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Periodicals Publishers In Irvine

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Periodicals Publishers

Below is a list of businesses which provide Periodicals Publishers services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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Business Listing   Advertisement Banners - Irvine, CA - Phone: (714) 779-7272

Business Listing   Aqua Magazine - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 253-8725

Business Listing   Aquarium Fish - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 855-8822

Business Listing   Barnes & Noble - Irvine, CA - Phone: (714) 508-9707

Business Listing   CMP Media - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 223-3600

Business Listing   Crain Communications - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 255-5340

Business Listing   D1 Productions - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 753-0202

Business Listing   Dockside Publications Inc - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 756-0900

Business Listing   Entrepreneur Media- Inc. - Irvine, CA - Phone: (562) 261-2325

Business Listing   Executive Golfer - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 752-6474

Business Listing   IDC - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 250-1960

Business Listing   IDG - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 250-0164

Business Listing   Irvine World News - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 553-2900

Business Listing   Kelly Blue Book - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 770-7704

Business Listing   Micro Times - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 955-3155

Business Listing   Network World - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 250-3006

Business Listing   Newport Communications Group - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 261-1636

Business Listing   Orange County Business Journal - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 833-8373

Business Listing   Pacific Coast Trade - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 798-3500

Business Listing   PC World - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 250-8081

Business Listing   Thoroughbred Times - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 458-3426

Business Listing   Trader Publishing Employment Guide - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 462-0212

Business Listing   Trojan Sports Publishing LLC - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 222-1048

Business Listing   Zenith Media Services Inc - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 417-3242

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Helpful Definition for: Periodicals Publishers

A publishing industry body which promotes and protects the interests of companies involved in the production of consumer, customer and business media in Irvine are called periodicals publishers. It also runs courses and accredits some university journalism and publishing programmers and also judge magazines and digital concepts submitted by students on accredited courses with in Irvine.

The periodical publisher identifies and develops standard-bearing professional qualifications for the magazine industry, which are then delivered by training. Qualifications are provided for every level in every job family of magazine and business media publishing in Irvine.The periodicals publishers awards are the most coveted awards in the magazine industry.

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