a rig, at a refinery or at the company's corporate offices.
These last two chapters stray from the question of humanists' relations with patrons, but treat issues of print publication that clarify a humanist's options at this later point in Carlson's period.
Steve Newhouse, chairman of Advance's Advance.Net web division said that "we are thrilled to be bringing Wired News back into the fold after eight years of separation from the print publication, especially since it comes at a time of exploding growth and creativity on the web, and huge momentum for 'Wired Magazine.'" Conde Nast's initial investment in the magazine, a minority stake, was made in January 1994.
Create a product that will enhance your print publication. The online spin-off should have totally new copy, or, if you're going to use previously printed articles, design should be completely redone for online-only publication.
Less dramatic, but equally important, are the ways in which the electronic medium can alter community discourse practices by increasing access to other symbol systems used within the community but which typically are not available through traditional print publication. This is the goal of some electronic journals that plan to provide readers with access both to text and related images as well as graphic and quantitative data.
Mealey Publications (King of Prussia, PA), a unit of Lexis Nexis (Dayton, OH), has begun the production of two new information reports, including the print publication of "Mealey's Litigation Report: Benzene" and the online publication of "LexisNexis Bankruptcy Report."
Recent b2b magazine titles that have ceased print publication come from the range of topic categories.
According to the lawsuit, the writers originally completed assignments for the Times, Newsday or Time -- granting no more than first, one-time North American print publication rights, which were exhausted with the appearance of the articles in print.