Publishing by Munira


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Publishing by Munira

  1. 1. What is publishing  Publishing is the process of production and dissemination of literature, music, or information the activity of making information available to the general public.
  2. 2. Types of publishing. Types of publishing:  General - or consumer - books: including mass-market paperbacks and accounting for 60% of the industry's sales in the UK. Consumer publishing produces the most widely known titles: best selling fiction and non-fiction; those most frequently reviewed; those featured in the media; and those prominently displayed in retail outlets.  Children's book publishing: a lively and growing sector of consumer book publishing. It has been estimated that fifty per cent of all children's book sales in the UK are made through non-traditional trade channels such as children's school book clubs and fairs.  Journals, educational, academic, reference, scientific and technical, professional, and medical publishing: in these areas, publishers are far more likely to be involved in initiating a book, journal or series, so opportunities can arise for graduates in specialized subjects.  The processes of book publishing are generally divided into editorial, design and production, marketing (sales and publicity), distribution, the handling of contracts and rights, and administration (which includes the accounting and general computing functions).
  3. 3. Public service publishing.  Such books often employ the services of a ghostwriter. In providing a work to the general public, the publisher takes responsibility for the publication in a way to help the people in public places
  4. 4. National publishing   National Publications was one of the companies that would later become DC Comics. The corporation was originally two companies: National Allied Publications (founded by Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson in 1934 to publish the first American comic book with all-original material rather than comic strip reprints) and Detective Comics. They two merged in the 1930s to become National Comics (later National Periodical Publications). In 1945, National Publications purchased AllAmerican Publications, a company with which it shared offices and some business relationships.
  5. 5. Digital publishing  Digital publishing is a company that licenses and releases, in English, Japanese anime, manga, and related merchandise
  6. 6. Regional publishing  Regional Publishing, is now a business that is unit for establishing the National Reporter System, a system of regional reporters.
  7. 7. World service publishing  Publishing World Service has provided services by direct. Most of the BBC's magazine and book publishing activities were sold in 2011.
  8. 8. Advantages and disadvantages of publishing. Advantages:  Easy and simple to use  Graphic is easily imported and formatted  Numerous Template  Professional printing and publishing options Disadvantages  Very slow installation process  Not particular formats.  Not very suitable for office use
  9. 9. The publishing aim to…  The publisher aims to have to take publishers out of publishing to claim that they already do most of the work involved in publishing their research on computers or other technical things.
  10. 10. What else does the publishing own.  The copyrights owned and administered by publishing companies are one of the most important forms of intellectual property in the publishing industry.