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editors or journalists. Other content requires permission from the original
publishers. If an article you wish to republish is not clearly attributed
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you to print the timely article offered as a sample below and see how easy
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take a look, give us a read. Your feedback is welcome.
we cover National and International news. We also have some intriguing
business content on the future of publishing. We leave you with this little
bit of wisdom. In the new information age, every publisher and every journalist
are not only responsible for the veracity of what they write today, they
are also responsible for everything they wrote yesterday. The titans have
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So, go ahead,
take us to your leader.
Ahmed Amr Publisher NileMedia.com