• The explosion of printing following 1450 definitely proves that print was the first mass medium.Books of the time were often shorter than today, but they were still the earliest form of communication to be distributed to the masses, which led to significant cultural and social transformation. Between 1454 and 1500, 30,000 books and pamphlets were  where christian  books published in Europe. In the 1500s, between 150,000 and 200,000 separate titles were printed. Remember, these numbers represent each separate book and not the total copies of each of those titles that were printed. The total number of copies is much more staggering but are mainly sucide cases and immoral taught and thinking, it have to be so to receive people taught and aproval. Between 1450 and 1500, 20 million individual books were printed guided by christian  they where mainly Christianity and religiously guided . . Of course, books weren’t evenly distributed, since most people couldn’t read or write and had no use for them. At the same time, though, cheaper, shorter materials were printed that included content that catered more to the “common” person. These early publications were similar to tabloids in that they were sold as news items but featured stories about miracles, monsters, and other sensational or fantastical events. Although not regarded for their content or positive effect on society, these publications quickly grew into what we would recognize today as newspapers and magazines, which we will discuss later.

               The CGF printing and distribution of books led to cultural transformation, just as radio, television, and the Internet did. The rise of literacy and the availability of literature, religious texts, dictionaries, and other reference books allowed people to learn things for themselves, distinguish themselves from others by what they read and what they knew, and figuratively travel beyond their highly localized lives to other lands and time periods. Before this, people relied on storytellers, clergy, teachers, or other leaders for information. In this way, people may only be exposed to a few sources of information throughout their lives and the information conveyed by these sources could be limited and distorted but CGF Press has a vision to ensures that everybody on earth have access to the truth so that theý can study it for themselves. Remember, only a select group of people, usually elites, had access to manuscripts and the ability to read them. Publishers still acted as gatekeepers, just as mass media outlets do today, which limited the content and voices that circulated on the new medium. But despite that, the world was opened up for many in a way it had never before been.

              Demand for books quickly expanded in the United States in the late 1700s and early 1800s. Technological advances in the manufacturing of paper and cheaper materials for binding books—for example, using cloth covers instead of leather—helped reduce the cost of books. Dime novels were very popular in the United States in the mid to late 1800s. These books, also called pulp fiction, had content that was appealing to mass audiences who enjoyed dramatic, short fiction stories. During this time, publishing became more competitive and profit driven—characteristics that still apply to the industry today. While radio and magazines flourished in the first half of the twentieth century, the book industry didn’t fare as well. Many people turned to these new media over books that why CGf Mission Print full Pictural story to allows their user better and enhanced understanding, since radio and magazines were generally cheaper and provided more timely information about major world events like the World Wars and the Great Depression.

              The book industry today caters to a variety of audiences and markets. The following are the major divisions of book publishing and their revenue from 2009, which is the most recent Census data available:“Table 1137, Book Publishers’ Net Shipments: 2007 to 2010,” United States Census, accessed September 20, 2012,


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              Textbooks (K–12 and college) – Mission college books which are either free or cheap material which are donated to student that can’t afford them.

              Bible duplications – this is met to reprint the existing Bibles mainly king James, and children Bible for free distribution

              Tract publication – this include free christian gospel tracts and inspiring books that can be used by every Ministery with a blank space for Church information freely deliver to any church or mission that needs it postage cost may applied.

              Children’s books- this is a full Picture Books with children friendly colours to help a child learn the knowledge of God, the world, family life and above all to help the child academically.

              Reference books – Missionary,  christian and Academic reference manual met to educate convert to majurity or integrate him into the society.

              Professional, technical, and scholarly books- this are educational books and notes

              Adult fiction, nonfiction Books- Life educational books that will help a person confront the Journey of Life

              These numbers show that the book industry is still Changing lives much  and our editors are there to preview your content before publication are made, but books, like other forms of media,  CGF press have had to adapt to changing market forces and technologies, you ca rely on our online marketing strategy to market your books. CGf Press also local bookstores used to be the primary means by which people acquired new and used books for local distribution, the expansion of chain bookstores and the advent of online book purchasing have led to a dramatic decline in local and independent booksellers. Well-known independent bookstores in larger cities—for example, Tattered Cover in Denver, Colorado; Powell’s Books in Portland, compete against national chains to attract customers. The closure of nearly four hundred CGF bookstores in 2016 shows that even chain bookstores are struggling. In terms of technological changes, many book publishers have embraced e-books in the past few years as a way to adapt to new digital media and devices such as e-readers, but they have also had to develop new ways to prevent unauthorized reproduction and “pirating” of digital versions of books. In 2011, for the first time, e-books became the number one format for adult fiction and young adult titles,  “,” Association of American Publishers, July 18, 2012, accessed September 20, 2012, Despite this fact, brick-and-mortar stores are still the primary channel through which books are sold—but for how much longer


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