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Editor

“Editors coordinate, plan, and revise the written work of a staff or a network of freelancers. Editors may work for book companies, magazines, websites, or newspapers and depending on specific assigned responsibilities. Editors review written work focusing on grammar, readability, and if the style matches the goals of the publication and the expectations of the audience.” Study.com (2020) Editor vs Publisher

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Johann GutenbergPublisher

A Publisher is a person or company responsible to make contents available to the public. In addition, a Publisher is responsible to ensure the accuracy, ownership, precision and presentation of printed and digital materials and to expose anomalies. Wikipedia (2020) | Cambridge English Dictionary (2020)

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Author

“An Author is the creator or originator of any written work such as a book or play, and is also considered a writer. More broadly defined, an author is “the person who originated or gave existence to anything” and whose authorship determines responsibility for what was created.” Wikipedia (2020). Author.

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PPNI Publishing LogoJournalist | Essayist

A Journalist is someone who writes and/or reports for newspapers, magazines, or news websites. Journalists research source materials for factual contents.

An Essayist is someone who writes essays specifically, whether they are published in books, literary journals or websites.

Indian Hill, The Hub (Feb 19, 2019) This Is The Difference Between A Blogger, Writer, Author, Journalist & Content Creator

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Blogger | Content Creator

A Blogger is someone who writes in a conversational way.

A Content Creator is someone who creates and publishs original content to be consumed digitally through blogging, photography, social media, podcast, or YouTube and alike.

Indian Hill, The Hub (Feb 19, 2019) This Is The Difference Between A Blogger, Writer, Author, Journalist & Content Creator

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History of Publishing

“Publishing became possible with the invention of writing, and became more practical upon the introduction of printing. Prior to printing, distributed works were copied manually, by scribes. Due to printing, publishing progressed hand-in-hand with the development of books. The Chinese inventor Bi Sheng made movable type of earthenware circa 1045, but there are no known surviving examples of his work. Around 1450, in what is commonly regarded as an independent invention, Johannes Gutenberg invented movable type in Europe, along with innovations in casting the type based on a matrix and hand mould. This invention gradually made books less expensive to produce and more widely available.” Wikipedia (2020) | Project Gutenberg (2020)

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Stages of Publishing

“The publishing process includes creation, acquisition, copy editing, production, printing (and its electronic equivalents), marketing, and distribution. Although listed as distinct stages, parts of these occur concurrently. As editing of text progresses, front cover design and initial layout takes place, and sales and marketing of the book begins. The publisher may subcontract various aspects of this process to specialist companies and/or freelancers.” Wikipedia (2020)

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Traditional Publishing

Traditional Publishing refers to the circulation of printed works, such as books, newspapers, and magazines. The evolution of electronic information systems have expanded the role of Traditional Publishing to include electronic ebooks, academic journals, websites, blogs, and the like. Wikipedia (2020)

 

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