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Ex-WSJ Editor Defends Apple's Ebook Strategy

PC World – 2012-04-25

The former publisher of the Wall Street Journal has defended Apple's Ebook Strategy saying it is not only good for Apple, but good for consumers and publishers as well.
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Ebook sales are being driven by downmarket genre fiction

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Apple Scraps Controversial Terms in iBook Author EULA Agreement

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Apple Tweaks iBook Language: Your Content Is Your Content

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Ambitious plans for Apple textbook growth

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BSR Doesn't Want to Be Dragged Through Apple's Supply Chain Mud

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Apple’s iBooks Author app attracts publishers

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NYT publishes Chinese translation of story about workers who make Apple products

The New York Times The New York Times has published a Chinese translation of its story about worker conditions inside the Chinese factories that make Apple products. “The goal was twofold: to share... | Poynter. – 2012-01-27

Apple’s iBooks Author presents journalists with a new storytelling platform

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Mail Newspapers parts company with top strategy exec

Mail Newspapers has parted company with top strategy executive Dan Levitt, who is leaving the publisher after five years to set up the UK office of Sydney-based word-of-mouth agency Social Soup, as... | Media Week – 2012-01-24

Apple's iBooks Author EULA is more and less evil than you think

There's a strange concept in marketing that no publicity is really bad. If people talk about you, it broadly raises brand awareness. People eventually forget the bad news but not the brand. Who... | Betanews – 2012-01-23

Want to go “Inside Apple”? Read this book

For the second time in three months a book is set to appear that endeavors to explain the "magic" and mystery of why Apple can do with it does. On Wednesday, "Inside Apple" by Fortune reporter Adam... | GigaOM – 2012-01-23

McGraw-Hill is Apple partner, but still has questions about iBooks

In talking with an executive from Apple partner on iBooks McGraw-Hill, it's clear that the company has high hopes but also concerns about maintaining consistently high-quality textbooks that are... | GigaOM – 2012-01-21

Analyst: Apple's e-Textbook Gambit 'Just a 70% Solution'

Apple today announced iBooks Author and iBooks 2, free applications that let educational publishers and teachers create and market K-12 textbooks and course... | PC World – 2012-01-20

Apple's E-textbook Push Earns Mixed Grades

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Apple's iTunes education gamble is about building loyal consumers early

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Atlantic Media Taps Editor-in-Chief for New Global Business Brand

The Atlantic Media Company names Kevin Delaney as editor-in-chief of its still untitled digital global business brand. Delaney brings over a decade of experience at The Wall Street Journal to this... | Folio Magazine – 2012-01-20

Inside Apple: The Company Behind Steve Jobs

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Anticipation builds for Apple education news

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Apple debuts free e-book publishing app

Apple on Thursday announced a new platform for creating and reading digital textbooks. | CNN – 2012-01-19

Apple launches self-publishing app, partners with textbook publishers

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Apple reveals education trifecta: iBooks 2, iBooks Author, and iTunes U

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Apple unveils iBooks Author, a Mac app for easy interactive e-book authoring

Apple's Roger Rosner, Apple VP of productivity software, showed off Apple's new iBooks Author on Thursday at Apple's special media event in NYC. iBooks author is a Mac app that provides tools to help... | GigaOM – 2012-01-19

Apple's New Math. Or: Why a $15 E-Book Equals a $75 Paper Book.

It's like the old "make it up on volume" joke. Except this time it might work, if students and school districts play along. | AllThingsD – 2012-01-19

Cliff Notes For Apple's Education Event

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Five Hopes for Apple's Rumored E-Publishing Software

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Report: Apple's educational announcement will focus on tools for developing digital textbooks

At a Thursday event in New York, Apple will announce a set of tools that make it easier to publish interactive textbooks and other digital educational content, said two people with knowledge of the... | San Jose Mercury News – 2012-01-19

A “Conservative” Estimate: Apple Will Sell 48 Million iPads in Calendar 2012

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Apple event preview: Tools to bolster in-school iPad use

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Apple Said to Plan Textbook Push to Bolster IPad Use in Schools

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Apple wants $10 billion textbook industry on iPad

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Cathy Sharick named managing editor of Time.com

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Everything you need to know about e-textbooks before Apple gets involved

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Apple may debut 'GarageBand for e-books'

A new report from Ars Technica says Apple is about to unveil a set of tools to create interactive e-books. | CNN – 2012-01-17

