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Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 finally an e-book

Science fiction and fantasy author Ray Bradbury, longtime enemy of the e-book, has finally allowed his dystopian classic Fahrenheit 451 to be published in digital format. | CBC – 2011-11-30

`The Color Purple' finally released as an e-book

(09-20) 05:01 PDT NEW YORK, (AP) -- Alice Walker's "The Color Purple," a Pulitzer Prize winner in 1983 and still a widely taught and talked about novel, is finally coming out as an e-book. But not... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2011-09-20

Twitter Finally Unveils Analytics (But Only in Private Beta)

Twitter unveiled its long-awaited analytics product today, based on data provided about tweets and clicks facilitated by its link shortening service and "Tweet Button" tool for publishers. | AllThingsD – 2011-09-13

Finally, a Better Way to Measure Impressions?

Ad impression numbers are about to go down—that is, at least, if RealVu has anything to do with it. The Salt Lake City-based ad tech startup has, with the blessing of IAB and accreditation from the... | AdWeek – 2011-08-22

Murdoch scandal: Is his domination of the British political class finally coming to an end?

It was about two decades ago, but I can still remember how long it took and how much atmosphere it sucked out of the room. In a sort of dress rehearsal for more recent events, a pair of Guardian... | Slate – 2011-07-22

Google's +1 Button Is Finally Ready for Publishers

As expected, Google today released its +1 button for publishers, which solicits user votes to move Web pages higher in Google rankings. The product was oddly delayed given +1 is has been live in many... | AllThingsD – 2011-06-01

Magazine Association Finally Finds a New Chairman

The Association of Magazine Media has named Michael Clinton as its new chairman, plugging a vacancy created when Jack Griffin was forced to give up that post in February after he was fired as CEO of... | AdWeek – 2011-04-12

It’s Finally Here: The NYT’s Paywall

Posted in ArticleIt's been a long time coming, but the New York Times has finally announced the details of the paywall it's been talking about for what feels like years. It' a little complicated, so... | EContent Magazine – 2011-03-18

And finally, The New York Times paywall has arrived!

"Today marks a significant transition for The New York Times as we introduce digital subscriptions", announces Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., publisher of the paper, today, March 17th, on the paper's... | Editors Weblog – 2011-03-17

Writer who was rejected 100 times is finally rewarded

A web designer and aspiring children's author, whose debut novel was turned down by 100 literary agents and publishers prior to being picked up by Andersen Press, was yesterday rewarded for his... | The Independent – 2011-01-05

Kindle Finally Learns How To Share

Amazon quietly enabled their Kindle e-reader with a lending feature that allows users to give e-books away for fourteen day periods, reports eBookNewser. | The New York Observer – 2010-12-30

Is This the Year the Pulitzer Prizes Finally Send a Message on Digital Journalism?

Online content has been eligible for a Pulitzer Prize since 1999, but a Web-only story or project has yet to win. "Pulitzer Gold" author Roy J. Harris Jr. talks about whether this could be the year... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-29

Grisham Goes Digital...Finally

After a lengthy holdout, John Grisham is allowing his books to become available... | Publishers Wekly – 2010-03-16

News Analysis: Is the Day of Tiny Ads Finally Here?

Maybe Apple’s iPad will tip the balance toward the perenially next big thing on the small screen. | New York Times – 2010-02-01

Google Goggles: will we finally ditch the travel guidebook?

The death of the travel guidebook has long been prophesied because of the explosion of travel information online, but travel blogs and forums have not had the swingeing impact that the doomsayers... | Times Online – 2009-12-23

Good News, Finally: 'Tucson Citizen' Will NOT Close Saturday

The Tucson Citizen will not close as planned on Saturday because there are continuing negotiations with two interested buyers, the newspaper's publisher, Gannett Co. Inc., announced Tuesday. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-18

Vicki Iseman, Lobbyist Linked to John McCain, Finally Sues 'NYT'

Rumors surfaced one year ago. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-30

David Hirshey Victorious As HarperCollins Beauty Contest For $2.5 Million Sarah Silverman Book Finally Ends

