Some things change, and some remain the same. Creators got its start in the pre-internet world of newspaper syndication, bringing work by some of the best writers and artists in the business to thousands of publications all over the world. Founder Rick Newcombe and his team have dedicated themselves to representing compelling and controversial voices that inspire public discourse and move society forward. Later, as the content marketplace began to change and the newspaper business began to wane, Creators took inspiration from the writers and artists it syndicated and built new ways to produce and distribute content with a distinct point of view. Today the company is not only a syndicator but an innovative consumer-facing book publisher, tapping into opportunities afforded by new technology to give new authors and creatives access to the audiences they need.Read More
Creators Publishing's release, “Bocas,” is a comedic thriller set in a small beach town not unlike its home base of Hermosa Beach. Founded in 2012 to give unique literary voices a world-wide platform, Creators Publishing is a branch of the syndication company Creators founded in 1987 by Rick Newcombe.Read More
The decision to drop the Republican presidential hopeful follows his column, published by conservative outlets like The Washington Times and National Review, in which he discussed how a “doctor’s fact-based expertise could augment a president’s leadership abilities.”
What caused the massive shift in the syndication business? The changing needs of newspapers and media companies in the digital era where space is tight, budgets are tighter and time isn’t the luxury it once was. Once content to simply shop for comics, puzzles and columnists, newspapers now need a vast array of content as they retrench to focus on local interests. Plus, a shrinking printed news hole has pivoted to largely expanding digital operations in desperate need of content.
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