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33Across Acquires Publishing Data Gold Mine Tynt

AdWeek – 2012-01-25

Facebook may be the biggest social network on the planet, but social ad targeting firm 33Across says it now has the distinction of managing the world’s largest social and interest graph. The company was set to announce today that it has acquired...
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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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Thames & Hudson to expand children's list

The Bookseller – 2012-01-12

Illustrated publisher Thames & Hudson is to expand its children's list with new non-...
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Art Check: Timekeeping for Aesthetes

Publishers Weekly – 2012-01-06

To kick off the new year, Flammarion (and their distributor, Rizzoli) shares some captivating images from the forthcoming volume The Mastery of Time, an illustrated history by Dominique Flechon.
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Bonnier moves Weldon Owen to London

The Bookseller – 2011-12-20

Weldon Owen, the children's illustrated reference publisher owned by Bonnier Publishing, will...
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Which Titles Have the Biggest Mobile Audience?

AdWeek – 2011-12-12

For all the talk about tablet and e-reader adoption, smartphones are still one of the ways magazines are reaching sizeable numbers of readers, and in some cases exceeding their print circulation. About one-third of smartphone owners, or 29 million,...
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Oh the irony! Readers launch campaign to save a newspaper on Facebook

Guardian – 2011-12-06

I attended a breakfast lecture this morning - at the Savoy, since you ask - about the ongoing transition from print to online. I accepted the Chatham House rules so I can't go into details.However, the excellent speaker illustrated how, if...
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Crisis? What crisis? Newspaper publishers still see a future for print

Guardian – 2011-12-02

I spoke at a Limerick University conference yesterday entitled Regional newspapers in crisis?The conference organisers cleverly hedged their bets by appending that question mark. I removed it by asserting that there most definitely is a crisis....
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Christmas gifts 2011: which books will be under your tree?

Guardian – 2011-11-27

Our critics choose the books they intend to give this Christmas, and the ones they hope to receiveWhat do you think are the best books of 2011? Take part in our open thread discussion hereDiana AthillEditor and writerI am crazy about Craig Taylor's...
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Redstone pops up to celebrate its 25th

The Bookseller – 2011-11-17

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Thu, 17/11/2011 - 07:30 Illustrated publisher Redstone Press is celebrating its 25th anniversary by launching its first Christmas pop-up shop, open for 12 days between 12th and 24th December, on...
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Paterno biographer: Of course I’m going to include sexual abuse scandal in my book

Poynter. – 2011-11-12

Sports Illustrated Sportswriter Joe Posnanski, who temporarily moved to State College, Penn., to work on a biography of now-former Penn State coach Joe Paterno, explains why he’s remaining on the sidelines rather than reporting or commenting on...
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MCB and Scholastic win Roald Dahl prizes

The Bookseller – 2011-11-08

Publication Date: Tue, 08/11/2011 - 13:40 A book about feline pirates has claimed the bounty of an award at this year’s Roald Dahl Funny Prize. Cats Ahoy! by Peter Bently and illustrated by Jim Field (Macmillan Children’s Books) was awarded the...
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Vanity Fair shows off its heritage – in pictures

Guardian – 2011-11-07

A new collection of postcards celebrates the vintage glamour of Vanity Fair magazine's early illustrated covers
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BBC titles move could hit circulation

Media Week – 2011-11-02

Homes & Antiques, Gardens Illustrated, Olive and other BBC Magazines could face up to a 15% drop in circulation under new owner Immediate Media, according to industry sources.
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Big Green Bookshop turns publisher

The Bookseller – 2011-10-25

Written By: Lisa Campbell Publication Date: Tue, 25/10/2011 - 09:00 The co-owner of the Big Green Bookshop has launched his own publishing company and is set to release his first book with author Greg Stekelman. Simon Key, co-owner of the...
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DK Publishing Bounces Back

Publishers Weekly – 2011-10-21

When Penguin began the restructuring of DK Publishing in 2009, it had two main objectives—to reduce the size of its list and to cut editorial costs to improve the profitability of its illustrated book group. What it hadn’t counted on was the...
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New Holland hit by more redundancies

The Bookseller – 2011-10-20

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Thu, 20/10/2011 - 15:50 Illustrated publisher New Holland has undergone its third round of redundancies in four years, with nearly half the company’s UK staff leaving the publisher, including its...
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Abrams snaps up SelfMadeHero

The Bookseller – 2011-10-13

Written By: Bookseller Staff Publication Date: Thu, 13/10/2011 - 08:52 US art and illustrated publisher Abrams has announced it is to buy London-based graphic novel publisher SelfMadeHero, in a move that will see the SelfMadeHero imprint launched...
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Imagine Fitting in With Charlesbridge

Publishers Weekly – 2011-10-07

One year after Charlesbridge acquired Imagine Publishing, founded in 2009 by former Sterling CEO Charles Nurnberg and his son Jeremy, Charlesbridge publisher Brent Farmer credits the purchase with growing the house’s sales “substantially.” In...
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The History of Books Chronicled in ‘Books’

Publishers Weekly – 2011-09-16

Although book historian Martyn Lyons has already published a half-dozen titles about books and reading, he still uncovered surprises about the subject while researching his forthcoming Books: A Living History, an illustrated overview of books in...
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