Warner Bros Global Publishing is a premiere entertainment licensing company representing over 2,100 animated characters, over 6,000 feature films and 12,000 hours of television programming, including Looney Tunes and Scooby-Doo.
Ebony is the No. 1 source for an authoritative perspective on the Black community. Under the direction of Editor-in-Chief, Kierna Mayo, the monthly magazine, now in its 66th year, reaches nearly 11-million readers.
ShortList is a free weekly magazine published in the United Kingdom, which launched on 20 September 2007. The magazine has the biggest circulation of any men's lifestyle magazine in Britain.
Owner of the world famous trademark Ripley's Believe It or Not! As world authority on all that is unbelievable, the company offers up its vast archives of the strange and unusual through books, television shows, tourist attractions, merchandise and the worldwide syndication of its daily newspaper...
TOKYOPOP is hailed as a leading youth-oriented entertainment brand and an innovator of manga creation. The company's global reach has expanded to Europe and Asia, with recent offices opening in the UK and Germany. Visit. www.tokyopop.com for more info.
Egmont, founded in 1878, is one of the Scandinavia's leading media groups. We create and tell stories ranging from print to plasma screen, from entertainment to education, from intellectual to popular culture. Egmont has activities in 21 countries.
Privately-owned publishing company accepting submissions from new and established songwriters.
Publisher profile: Peer Music - The Independent Major
Major publisher serving Canada and beyond.
Publisher profile: EMI Music Publishing Canada
A small publisher based in the north east of England but with authors from around the world. We publish fantasy and science fiction. Much of it is Young Adult, but is enjoyed by people of all ages.
Publisher profile: Aelurus Publishing
DreamLitt udgiver primært krimier, fantasy og anden skønlitteratur. Fælles for alle udgivelser er passionen for den gode fortælling og den spændende historie, som bliver hos læseren, efter bogen er læst færdig.