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Publishers are those who take the initiative in physically or electronically publishing content (be it a book, magazine, news or other article, portrait, photograph, painting, music or video).  
 
Publishers are those who take the initiative in physically or electronically publishing content (be it a book, magazine, news or other article, portrait, photograph, painting, music or video).  
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While a publisher may not necessarily be the actual content creator (or creative) responsible for creating the content itself, they are usually the party who takes a vested interest in the content's publication, either through financial investment, free publication, use of services/resources, or some other form of support.
 
While a publisher may not necessarily be the actual content creator (or creative) responsible for creating the content itself, they are usually the party who takes a vested interest in the content's publication, either through financial investment, free publication, use of services/resources, or some other form of support.
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With [[new media]] and the surge in [[user-generated content]], publishers, producers and creators are increasingly all the same, single person or group of independent people working together (without the intervention of a small, medium or large commercial or non-profit company).
 
With [[new media]] and the surge in [[user-generated content]], publishers, producers and creators are increasingly all the same, single person or group of independent people working together (without the intervention of a small, medium or large commercial or non-profit company).
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== Resources ==
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* Semantic Publishing Tools: http://vocamp.org/wiki/Publishing_Tools
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== External Links ==

Revision as of 16:41, 10 September 2010

Publishers are those who take the initiative in physically or electronically publishing content (be it a book, magazine, news or other article, portrait, photograph, painting, music or video).


While a publisher may not necessarily be the actual content creator (or creative) responsible for creating the content itself, they are usually the party who takes a vested interest in the content's publication, either through financial investment, free publication, use of services/resources, or some other form of support.


With new media and the surge in user-generated content, publishers, producers and creators are increasingly all the same, single person or group of independent people working together (without the intervention of a small, medium or large commercial or non-profit company).



Resources


External Links