Apple Readies iPad With Quad-Core Chip, LTE, Says Bloomberg

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The New York Times, The Daily and New Yorker Top Performing Titles on Apple’s Newsstand

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The New York Times Public Editor Asks If Paper Should 'Be a Truth Vigilante'

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East Carolina University Defends Firing of Newspaper Adviser

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Hey joins S&S as senior commissioning editor

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Chinese authors sue Apple for copyright infringement: report

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Paul Dacre's Daily Mail front page highlights the power of the editor

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Kobo™ breaks eReader and eBook sales records this holiday season; Highest eReader and eBook sales in Kobo history

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Dawn Porter follows editor to Hot Key Book

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Apple pushing publishing at its next event? It should be.

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Maybe Apple's Newsstand Really Was a Present For Publishers

Real numbers from Popular Science show what dedicated space in iTunes can mean for a digital magazine. | AllThingsD – 2011-12-23

Can HTML5 Future-Proof Your Mobile Strategy?

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E-books in Apple's annual giveaway

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Doctor Who: new ebook recalls the BBC's gamble on a now roaring success

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EU Is Said to Start Probe Into E-Book Market, Including Apple

European Union antitrust regulators will open an investigation of the electronic-book market to examine restrictions on prices and sales across the region, two people familiar with the case said. | BusinessWeek – 2011-12-07

Apple, Book Publishers Face European Antitrust Probe

Apple's entry into the ebook business hasn't been a huge success, but it has still registered with European antitrust regulators. | AllThingsD – 2011-12-06

Europe probes Apple’s e-book deal with publishers

European antitrust regulators have announced the launch of a formal investigation into the relationship between Apple and five of the world's largest publishers, in a move that could reshape the... | GigaOM – 2011-12-06

The pros and cons of Apple's Newsstand for newspaper publishers

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Marc Peyser Promoted to Budget Travel Editor

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Publisher, executive editor & managing editor out at Newsweek

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Does Apple have an antitrust problem?

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The readers' editor on... the removal of share prices from the financial pages

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ABC Offers Insight Into Publishing Relationships With Apple

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Tumblr Director Coatney Talks Social Strategy and Platform Monetization

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Associated Press offers new social media guidelines as it seeks a new social media editor

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French government defends magazine firebombed over Muhammad cartoon

Politicians condemn 'incursion on press freedom' after Charlie Hebdo's Paris headquarters are torched and website hackedThe French government has rushed to the defence of the satirical magazine... | Guardian – 2011-11-03

Harvill Secker appoints dedicated crime editor

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Apple's Newsstand Boosting Mag Sales, But Will it Last?

Finally, publishers have a reason to cheer Apple. In the 10 days since Apple launched its Newsstand for the iPad and iPhone, many are reporting big spikes in sales of their digital editions. Ease of... | AdWeek – 2011-10-22

Why Apple’s virtual Newsstand is driving a surge in magazine, newspaper iPad app subscriptions

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Caruso named Smithsonian editor-in-chief

Romenesko+ Misc. Michael Caruso, who is currently deputy editor of WSJ. magazine, succeeds Carey Winfrey, who retired last month after ten years as Smithsonian’s top editor. Caruso has served as... | Poynter. – 2011-10-20

How to introduce a new editor to the readers...

Publishers often issue statements praising their incoming editors, but few are as fulsome and effusive as the one just published on his newspapers' websites by Eric Meyer.He runs three weekly papers... | Guardian – 2011-10-20

Cook defends Brent library; no word from Hunt

Written By: Benedicte Page Publication Date: Mon, 17/10/2011 - 14:25 Literary agent Geraldine Cook is calling on members of the book trade with links to Brent to join demonstrators in their vigils... | The Bookseller – 2011-10-17

Cooke defends Brent library; no word from Hunt

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Free iPhone games making plenty of money on Apple's UK App Store

Analysis reveals half the 100 top grossing titles are free to play games, while in-app purchases are filtering into paid games tooHalf of the 100 top-grossing iPhone games in the UK are free-to-play... | Guardian – 2011-10-17

Publishers Flocking to Apple's iOS 5 Newsstand App

The highly anticipated launch of Apple's new iOS 5 is now here and with the new functionality comes new features--including one that publishers may find particularly valuable. | Folio Magazine – 2011-10-13