Nearly a month of suspense at 10 East 53rd Street came to a close yesterday when HarperCollins house joker David Hirshey was informed that Sarah Silverman had chosen him over two of his colleagues... | The New York Observer – 2008-12-12

'Providence Journal' Finally Reports Layoffs

More than two weeks after telling staffers that some 31 newsroom employees would be laid off, The Providence Journal finally reported the news to readers Friday in a story that declared the cuts... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-10-10

After a Century, a Literary Reputation Finally Blooms

Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis died 100 years ago this month and has since gone from being a fringe figure in the English-speaking world to a literary favorite hailed as an unjustly-neglected... | New York Times – 2008-09-13

Nielsen Business Media and Hollywood Reporter: Finally For Sale?

Is it? That's been the speculation for a long time now, and Sharon Waxman, the former NYT reporter, says that Hollywood Reporter and the other 41 trade papers in Nielsen Business Media division is... | via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-08-04

End of a Kafkaesque nightmare: writer's papers finally come to light

News: Previously unseen documents and personal belongings of the writer Franz Kafka, which were hoarded for 40 years in a Tel Aviv flat by executor's secretary, may soon be revealed | Guardian Unlimited – 2008-07-09

Finally! Pottermore will open in April

After lengthy beta testing, the Harry Potter website Pottermore will be open to the public starting in early April. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2012-03-09

Zinio finally hits the PlayBook, becomes your Berry own magazine stand

Zinio's had a comfortable spot sitting on the Android and iOS stores for months, but up until now, it'd been steering clear of a certain App World. Fast forward to today and the digital magazine... | Engadget – 2012-03-20

Harry Potter E-Books Finally Arrive on J.K. Rowling's Pottermore

Pottermore was due to go live in October, but it missed its launch. The is expected to open to the public early next month. | PC World – 2012-03-27

Finally, E-Books for Potter

The bookstore feature of J.K. Rowling's Pottermore website went live Tuesday, enabling English-language readers to buy the digital and audiobook editions of all seven Harry Potter novels. | The Wall Street Journal – 2012-03-28

John Derbyshire Has (Finally) Been Fired

National Review editor Rich Lowry has finally announced the firing of controversial writer John Derbyshire. Lowry broke the news on the NR website Saturday night saying that Derb,... | The Atlantic Wire – 2012-04-08

DOJ Finally Sues Apple and Publishers for E-Book Price Fixing

Apple and a handful of publishers got hit with a price-fixing lawsuit on Wednesday, with the Department of Justice finally snipping the string on the sword of Damocles that's been dangling over... | The Atlantic Wire – 2012-04-11

Flipboard finally brings its magazine-like news reader to Android

Flipboard, the social newsreader with a stylish magazine-like design, has emerged from beta and is now available free for all Android devices, including the Kindle Fire (although it’s optimized for... | Betanews – 2012-06-22

She finally let her gift shine out

In her three novels and two short-story collections, Joan Frank has chosen one of the most difficult (and interesting) of all topics. As she puts it, "Contemporary relations between men and... | SacBee – 2012-07-15

Tribune Finally Wins Court Nod to Exit Bankruptcy

(Reuters) - Tribune Co has won court approval to emerge from bankruptcy, more than 3-1/2 years after seeking Chapter 11 protection following a leveraged buyout that saddled the publisher of the... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-07-16

Emotional Eaters Finally Get 'Chicken Soup for the Soul' Soups

The publisher of the popular series of inspirational self-help books is spinning off a new line of comfort foods | BusinessWeek – 2012-08-30

In Japan, Kindle May Finally Push Publishers Into E-books

Like Kobo, Amazon's Japan e-bookstore is hampered by limited title selection, but the recent launch will motivate publishers to finally digitize their catalogs. | Publishing Perspectives – 2012-11-05

Amazon Kindle finally hits Japan

A marathon wait and one Herculean wrestling match with recalcitrant publishers later, the Kindle... | The Bookseller – 2012-11-19

