publishing empire

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Noun1.publishing empire - a conglomerate of publishing companies
conglomerate, empire - a group of diverse companies under common ownership and run as a single organization
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But the property is soon to become a home, rather than HQ to a musical publishing empire.
More than seven years ago, the filmmakers behind the first Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie chose young Zachary Gordon to be their Greg Heffley - the titular, relatable boy of Jeff Kinney's half-billion-dollar Wimpy Kid publishing empire.
Needless to say, Peerless Media is proud to be the steward of this venerable brand that long served as the foundation of the late Norman Cahners' publishing empire, one that helped to shape the direction of all B2B media.
Nevertheless, a great magazine was created in the halls of the late Robert Petersen's publishing empire and is now celebrating its Silver Anniversary of archery and bowhunt-ing achievements, albeit now based in Harrisburg, Pa.
Having sold Derwent to Roy Thomson's publishing empire (an ancestor of today's Thomson Reuters), Monty continued happily in charge until his mid-60s.
Self-Publishing Boot Camp is an educational program of books and workshops founded in 2010 in response to a growing cry from authors as the traditional publishing empire collapsed.
Granted, the Aga Khan has a successful training scheme which produces job-ready, fit-for-purpose journalists for his East African publishing empire, but this is not enough to achieve critical mass for the continent.
And that's why the publishing empire he founded succeeded as it did--and why the magazines he founded continue to honor his memory.
Timothy Forbes, son of publishing honcho Malcolm Forbes and CEO of the family's publishing empire, sold his townhouse at 60 West 11th Street in the West Village for $11.
Koo has had a tempestuous relationship with American Walker, heir to the huge Forbes publishing empire, for some years.
The award is named for the printer who built a publishing empire in Worcester and in 1812 founded the American Antiquarian Society.
Both Chi and Closer are under the domain of Berlusconi's Mondadori publishing empire.

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