Definition of publishing
: the business or profession of the commercial production and issuance of literature, information, musical scores or sometimes recordings, or art newspaper publishing software publishing
Examples of publishing in a Sentence
He was hoping to get a job in publishing after college.
Her sister works for a well-known publishing company.
Recent Examples of publishing from the Web
Emerson College: Naperville residents Katrina Taylor, a writing, literature and publishing major, and Nikolai Jackowski, a marketing communications major, have been named to the dean's list at Emerson College in Boston for the spring semester.
Profits have long been narrow or nonexistent in publishing and BookExpo/BookCon is one way to limit costs.
In 2005, Lauer became Modern Healthcare's editorial director and vice president of publishing.
WWE is committed to family friendly entertainment on its television programming, pay-per-view, digital media and publishing platforms.
But his publishing obligations were becoming excessively consuming, and he was confronted by restrictions on his favorite surfing spot.
At the center of the scene is a publishing house called Arktos Media.
McCormack also helped bring One Direction's Harry Styles to Universal for publishing.
This story was reported by Voice of OC, a nonprofit investigative newsroom, as part of a publishing agreement with TimesOC.
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First Known Use of publishing
PUBLISHING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of publishing for English Language Learners
: the business of producing books, magazines, etc., to sell to the public
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