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    Periodicals Publishers in Royal Palm Beach

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    Business Listing   Alternative Therapy Newtwork - Royal Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 798-0472

    Business Listing   Observer - Royal Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 791-9687

    Business Listing   Old And Rare Books.Com - Royal Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 753-3126

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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 Royal Palm Beach 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 Royal Palm Beach.

    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 Royal Palm Beach.The periodicals publishers awards are the most coveted awards in the magazine industry.

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