book-publishing love

book-publishing

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  • This, then, is where the e-readers and the Espresso machine come in - but Mr Clee does not seem at all optimistic about the future of real-world bookshops, however the book-publishing industry transforms itself.

    PETRONA

  • In the meantime, Lagard é re becomes dependent on its book-publishing and kiosk businesses, while more than 30% of its equity value is accounted for by its residual 7.5% stake in aero-defense group European Aeronautic Defence & Space.

    Lagard

  • In 2006, Viacom Inc. split into two separate firms, CBS Corp. that covered broadcast TV, radio and book-publishing and Viacom that kept most cable TV and cinema assets.

    Comcast Plays Up 'Symphony'

  • Revenue at Lagardère's book-publishing and magazine businesses continued to drop on stagnant ad sales and the closure of several bookstores.

    Lagardère Warns of Charge at Sports Division

  • "Randy would spend an hour each morning on a stationary bike to try to keep himself fit, and in that hour he'd be on the phone with Jeff," said Robert Miller, who was president of Walt Disney Co.'s Hyperion book-publishing unit when the title was published in 2008.

    Journal Columnist Jeffrey Zaslow Dies at 53

  • Photographer.ru opened there in 2007, and it serves as the office for her agency and book-publishing ventures as well.

    Free Market Exposure

  • He believed he could find magazine publication for it, and he felt that recognition by the magazines would commend him to the book-publishing houses.

    Chapter 37

  • I was able to speak with a book agent and publishing industry expert, Maura Teitelbaum of Abrams Artists, about these questions, in an effort to explicate some of the new components of the changing book-publishing world.

    Marni Salup: How Successful New Authors Are Branding Themselves Through Social Media

  • According to one participant, the aim of the meetings, which culminated in a dinner Thursday evening, was for Amazon to “explain itself” to the agent community, whose members fear that e-books could undermine the book-publishing business much the way that digital file-sharing and iTunes upended the music industry.

    Amazon whisks agents off for conference, fellating sessions

  • How come Publishers Weekly's book-publishing articles are so staid while its Comics Week articles are so opinionated and lively (and poorly copyedited)?

    Archive 2009-03-01

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