co-edition

co-edition

n
(Journalism & Publishing) a title published jointly by two publishers
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co-edition

[ˈkəʊɪˌdɪʃən] Nedición f conjunta
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The current co-edition of Mastozoologia Neotropical is a new step further to formalize what is happening in fact.
Le SG du HCA a estime qu'il est urgent et important de creer un organe de presse national sur fonds publics ou en co-edition avec le prive.
I'm very proud to introduce you to the new facsimile publication in AEDOM-SEDEM (Spanish Musico logical Society) co-edition. The first title is El cancionero de la Colombina, (January, 2007); a fourteenth century chansonier in the Colombina Library in Sevilla.
The world of publishing was to be transformed in the 1970s by a series of technological breakthroughs, led by such publishers as Paul Hamlyn, Mitchell Beazley, Marshall Cavendish, Dorling Kindersley and others who had little interest in art as such but who were extremely interested in illustrated books general/B and who invented what might be called the second-generation co-edition. Superficially somewhat similar to those of Thames and Hudson (and others), they, were nonetheless different.
Co-edition publisher and packager, Quarto, hopes to double in size within a few years, after announcing a 12.2% rise in pre-tax profits.
London-based Quarto has two core areas - creating books for publication by other publishers via its co-edition division and publishing its own titles.
And while the co-edition division was affected by the global economy, Quarto's publishing arm saw sales and profits shoot ahead.
The children's publisher saw sales rise by 12%, including a jump of 50% in US co-edition sales and a UK rise of 21% on 2002.