copublisher\(ˌ)kō-ˈpə-bli-shər \ or co-publishernoun, plural copublishers or co-publishers
The work is so long, the printing cost so great, that Faber and Faber first asked the University of Chicago Press to be the American copublisher, then bowed out altogether. — Israel Shenker
Examples of copublish in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebJust this week, ProPublica, copublishing with The Times, revealed that McKinsey consultants had recommended in 2017 that Immigration and Customs Enforcement cut its spending on food for migrants and medical care for detainees.
Michael Forsythe, New York Times, 5 Dec. 2019 Gulshan Khan for The New York Times This article is copublished with ProPublica, the nonprofit investigative newsroom.
New York Times, 14 Dec. 2019 Leonardo Santamaria This article is copublished with ProPublica, the nonprofit investigative newsroom.
New York Times, 3 Dec. 2019 This article is copublished with ProPublica, the nonprofit investigative newsroom, for which Ian MacDougall is a contributing reporter.
New York Times, 14 Dec. 2019
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