co-publish

co-publish

vb (tr)
(Journalism & Publishing) to publish (something) with another person or company
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SPYR's wholly owned subsidiary, SPYR APPS, LLC is already working with SuperPlus Games, a small Finnish developer, to co-publish its game Retro Shot.
The company also said it was cutting about 100 workers at its newspaper production and circulation arm and that it had entered into an agreement to co-publish magazines.
The company made the announcement this morning indicating in a press release it reached an agreement with Worldwide Industrial to co-publish the publication with Worldwide Industrial in efforts to offer a broader range of power supply equipment such as switches, variable, modular, portable, uninterruptible, high voltage, regulated, industrial and backup power supplies, units and electrical power accessories.
Interactive entertainment software company Electronic Arts Inc (NASDAQ:ERTS) said today that its EA Partners division has entered into an agreement with game developer Funcom to co-publish Funcom's massively multiplayer online game The Secret World.
In other news, Springer signed an agreement with the International Society of Oncology and BioMarkers (ISOBM) to co-publish the Tumor Biology journal, a publishing venture that started in the new year.
Zondervan will co-publish for the Christian book market.
We are pleased to announce that from 2009 onwards the Commission on World Mission and Evangelism (CWME) of the World Council of Churches will co-publish the International Review of Mission with Wiley-Blackwell.
The international mobile games provider Gameloft was working together with Nokia to co-publish Ubi Soft Entertainment's brands such as Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, Rayman 3, and Marcel Desailly Pro Soccer for the Nokia N-Gage game deck.
Consumer Products and Electronic Arts will co-publish a videogame based on Looney Tunes: Back In Action, the feature film to be released in November, 2003.
To help real estate managers, asset managers, commercial brokers and other investment real estate professionals learn to use the Internet more effectively as a tool for boosting their businesses, the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) and the Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute (CIREI) have joined forces to co-publish a special Internet technologies supplement, "Technology for Tomorrow: Working the Web." The supplement will appear in the November/December issues of IREM's official publication, the Journal of Property Management (JPM) and CIREI'S publication, the Commercial Investment Real Estate Journal (CIREJ).
In the new venture, GT Interactive Software and Softbank will co-publish all GT Interactive titles for the Japanese market.