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Publishers - books, magazines and newspapers. Analysis of the covers of different publications.

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A Textbook Publisher Pearson Pearson Learning Solutions 501 Boylston Street, Suite 900 Boston MA 02116 Pearson is a popular and successful education company which provides educational materials, technologies, assessments and related servies to teachers an students of all ages. 60% of the Pearson's generated sales are from North America, the company also operates In more than sixty countries. This particular company is also a leading provider of electronic learning programmes and of test development, Processing and scoring services to educational institutions around the world. Pearson education's schools and colleges aspect of the company publishes a wide range of books, software and online resources for primary and secondary schools, FE colleges and private training providers. The company publish well known brands such as: * Heinemann * Longman * BBC Active * York Notes The higher and professional education team help people to learn throughout their working live. ...read more.

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The company publishes and prints specialist magazines and is based in Bourne, Lincolnshire. The company started as a newsagent in 1926 and was founded by Lorenzo Warner. Warners then changed to a printing company in the 1960s and began publishing specialist magazines in the late 1980s. Warners group publications plc makes over twenty million a year, employs more than hundred and seventy members of staff and publishes more than thirty magazines in a broad range of subjects. The magazines cover subjects such as: * Boat Fishing * Bird watching * Camping * Scottish History * Stamp and coin collection The following front cover is from a history magazine which Warners publishes. * Though the cover image is a illustration I think the magazine is aimed at an older audience. The image is detailed and is based on the civil war. * A plain black background has been printed behind the masthead so it is clear and easy for the reader to understand. ...read more.

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of the World * The Times Only in Australasia are the following newspapers available: * The Australian * Weekly Times * Inside Out The following front page was taken from the redtop newspaper, The Sun. * Several different stories have been covered in the front page and have been separated with black lines. * The masthead is bold and eye catching and has been printed on a red background. This has been done due to the newspaper being a redtop. * Slang has been used in the main headline; "SuBo" which is short for Susan Boyle has been printed. * A wide range of different fonts have been used, this makes the cover more eye catching and separates the different points of information. * The price of the newspaper has been printed bolder and with a brighter use of colour. This is suggesting the newspaper is at an inexpensive price. Which will attract readers to the newspaper. Factual writing for print products - Publishers ...read more.

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