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Syndication

The selling of a project finance to a group of prospective participants, the syndicate.

Syndication

The process of finding underwriters to place a new issue. See also: Syndicate.
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The free eBook includes valuable quotes from social media experts, leading content distributors such as LexisNexis, and bloggers who currently license content for syndication through Newstex, including:
Voxant's exclusive focus on online news syndication benefits the entire news ecosystem:
66, all fees charged by syndicators should be included in determining sales value, except fees for which future services must be performed (which should be recognized at the time they're performed) and syndication fees.
Mandatory reading for all our organisation offices and for anyone joining our Syndications and New Issues Group.
A perspective on RSS and Weblogs meant for content creators/owners, enterprise users, and bigger-picture decision makers, not just early adopters of RSS and Weblog enthusiasts -- A realistic and unbiased perspective on the theory and utility of RSS and Internet Content Syndication that interprets their real-world, long-term viability -- An analysis of the present and potential uses of these technologies in the enterprise
Vignette Syndication Server enables businesses to distribute their electronic goods and services outside of its own Website through a network of reseller, affiliate, and partner Websites or their "customer chain.
The free SFV online video syndication tools are available now at: http://www.
We see the role of content syndication expanding and becoming more important as consumers increasingly are relying on the Web as their prime source of product information," said Michael G.
Everything you always wanted to know about PR and Syndication but were afraid to ask
The report begins by explaining the latest developments in personalised media syndication and then profiles the Paris-based start-up, Netvibes, who is one of the leaders in this emerging area.
Medialink, a major producer and distributor of short-form video and audio to broadcast and broadband media, will use Voxant's Viral Syndication Network(TM) to distribute informational video and audio clips produced for corporations and organizations.
Since its debut in television syndication, Wheel of Fortune has reigned as the highest rated nationally syndicated show for 36 consecutive sweeps periods and is the most watched game show in the world with over 100 million worldwide viewers tuning in weekly.