Hearst: Women finally embracing online magazines thanks to 7-inch screens

The arrival of the iPad was supposed to boost online subscription sales for magazines. It didn't work out that way. But smaller devices like the iPad Mini and Nook are starting to change that. | GigaOM – 2013-02-12

Ray Bradbury's work finally available digitally in the UK

A new deal with HarperCollins includes works currently out of print, but the science-fiction author was dismissive of ebooksThe ebooks of the late Ray Bradbury, who once memorably dismissed digital... | Guardian – 2013-02-20

Christian Self-Publishers Finally Get Some Respect

These days, Christian self-publishing has moved from the Rodney Dangerfield era to the Aretha Franklin age. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-03-29

German Readers Finally Embracing Ebooks, Self-Publishing

Discussions at this year's Leipzig Book Fair proved that ebooks and self publishing are gaining wider acceptance in Germany, and readers are more open to digitization. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-04-03

Occupy’s legacy: The media finally covers social protest fairly

Occupy's message about income inequality took hold because the media, for once, took a grassroots protest seriously | – 2013-04-14

Is Interactive Fiction Finally Reaching Critical Mass?

Several new high profile interactive fiction titles have been released so far this year, suggesting that publishers and readers may finally be ready for the medium. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-05-17

Insight: How Three UK Publishers Are Finally Making The Most Of Digital

For the first time in a long time some optimism is returning to the publishing industry. Circulation numbers and revenues were decimated by the rise of the internet and while the future for print... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-05-28

Digital news is finally starting to pay

Workable revenue models are emerging that make the future look brighter for publishers, a new report has foundNewspaper publishers beleaguered by digital developments for the past decade are starting... | Guardian – 2013-06-20

Finally, a Good Summer Literary Feud

Ah, nothing like an old-fashioned East Coast-West Coast literary feud to spice up the summer.  The scrappy upstarts at the Los Angeles Review of Books are apparently beefing with Robert... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-07-19

Newsweek Finally Has a New Owner

Barry Diller was finally able to correct a mistake on Saturday when the business mogul finally sold the digital remains of Newsweek to IBT media, the owners and publishers of... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-08-04

The Feud Between Barnes & Noble and Simon & Schuster Is Finally Over

Barnes & Noble and Simon & Schuster have finally reached an agreement after months of squabbling over book pricing, reports to Publishers Weekly.     | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-08-20

Is That Quantum Computer for Real? There May Finally Be a Test

How do you know if a quantum computer is real? Quanta Magazine investigates a new protocol that offers a possible solution.     | Wired – 2013-08-23

Maya Angelou Will Finally Be Honored by the National Book Foundation

Maya Angelou, author of I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, will finally receive an honorary National Book Award this year.     | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-09-06

Jennifer Weiner: I’m Glad The NYT Is Finally Covering Commercial Fiction, And Sorry If I Went Too Far

When Terry McMillan published “Waiting to Exhale” in 1992, it was a game-changer. It sold 4 million copies, spent 38 weeks on the bestseller list, and showed the publishing world that there was... | The Huffington Post – 2013-09-10

Facebook finally allows you to edit your embarrassing tyops, er, typos

If you've ever written "poo" instead of "pool" or "duck" instead of, er, "suck" in your Facebook status updates, then we've got good news for you. At long last, you can finally edit your post after... | Engadget – 2013-09-27

Morrissey's Autobiography Is Finally Being Released

After a mysterious and bizarre alleged disagreement with his publisher, a possible publicity stunt, and lots of anticipation, Morrissey has announced that that his autobiography, all 480 pages of it,... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-10-04

Official Facebook app (finally!) available for Windows 8.1 users

For all the improvements Microsoft has made in bolstering the Windows Store's app selection, one insistent question has held back the company's dreams of grandeur: "Yeah, but where's Facebook?"... | PC World – 2013-10-17

Samsung finally offering the ATIV Book 9 Plus in the US with a 256GB SSD, Core i7

