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Stora Enso Restructures to Drop $63.6 Million in Costs

Folio Magazine – 2012-02-09

Stora Enso has announced a restructuring plan that aims to cut costs in its annual magazine paper operation by about $63.6 million by third quarter 2013, with the goal of improving efficiency and productivity.
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Celsius to Showcase Open Platform Publishing Solution at NENPA 2012 Tradeshow

Editor & Publisher – 2012-02-08

Falmouth, ME (February 8, 2012) — CelsiusTechnology Group, a leader in open platform, multichannel publishing solutions for the print media industry, today announced its plans for the New England Newspaper & Press Association (NEN ...
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E-books by crime writer Jim Thompson coming soon

Boston.com – 2012-02-08

Novels by acclaimed crime writer Jim Thompson are coming out as e-books. Mulholland Books announced Tuesday that "The Killer Inside Me," "The Grifters" and other Thompson classics will be released in digital editions this year. The publisher says...
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Sittenfeld to re-imagine Austen for HarperFiction

The Bookseller – 2012-02-08

American author Curtis Sittenfeld has been announced as the latest author to re-create a Jane...
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A New iPad App that Promises a Future for Long-Form Journalism

Editor & Publisher – 2012-02-01

Longform.org, one of the growing breed of aggregators and social sites spreading multi-thousand-word journalism around the web, announced today that it will debut an iPad app tomorrow. And unlike some magazines that create iPad editions, they are ma...
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Bulk of Wesley Owen bookshops to close

The Bookseller – 2012-01-31

Wesley Owen has announced it may close all but one of its chain of Christian bookshops, saying...
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Cosmo founder donating $30M to Columbia, Stanford

Boston.com – 2012-01-31

Cosmopolitan magazine founder Helen Gurley Brown is donating $30 million to Stanford and Columbia universities to create a bicoastal media innovation laboratory, the universities and Hearst Corp. announced Monday.
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HC enhances Game of Thrones

The Bookseller – 2012-01-30

HarperCollins has announced publication of an enhanced e-book of bestseller Game of Thrones by...
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The Economist's Chinese competition

Guardian – 2012-01-30

The Economist has introduced a weekly section devoted to the coverage of China. In a leader announcing the move, the magazine said it is the first time since 1942 - when the US section was introduced - that it is dedicating an entire section to a...
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Gantos, Raschka, Whaley Take Home Top Kids’ Prizes

Publishers Weekly – 2012-01-27

Last Monday, the American Library Association announced its annual Youth Media Awards at its Midwinter conference, held this year in Dallas. The 2012 John Newbery Medal went to author Jack Gantos for Dead End in Norvelt (FSG), a semiautobiographical...
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American Press Institute Merges with Newspaper Association of America Foundation

Editor & Publisher – 2012-01-25

Arlington, Va. – The American Press Institute (API) and the Newspaper Association of America Foundation (NAAF) announced today that they will merge to create a dynamic new organization focused on meeting newspapers' crucial multimedia t ...
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E-Textbooks Should Be Free-Textbooks

Slate – 2012-01-24

The rules of the game dictate that any effort to move into America’s large and lucrative education publishing industry must be swaddled in pieties, and the electronic textbook initiative announced by Apple last week was no exception. Apple, which...
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Polar Mobile Raises $6 Million For HTML5-Based Publishing Platform, MediaEverywhere

Editor & Publisher – 2012-01-23

Polar Mobile, a digital media platform provider that builds apps for some of the biggest media companies, today announced it has secured an additional $6 million in funding. The new round, led by growth equity firm Georgian Partners, joins more than...
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Analyst: Apple's e-Textbook Gambit 'Just a 70% Solution'

PC World – 2012-01-20

Apple today announced iBooks Author and iBooks 2, free applications that let educational publishers and teachers create and market K-12 textbooks and course...
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Apple debuts free e-book publishing app

CNN – 2012-01-19

Apple on Thursday announced a new platform for creating and reading digital textbooks.
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Apple launches self-publishing app, partners with textbook publishers

The Bookseller – 2012-01-19

Apple has announced a new multimedia app called iBooks Author, allowing writers to create their...
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Five Hopes for Apple's Rumored E-Publishing Software

PC World – 2012-01-19

Will an Apple-branded ePub publishing client be announced at Thursday's Apple press event in New York?
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Pearson reveals profit upgrade and predicts 10% boost in full-year earnings

Guardian – 2012-01-19

Financial Times publisher says it earned £2bn in digital revenues last year and £600m from emerging marketsPearson, the owner of the Financial Times and book publisher Penguin, announced a profit upgrade and now expects full-year earnings to be up...
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Capitol Weekly won't publish print edition

SacBee – 2012-01-18

Capitol Weekly, the 23-year-old chronicle of state government in Sacramento, announced Tuesday that it is suspending its print edition effective Thursday.
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Playboy to Close Chicago Headquarters

Folio Magazine – 2012-01-18

Playboy has announced it will complete its westward shift by closing the company’s Chicago headquarters and relocating all departments to Los Angeles.
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