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electronic publishing

[i‚lek¦trän·ik ′pəb·lish·iŋ]
(communications)
The provision of information with high editorial and value-added content in electronic form, allowing the user some degree of control and interactivity.

electronic publishing

The distribution of digital text, images and video. Electronic publishing includes online publications as well as digital media such as CDs and DVDs. Contrast with "printed material" (see treeware). See desktop publishing.
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The Web Publisher offers an affordable and easy-to-use solution for government agencies, corporations, legal libraries, universities, and others who need to create searchable Web databases.
Liberty Web Publisher is fully interoperable with popular Web browsers from Netscape and Microsoft and does not require C programming, string handling or off-line debugging in order to develop applications.
Conduit, enabling web publishers to distribute their offerings directly and through its global network of publishers, today announced the Conduit Open[TM] initiative.
Using the KickApps Widget & Video Player Studio, web publishers can easily create, manage and program an unlimited number of custom online video players.
InterNotes Web Publisher allows Web browser users to fill out Notes forms and submit them directly into a Notes database, an action which in turn can trigger business process applications such as customer service, lead generation and tracking, and sales management.
Called Web Publisher, the software lets virtually any end user take existing documents that were created in a Windows word processor or desktop publishing program and convert them into beautiful Web pages automatically.
Within a given document, Web Publisher recognizes and converts Paragraphs; Tables; Bullet Lists; Numbered Lists; Embedded and Imported Images; Italic, Bold, and Underline attributes; Heading codes; Index codes; Cross-Reference Links.
Collarity's patented new technology represents a breakthrough for Web publishers seeking to better monetize content, build customer loyalty, and understand the likes and dislikes of their unique audience.
SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT, Google and web publishers will now be able to monetize professional video content while respecting copyrights through these video distribution models.
Web publishers, bloggers and independent journalists now have a way to add trusted news video, audio, text and still images, increasing Web site traffic and monetizing their sites.
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