If you read our review of Samsung's new flagship Ultrabook, the ATIV Book 9 Plus, you know we mostly adore it: it's exceptionally thin, runs cool and rocks a best-in-class display. Unfortunately for... | Engadget – 2013-10-18

After 15 Years, PEN International Finally Opens in Myanmar

After years of being blocked by a hostile government, a PEN International Center has finally opened in Myanmar, with 23 active members. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-10-31

Flipboard finally comes to Windows 8.1

There is a ton of valuable news and information on the internet. Unfortunately, this information is scattered across the web, which makes for a frustrating experience. Sure, you can utilize an RSS... | Betanews – 2013-11-15

Hands-on: Flipboard (finally) lands on Windows 8.1

Microsoft is continuing to fill in the gaps in its Windows Store catalog with the arrival of Flipboard for Windows 8.1. Just like its iOS and Android counterparts, Flipboard's Windows 8.1 app offers... | PC World – 2013-11-15

Tim Geithner Finally Moving to Wall Street

After a year spent working on a book and touring the lucrative speaking circuit, former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner finally got a new job with a private-equity firm, following a long line of... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-11-16

Did Preacher Finally Find a Home at AMC?

It's been a long way for Preacher from the comic book page to the small screen, but an adaptation of the salty DC Comics horror/Western book (formerly with DC's corporate sibling HBO) might... | AdWeek – 2013-11-19

Goodreads and Second Screen integration finally hitting Kindle Fire HD and HDX

Today marks the debut of two features we've been waiting for since Amazon first announced its new Kindle Fire line lo so many weeks ago. Goodreads and Second Screen integration will be rolling out to... | Engadget – 2013-11-18

Twitter Finally Appoints a Woman to Its Board of Directors

Twitter's Board of Directors is no longer 100 percent men, after the company announced the appointment of former publishing CEO Marjorie Scardino to its ranks.     | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-12-05

Are Millennial Women Finally Getting Paid The Same As Their Male Peers?

Twenty-something women are asking for--and getting--higher wages. But there's still a long way to go in changing the culture of the workplace, both within and outside of the white-collar world.Last... | Fast Company – 2013-12-16

How Facebook's Mobile Ad Network Could (Finally) Upend A Backwards Industry

By understanding our tastes and habits, Facebook could steal billions of dollars in ads from traditional media and get Madison Avenue out of the stone age.Facebook has never been a company lacking in... | Fast Company – 2014-01-25

'Gone Girl' Finally Hits Paperback

With more than 6 million copies sold, and 71 weeks spent on the New York Times's hardcover bestseller list, Gillian Flynn's thriller, Gone Girl, is coming to paperback. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-12-02

Mika Brzezinski's Dad Finally Appears On 'Morning Joe'... And He Might Never Be Back Again

Mika Brzezinski might be regretting persuading her father to come on "Morning Joe." The MSNBC co-host said she has been trying to get her dad, the former National Security Advisor, to be a guest on... | The Huffington Post – 2014-02-28

My fictional fantasy: Finally, a world where writers matter!

I was once among those who scoffed at writers' conferences. Then I attended AWP and felt powerfully transformed | – 2014-03-08

J.R.R. Tolkien's 'Beowulf' Translation Finally Being Released

About 90 years ago, J.R.R. Tolkien translated the 11th-century Old English epic poem "Beowulf" and then put it on the shelf. It remained there unpublished -- until now. For the first time ever,... | The Huffington Post – 2014-03-21

Superman Artwork Featuring JFK Finally Finds Home In His Boston Museum

BOSTON (AP) — Superman has finally soared into the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston. Legendary comic book artist Al Plastino thought he donated the 10 hand-drawn comic... | The Huffington Post – 2014-03-21

Tennessee Williams' 'Crazy Night' finally published

NEW YORK (AP) -- Before his mother became the model for Blanche DuBois of "A Streetcar Named Desire" and his sister the inspiration for Laura Wingfield of "The Glass Menagerie," Tennessee Williams... | San Jose Mercury News – 2014-03-25

