Definitions

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  • noun The publication of works in an electronic format.

Etymologies

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e- +‎ publishing

Examples

  • The Indian e-publishing offshoring industry is estimated to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 35% to $1.2 billion by 2012, employing nearly 74,000 people in around 1,500 companies, according to KPMG.

    FT Fund, Partners Buy 60% in E-Publishing Outsourcing Firm

  • The theme this year is innovation - the new tools and techniques which have emerged in e-publishing which will impact on everybody involved in content creation and delivery.

    E-books and E-content 2009

  • If e-publishing is to be handled through the same maze of H = m, HBJ, andn other “established firms” with (ahem) multiple layers of editors and proofreaders I see no need.

    Making e-history: on the other hand….

  • THE BEAT » Blog Archive » So e-publishing is going to be as stupid and petty as regular publishing Says:

    Amazon Pulls First Second Books, Other Macmillan Titles » Comics Worth Reading

  • Graphic novels are just one development that promises to keep the reviewer's lot lively; when I think about self-publishing, print-on-demand and e-publishing, I just want it to stay Memorial Day weekend (which I intend to spend reading the new John Sandford and Tom Rob Smith thrillers) for the rest of my life.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • It adds an additional competitor to a growing market, but with the entry of a prestigious player like Harlequin the stature of e-publishing can only continue to rise.

    Gabriella Hewitt » 2009 » November

  • I know that moving into e-publishing is the right thing for me.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2010 » May

  • (Include e-publishing and self-publishing please, and indicate if this is for novel-length fiction.)

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Could YOU be WU’s next contributor?

  • It adds an additional competitor to a growing market, but with the entry of a prestigious player like Harlequin the stature of e-publishing can only continue to rise.

    Harlequin launches new digital publisher

  • Graphic novels are just one development that promises to keep the reviewer's lot lively; when I think about self-publishing, print-on-demand and e-publishing, I just want it to stay Memorial Day weekend (which I intend to spend reading the new John Sandford and Tom Rob Smith thrillers) for the rest of my life.

    Blurring boundaries

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