The term, "Information", under the commercial value has been separated from what is concrete and given rise to controversy. Information is not power before becoming a need in the material world. It means that the economic value is often an accompaniment of the trade and the products. By itself, information as a trade goods shows no value but the reproduced (or the added) value in a market. Indeed, it is priceless for information. But the information merchandise do have real value. The world of information value is far more comprehensive than the actual world of electronic publishing. However, the problem is that electronic publications do naturally possess either the commercial features or cultural links. Accordingly, it is worthy to have a thought of electronic publishing progress in the information value system. We have to analyze the purposes for which CD-ROM and network publishing has been commercialized and the uses to which that information value has been put. Within this context, definitions and scope, a spectrum of the pricing structure, and market value of electronic-publishing and so on was explored. It obviously appear that electronic publishing is an independent and also a unique activity with information value.