Inhouse Publishing

A publishing operation located within a larger company designed to perform all aspects of the graphics, prepress, and printing processes for the company of which it is a part. Inhouse publishers tend not to solicit work from outside clients, and usually don't depend on outside firms to handle parts of the publishing process. Also called inplant publishing.

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