Definitions

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  • adj. Being or pertaining to a source not found in print; not in print.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ print

Examples

  • But some could reward investors because the companies possess valuable nonprint assets like TV stations and Internet properties, as well as still-profitable papers.

    Newspapers, Yes, Newspapers Might Be Good Stock Plays

  • They illustrate the power of nonprint SF as a tool to effectively engage with contemporary concerns. pp 99–103 7. Remembering Torchwood: Investigating the Postmodern Memory Crisis on the Small Screen

    June « 2010 « Dynamic Subspace

  • The proliferation of nonprint SF texts, such as film, television, Web content, comic books, and video games, indicates that SF remains a valuable and generative mode of storytelling.

    June « 2010 « Dynamic Subspace

  • All three essays use close readings of exemplar nonprint texts to draw conclusions about contemporary concerns.

    June « 2010 « Dynamic Subspace

  • And in this day of nonprint publications, it would make some sense to retitle the existing awards to “periodical” rather than “magazine,” too.

    Science Fiction Awards Watch » Blog Archive » Revitalizing Semiprozine

  • And it's still far too early to read an eventual drop in newsprint prices as a sign that publishers have boosted their bottom lines through nonprint media.

    Rising Prices Hit Newsprint Publishers

  • & Co., in likely its last full quarter as an independent company, posted a steep drop in net income because of items, but operating performance improved as a result of strength at the company's nonprint businesses.

    Dow Jones Net Falls, but

  • The publishing business is going to become more dependent on nonprint avenues of promotion, such as radio and television.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • Newspapers, which get the bulk of their revenue from advertisements, have been struggling in the economic recession and from reliance by news consumers on Web sites and other nonprint resources.

    coloradoan.com - Local News

  • Newspapers, which get the bulk of their revenue from advertisements, have been struggling in the economic recession and from reliance by news consumers on websites and other nonprint resources.

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