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Cult of the Leader wins CMI Management Book award

The Bookseller – 2012-02-08

The Cult of the Leader (Wiley), written by Christopher Bones, has been named as the CMI...
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Hatchet Job award goes to Cunningham takedown

CBC – 2012-02-08

A critic who accused a Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist of scattering literary allusions like 'tin cans tied to a tricycle' has won a prize for the year's most lacerating book review.
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CSMonitor.com Launches Site Upgrade on eZ Publish Enterprise

CNW – 2012-02-07

Award-winning News Organization is the Most Visited eZ Publish Site in North America
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US paper fires photographer for manipulating pictures of herons

Guardian – 2012-02-06

A Californian newspaper has fired one of its veteran award-winning photographers for three cases of manipulating his pictures.The Sacramento Bee told readers on Saturday that it had sacked Bryan Patrick the day before for "violating the paper's...
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Sacramento Bee fires Bryan Patrick for photo manipulation

Poynter. – 2012-02-05

The Sacramento Bee fired award-winning photographer Bryan Patrick on Friday after finding three cases, going back to 2009, in which he digitally manipulated photographs. Patrick was suspended earlier this week when a reader raised questions about...
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PPC reveals 2011 shortlists

The Bookseller – 2012-02-01

The Publishers' Publicity Circle (PPC) has revealed the shortlists for its 2011 awards,...
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‘Orwellian Prize’ for inaccuracy awarded to the Daily Mail

Poynter. – 2012-01-31

A University of Oxford professor has awarded her annual prize for “journalistic misrepresentation” to an outrageously inaccurate and scaremongering story published by the Daily Mail in 2011. Dorothy Bishop, a professor of developmental...
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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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AFP Photographer Wins Prestigious Berlin Prize

Editor & Publisher – 2012-01-26

"This prestigious prize awarded to an AFP photographer for the first time demonstrates once again the quality of the work of our teams in Germany, and the talent of our journalists operating in our 200bureaus around the world," said Emmanuel ...
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Miller’s ‘Pure’ Wins $47,000 Costa Award After Man Booker Snub

BusinessWeek – 2012-01-25

Andrew Miller won the Costa Book of the Year award for “Pure,” a novel about pre-Revolutionary France. He defeated four other authors including the bookies’ favorite, biographer Matthew Hollis, and the U.K. poet laureate, Carol Ann Duffy, to...
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'Dead End in Norvelt' wins Newbery Medal

SacBee – 2012-01-24

Jack Gantos' "Dead End in Norvelt" has won the John Newbery Medal for the best children's book of 2011. Chris Raschka's "A Ball for Daisy" won the Randolph Caldecott award for best illustrated story.
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Media Decoder Blog: Children's Book Award Winners Named

The New York Times – 2012-01-24

The awards are the most prestigious in children's literature.
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Bookseller Awards open for business

The Bookseller – 2012-01-20

The starting gun has been fired in the race to find Britain's best publishers, retailers...
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Future cuts directors' pay by a quarter

Guardian – 2012-01-13

Publisher takes action in 2011 after slumping to a £19m loss but awards newly promoted senior execs with a 10% pay riseFuture Publishing cut the amount it paid directors by more than a quarter in 2011 after slumping to a £19m loss – but has...
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Future sells New York operation for $3m

Guardian – 2012-01-13

Magazine publisher Future has sold its loss-making New York division to NewBay MediaFuture Publishing has sold off its loss-making New York operation – home to magazines including Guitar World, Revolver and Guitar Aficionado – in a deal worth...
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Aperture Debuts ‘The PhotoBook Review’

Publishers Weekly – 2012-01-06

Aperture, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to promoting photography, is gearing up for a big year in 2012. In addition to celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, it has teamed with Paris Photo, the annual French photography fair, to launch The...
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Search for Britain's best independent bookshop begins

The Bookseller – 2012-01-06

The first category of this year's Bookseller Industry Awards opens next week, with...
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Search for Britain's best indie bookshop begins

The Bookseller – 2012-01-06

The first category of this year's Bookseller Industry Awards opens next week, with...
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Colin Myler: A life in print

Guardian – 2012-01-05

The New York Daily News editor began his career at a news agency in Southport, before heading to Fleet Street, aged 22Colin Myler began his career at a news agency in Southport. He began working in Fleet Street aged 22, working as a reporter at the...
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Walter Dean Myers named National Ambassador for Young People's Literature

Chicago Tribune – 2012-01-05

Prolific author declares "Reading Is Not Optional"Acclaimed young adult and children's book author Walter Dean Myers will be the National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, the Library of Congress announced Tuesday. Myers, 74, has won the...
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