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the act or process of publishing printed matter

an issue of printed material offered for sale or distribution

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I know that sounds overly simplistic, but since the argument that print is dying (or dead) is invalid--as proven by our continued existence--our most effective strategy is to keep putting out quality content, the kind of content readers expect when they pick up a print publication, the kind of content that continues to give readers the impression that print is a more trustworthy source of information than the Web, the kind of content that doesn't bombard readers but carefully frames each article, ad, image, and idea.
The chapters on print publication address what by now has become familiar territory: four key moments of print publication (the miscellany published by Richard Tottel in 1557; the printings of Sidney's Astrophil and Stella in 1591 and 1592, followed by his collected works in 1598; the Jonson folio of 1616; and the 1633 editions of the poems of John Donne and George Herbert) and the complex negotiations involved in the shift from the forms of patronage implied by manuscript circulation to those fashioned to support print publication.
In essence, print publications provide employees with a tangible link to one another and to the organization.
For years, Communication World advertisers have been producing ads for a stable, consistent print publication.
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.
print publication of the "first report on the state of the environment"
InfoWorld's enterprise virtualization build-out mirrors the brand's successful technology advocacy approach: face-to-face InfoWorld Executive Forum events, online community media (Weblog, podcast, newsletter), online special sections, and coverage in the weekly print publication.
Penton's Windows IT Media, the largest independent Windows IT community in the world, includes flagship print publication Windows IT Pro.
InfoWorld's enterprise virtualization build-out mirrors its successful SOA advocacy approach: face-to-face InfoWorld Executive Forum events, online community media (Weblog, podcast, newsletter), online special sections, and coverage in the weekly print publication.
This award is further validation of the success Computerworld has enjoyed as a result of strategic investments not only in our print publication, but also in our computerworld.
Nancy Friedrich, Editor of Microwaves & RF magazine said, "Microwaves & RF Notepad gives the editorial staff a forum to present a range of additional topics relevant to the RF/microwave community, without some of the time constraints of a print publication.
InfoWorld's build-out mirrors its successful SOA advocacy approach: face-to-face InfoWorld Executive Forum events, online community media (Weblog, podcast, newsletter), online special sections, and coverage in the weekly print publication.
Federal Computer Week - The market leader in government computing, with a print publication, companion Web site, eNewsletters, online information products, and conferences.
Thus the Xyleme solution allows TONY to augment its weekly print publications, providing subscribers with the opportunity to use Time Out Chicago's online edition (http://www.
Special Synergy Award for best use of online resources to complement print publications.