Is Dawn Finally Breaking For E-books in Spanish? Spanish Books Spring 2014

In recent months, the double-digit sales growth of e-books in English has begun to plateau, but since the Spanish-language book market tends to be around three to five years behind the... | Publishers Weekly – 2014-04-04

Amazon speaks – finally – about its dispute with publisher Hachette

Amazon senior vice president of Kindle content Russ Grandinetti told The Wall Street Journal that Amazon is acting 'in the long term interest of our customers.' | The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-07-04

Harper Lee's classic, 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' is finally available as an e-book

'To Kill a Mockingbird,' the 1961 Pulitzer Prize winner that often appears on 'most-loved books' lists, has been released as an e-book for a new generation of readers. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-07-10

Twitter’s “buy now” button could finally unlock micropayments for the media

Past experiments in micropayments on Twitter have flopped. Could the new "buy now" button be the answer struggling media companies and publishers have been longing for? Paul Armstrong looks at the... | GigaOM – 2014-07-12

Creator of Scott Pilgrim Finally Returns With New Graphic Novel Seconds

More than 10 years after the first Scott Pilgrim book came out, O'Malley is back with Seconds, his first new graphic novel since the series ended. | Wired – 2014-07-15

Amazon Finally Explains Why It's Fighting A Big Publisher

Amazon is finally opening up about its fight with publisher Hachette. The two companies have been embroiled in contentious negotiations over e-book pricing for months. Until now, no one was talking... | The Huffington Post – 2014-07-30

This week in bitcoin: Free payment processing finally takes true advantage of bitcoin tech

BitPay killed off its transaction fees on its starter plan, making bitcoin payment processing free for merchants. Coinbase then followed suit for nonprofits. This week in bitcoin: Free payment... | GigaOM – 2014-08-01

Sandstorm’s decentralized hosting platform could finally make indie web apps viable

Currently crowdfunding, Sandstorm is a genuinely exciting opportunity for the creation of a viable, federation-friendly indie web-app ecosystem. It promises the benefits of running your own server,... | GigaOM – 2014-08-01

Two reasons now might finally be the right time for iPhone to gain NFC

Every year, we hear the rumor that the next iPhone will get NFC support and this year is no exception. However, there are two important differences that could mean the time is right for NFC in the... | GigaOM – 2014-08-29

Google Glass finally goes on sale on the US Google Play store

Google Glass has arguably shed its techie-exclusive image, and people interested in Google’s computerized spectacles have been able to buy them from Google’s dedicated Glass sales site... | GigaOM – 2014-09-05

It’s finally here: Apple’s first foray into wearable technology is called Apple Watch

The speculation is over: Apple's long-rumored smartwatch is called the Apple Watch. Pricing starts at $349 and it will be available in early 2015. It’s finally here: Apple’s first foray... | GigaOM – 2014-09-09

Flipboard is finally available on Windows Phone

Flipboard: it’s been one of the great white whales of the Windows Phone platform, but Microsoft has finally landed it.Flipboard’s newsreader app can now be downloaded from the Windows Phone... | PC World – 2014-10-02

Moroccans Finally Make a Stand in Frankfurt

Working in multiple language and genres, twelve publishers from Morocco exhibited together at the 2014 Frankfurt Book Fair. | Publishing Perspectives – 2014-10-14

“I spent 10 years doing New York all wrong”: Adelle Waldman on youth, loneliness and finally finding Brooklyn

I loved the city, until debt, job frustrations and loneliness took over. Then I found my people and it all changed | – 2014-10-14

The hoverboard is finally real

This post was originally published on Mashable. | Stuff – 2014-10-22

The New Yorker Finally Realized Us Plebeians Don't Get Their Cartoons

Hey, highbrow literary references aren't for everyone. But then, why are you reading The New Yorker? Longtime New Yorker Cartoon Editor Bob Mankoff just launched a new series in which he breaks down... | The Huffington Post – 2014-10-24

