Definition of Magazine publisher
1. Noun. A business firm that publishes magazines. "He works for a magazine"
Generic synonyms: Publisher, Publishing Company, Publishing Firm, Publishing House
Lexicographical Neighbors of Magazine Publisher
Literary usage of Magazine publisher
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bookman (1910)
"How a magazine publisher Astir, the volume from which the above story is quoted, is uncommonly well named, being the brisk and entertaining- chronicle of a ..."
2. The Author's Desk Book: Being a Reference Volume Upon Questions of the by William Dana Orcutt (1914)
"In an article in their "Bulletin," the Authors' League refers to these dealings as follows: "In his relations with the magazine publisher, the short-story ..."
3. The New Unionism in the Clothing Industry by Jacob M. Budish, George Henry Soule (1920)
"A newspaper or magazine publisher depends upon the same sources of credit as ... The newspaper and magazine publisher, with almost negligible exceptions/ by ..."
4. Where and how to Sell Manuscripts: A Directory for Writers by William Bloss McCourtie (1920)
"... sale of a certain manuscript as a photoplay, as a play, or for second serial or syndicate uses. However, the magazine publisher or editor ought not to ..."
5. Bulletin of Bibliography and Dramatic Index by Frederick Winthrop Faxon, Mary Estella Bates, Anne C. Sutherland (1917)
"19, p. 171-80. The sensational start and tragic finish of a weekly magazine in New York. "A magazine publisher who has made millions. ..."