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NPR’s Andy Carvin takes Twitter break to write book about covering Arab Spring via social media

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NPR’s Andy Carvin takes Twitter break to write book about covering Arab Spring via social media

Poynter. – 2011-10-18

@ACarvin Just after he logged his 100,000th tweet, NPR’s Andy Carvin told people on Twitter that he’s taking the week off so he can work on a book about covering the Arab Spring via social media. “So I’m… Read more
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Glam Media launches social network for food lovers

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Browns launches e-book platform

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Media Decoder Blog: Are Media Interns Merely Exploited Labor? Share Your Experiences

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Robert Munsch book translated for children of Nunavut

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Tribune Media Services and NTVB Media Join Forces to Bring Turn-Key TV Magazine Solutions to Newspapers

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Toshiba outlines e-book ambitions

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Immediate Media buys Hearst Magazines titles

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Random House takes 100% of publisher McClelland & Stewart

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F+W Buys World Tea Media

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Elton John's first book to Hodder

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HuffPost Book Club Goes Live

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Haines joins Penguin Children's in new media role

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IPC Media appoints Evans as publisher of Marie Claire

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R&J Spring Book Club titles announced

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Printed book sales fall as Christmas digital sales rise

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Duffy among contenders for Costa Book of the Year

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Savannah Book Festival Comes Of Age

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HC US sues over Open Road e-book

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