Flipboard Finally Ditches Its iPad Roots With a Smarter Phone App

Flipboard may have been the original iPad magazine, but now it's making its app smarter for its growing smartphone audience. The post Flipboard Finally Ditches Its iPad Roots With a Smarter Phone App... | Wired – 2014-10-29

Late to the party, Amazon finally publishes its diversity numbers

Amazon's employee demographics numbers are more diverse than most of their tech counterparts. But those stats may be misleading. | GigaOM – 2014-11-01

11 Tips For Finally Starting Your Own Sketchbook, And Sticking To It

It was artist Paul Klee who said, "A drawing is simply a line going for a walk." His quote aptly captures the simplicity of sketching -- an art form so beautifully uncomplicated it requires only a... | The Huffington Post – 2014-11-04

Unicode Is Finally Proposing More Diverse Emoji

Adding to the emoji library is not as easy as one might think.This week, the Unicode Consortium, a group that oversees the way text is coded into computer-readable language, published a study... | Fast Company – 2014-11-05

NEOMG finally explains why it took down John Kasich video

Good morning. Here are 10 media stories. Why the Northeast Ohio Media Group took down that John Kasich video Candidates were expecting an audio interview, not video, and the governor's office... | Poynter. – 2014-11-05

Rare Steinbeck WWII Story Finally Published

NEW YORK (AP) — In July 1944, Orson Welles wrapped up one of his wartime radio broadcasts with a brief, emotional reading of one of the country's favorite authors, John Steinbeck. The piece was... | The Huffington Post – 2014-11-06

The University of Virginia Finally Confronts Its Rape Problem

Last Wednesday, Rolling Stone magazine published a graphic and horrifying story on a gang rape that allegedly occurred at a University of Virginia fraternity house in the fall of 2012. The student,... | Slate – 2014-11-25

Twitter finally delivers group messaging and video

At its heart, Twitter seems to be suffering from some sort of existential crisis, struggling to work out if it's a social network, a messaging service or a publishing platform. Today sees the company... | Engadget – 2015-01-27

The Guy Who Knows Everything About Comics Finally Made a Graphic Novel

If you've written the book on making comics, what kind of comics do you make? For Scott McCloud, it's an ambitious graphic novel about creativity itself. The post The Guy Who Knows Everything About... | Wired – 2015-02-03

Has Patch finally cracked the code on hyperlocal?

The publisher has turned a profit a year after its sale by AOL but faces questions about its future. The post Has Patch finally cracked the code on hyperlocal? appeared first on Digiday. | Digiday – 2015-02-06

Finally: DC, Marvel announce new line-up with more female characters

Last summer, two-time National Book Award finalist Gene Luen Yang ("American Born Chinese") gave a rousing speech at the Library of Congress, letting his fellow writers know at the National Book... | Stuff – 2015-02-08

Users of BlackBerry's older phones can finally cruise Tinder, play Candy Crush

BlackBerry users whose smartphones wouldn't let them book a date on Tinder or play Candy Crush will finally have a chance to join the crowd through a new software update. | CBC – 2015-02-20

We’re all genre readers now: Can we finally stop the tired “pixies and dragons” vs. literary fiction wars?

When Ursula Le Guin accused Kazuo Ishiguro of despising fantasy, she invoked a divide that's increasingly obsolete | – 2015-03-12

The Breakout Hit Outlander Is Finally Attracting Women to Starz

Game of Thrones isn't the only highly anticipated returning premium cable program based on a hugely popular book series with a rabid fan base. Starz has its own budding hit in Outlander, based on... | AdWeek – 2015-03-30

‘The Goldfinch’ paperback finally arrives, but who’s left to read it?

Donna Tartt’s “The Goldfinch” is one of the most popular and critically acclaimed novels in recent memory, and this week it’s finally available in paperback (Back Bay, $20). Published in... | The Washington Post – 2015-04-06

Apple finally realized that audiobooks aren't music

Have you scratched your head wondering why Apple would put audiobooks in iOS' music player, rather than... y'know, a book app? So has Apple. Besides a redesigned music app, the early iOS 8.4 beta... | Engadget – 2015-04-14

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