With New Apple iOS 5 Comes Newsstand App

The highly anticipated launch of Apple's new iOS 5 is now here and with the new functionality comes new features--including one that publishers may find particularly valuable. | Folio Magazine – 2011-10-13

Apple unlikely to be major seller of Jobs bio

Blockbuster sales are expected for Walter Isaacson's authorized biography of Steve Jobs when it comes out later this month, with independents and chains alike expecting it to be the biggest... | San Jose Mercury News – 2011-10-08

Steve Jobs left Apple strong

A day after Steve Jobs' death, while the family and colleagues of Apple's former CEO kept funeral details under tight wraps, tech analysts on Thursday issued largely upbeat forecasts for the company... | San Jose Mercury News – 2011-10-07

Apple expected to introduce Newsstand today at iPhone 5 event

Apple is announcing the latest version of its phone and mobile operating system today, which among many upgrades includes a new Newsstand section for buying and organizing newspaper and magazine... | Poynter. – 2011-10-04

Tablets wars: Apple is from Venus, Amazon is from Mars

They say Apple has met its first real tablet competitor. And no, it is not Samsung or Motorola. Instead it is from a company that started out selling books on the Internet: Amazon. And while there is... | GigaOM – 2011-09-29

Publishers Fret Over Apple Newsstand

When Apple announced a digital “newsstand” in June, publishers welcomed it as a sign the tech giant saw the need for an easy way for consumers to find magazines and newspapers in the iTunes store,... | AdWeek – 2011-09-28

OUP creates group strategy post

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Mon, 26/09/2011 - 08:50 Oxford University Press has appointed Casper Grathwohl to the newly-created role of senior vice-president, group strategy. ... | The Bookseller – 2011-09-26

Bauer appoints Cave as editor of flagship celebrity title Heat

Bauer Media has confirmed Lucie Cave as the new editor of its flagship celebrity magazine Heat. | Media Week – 2011-09-22

Canongate defends "fantastic" Assange memoir

Written By: Graeme Neill Publication Date: Thu, 22/09/2011 - 10:03 Canongate has said it had "a financial imperative" to publish Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's memoir without his approval but... | The Bookseller – 2011-09-22

Check Out What You Can Check Out at a Wisconsin Library: The Apple iPad

While many libraries are now checking out e-books and digital audiobooks in addition to physical media, the Eau Claire library is taking things a step further by lending out iPads themselves. | AllThingsD – 2011-09-22

French papers team up to break Apple stranglehold

PARIS (Reuters) - Apple's tight control over media content on its iPad is about to fall foul of some of France's most powerful newspapers and magazines, which hope that by teaming up they can stop... | Reuters – 2011-09-21

TechCruncher Quits, Slams New Editor—On TechCrunch

It looks like the controversy over TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington's move into venture capital and his subsequent departure from the popular tech blog isn't dying down yet. TechCrunch columnist... | AdWeek – 2011-09-17

Apple, Starbucks Expanding iTunes Giveaways to include Apps, Books and TV Shows

The program, which traditionally has given coffee shop customers a free song, has expanded in recent weeks to include more types of content. Apps were first, but this week there is an extended book... | AllThingsD – 2011-09-16

ACE publishes first library strategy document

Written By: Benedicte Page Publication Date: Thu, 15/09/2011 - 08:55 Arts Council England (ACE) has released a document outlining its approach to library strategy. Culture, Knowledge and... | The Bookseller – 2011-09-15

Apple adds free book of the week to Starbucks giveaways

Apple loves giving Starbucks customers free stuff. This week it introduced an ebook Pick of the Week to go along with the free song and app of the week programs it already has in place. Book codes... | GigaOM – 2011-09-13

Time Out appoints new editor-in-chief

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Thu, 08/09/2011 - 08:30 Tim Arthur has been appointed the UK editor-in-chief of the Time Out media group. Arthur will oversee the editorial and... | The Bookseller – 2011-09-08

Dorling Kindersley talks iPad, Android and its 'Darwinian' apps strategy

Justin Moodie on why book publishers are experimenting and innovating on the app storesAccording to his LinkedIn profile, Justin Moodie made his first website for money "in 1994 using Notepad and... | Guardian – 2011-09-07

Has the revolt begun against Apple's iPad app fees??

The Financial Times strikes the first blow in the war on app subscription chargesHow things change. It seems only a few months ago that magazine and newspaper publishers, maddened by the fact that... | Guardian – 2011-09-04

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