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Angry Robot finds deals through Open Door

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Tue, 15/11/2011 - 15:39 Angry Robot has books by two debut authors following its "Open Door Month", in which un-agented authors could submit their... | The Bookseller – 2011-11-15

Is there a Wolff at the Adweek door?

Michael Wolff, editor of the US media trade magazine Adweek for less than a year, is rumoured to be moving on.Wolff is best known in Britain for his biography of Rupert Murdoch, The man who owns the... | Guardian – 2011-09-30

Door Closes on Condé Elevator Feed

Condé Nast, with its famous editors and fabled perks, lost a lot of its pizzazz in the recession. The interest lifted this week, if temporarily, with @CondeElevator, an anonymous Twitter feed that... | AdWeek – 2011-08-12

OFT opens door to Bertrams/Dawson merger

Written By: Lisa Campbell Publication Date: Tue, 19/07/2011 - 15:50 The Office of Fair Trading will not refer the merger of Bertrams and Dawson to the Competition Commission, it said today. Smiths... | The Bookseller – 2011-07-19

The BBC fears political interference by the back door

The National Audit Office is demanding full, unfettered access of a type the BBC has always said it cannot acceptWhenever he talks about the BBC in public Jeremy Hunt couldn't be clearer – the... | Guardian – 2011-04-04

New iBooks update opens door to fully illustrated publishing

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Tue, 15/03/2011 - 15:45 Apple's latest version of its iBooks app, which allows e-books to have a pictorial layout similar to printed books and... | The Bookseller – 2011-03-15

Kobo opens door to UK retailers

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Thu, 10/02/2011 - 08:39 Canadian e-book retailer Kobo has said that it would be keen to partner a UK retailer in an effort to establish a presence... | The Bookseller – 2011-02-10

Vanity Fair's 'Awkward Moments' Back Door Brag

Vanity Fair's professionally rude interviewer Eric Spitznagel is on the Little Gold Men blog today, being all Sorry I'm on vacay and can't write, have a collection of my most embarrassing moments of... | The New York Observer – 2010-12-31

The Author Next Door: The New Reality in Book Publishing

Bookshelves are seeing an influx of new authors as a result of the indie publishing revolution. | Yahoo – 2010-08-03

Editors and Publishers in a Revolving Door

The cost pressures prevailing in the newspaper business have led to rapid turnover at the top. | New York Times – 2009-01-19

At American newspapers, a revolving door a the top

The cost pressures prevailing in the newspaper business have led to rapid turnover among top editors and publishers. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-01-19

Internet group opens door to domains beyond .com ( - SAN FRANCISCO - Starting in early 2009, almost any word will be able to replace ".com" in a Web page address. That opens the door for addresses such as www.restaurants.sanfrancisco or... | Yahoo News – 2008-06-27

Open door: The readers' editor on… the inclusion of controversial titles in our bookshop

Like every good bookseller, the Guardian employs a selection process, but it is obliged to tell potential customers when this is not the caseIf you put the words Mein Kampf into the search function... | Guardian – 2012-03-12

"Lusty, witty" novel to Blue Door

HarperCollins has acquired a novel set in early 1760s England, written by a professor of English... | The Bookseller – 2012-03-22

Letting doubters in the door

Those without religious affiliation aren't necessarily rejecting God."The Rise of the Nones" is one of 10 trends changing American life, according to Time magazine's March 12 cover story. That's... | Los Angeles Times – 2012-03-25

Book review: 'Suddenly, a Knock On the Door' by Etgar Keret

The author goes from one extreme to another in this wonderfully absurdist short-story collection.Suddenly, a Knock On the Door | Los Angeles Times – 2012-04-08

Boston Globe opens a door through its paywall

Readers of the Boston Globe are being allowed free access to its website in order to boost online subscriptions.People can jump the paywall, which was erected in October last year, by simply entering... | Guardian – 2012-05-03

PPA Conference: Digital piracy is 'knocking firmly on the door of publishers'

Kevin Hand, PPA chairman, warned the audience at the PPA Conference that digital piracy is "knocking firmly on the door of publishers", at today's launch of the association's anti-piracy initiative. | Media Week – 2012-05-09

Blofeld signs with Blue Door

Veteran cricket commentator Henry Blofeld will release an autobiography next year after a deal... | The Bookseller – 2012-10-24

Blue Door signs adult novel from Shearer

HarperCollins imprint Blue Door has signed an adult novel by children’s author Alex Shearer... | The Bookseller – 2013-04-09

Condé Nast Cracks Door Wider to its Private Exchange

Condé Nast, having cracked open the door to programmatic buying two years ago, has swung it open a little more. The traditional magazine powerhouse raised some eyebrows a couple years ago... | AdWeek – 2013-04-23

Open door: The readers' editor on… how a misidentified photo can accidentally be published

In one case, a warning from the picture agency got lost in the larger production system and was left unheededAt around 9pm on the evening of Monday 17 June Charleigh Disbrey, 15, and Mert Karaoglan,... | Guardian – 2013-06-23

The Swinging Door to Publishing’s C-Suite

At the highest levels of publishing the expectation of being fired or restructured is almost a job requirement, as demonstrated by several job changes this week. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-07-03

Open door: The readers' editor on… using generic photographs to illustrate news stories

'Is it reasonable to drag an old picture out and attach a new caption to give it a new meaning?' a Guardian reader asksA reader is cross about the way the Guardian uses photographs. "I return to a... | Guardian – 2013-08-11

Fresh magazine and ebook ideas every month to your inbox (and door)

Sign up to Emily Books and receive a carefully chosen ebook every 30 days, while Stack Magazines regularly posts you an unusual publication to keep your print reading diverseStack Magazines is a... | Guardian – 2013-08-25

Open door: The corrections column co-editor on… whether the use of the word 'pygmy' is racist

A Comment piece by the MP Nick Herbert referred to those who take direct action on issues such as fracking and badger culls as 'pygmy protesters'. Should the phrase have been edited out?When working... | Guardian – 2013-09-08

Open door: The readers' editor on… reporting speeches before they've been delivered

If a reporter finds that a politician is going to say something newsworthy, it would be a disservice to readers not to report itA reader believes the Guardian to have been guilty of lazy journalism... | Guardian – 2013-09-15

Open door: The readers' editor on… the Guardian's coverage of government surveillance

Readers have raised concerns about these stories, based on tens of thousands of secret documents disclosed by Edward Snowden, but few are critical of the decision to publishAn entry in former Labour... | Guardian – 2013-09-22

Reader recommendation: A Door in the Ocean

Monitor readers share their favorite book picks. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2013-09-28

Open door: The letters editor on… Twitter and the last bastion of dead-tree journalism

I still have reservations about some of the outpourings of the Twittersphere. But it does have its uses, even for the letters deskOn 13 November, a day pretty much chosen at random, @joejglenton... | The Guardian – 2013-11-25

'Inside the Dream Palace' opens door on a vivid Chelsea Hotel

Sherill Tippins tells the remarkable story of the legendary New York building and its free-spirited residents over the decades.Before Patti Smith, before Allen Ginsberg, before Thomas Wolfe, before... | Los Angeles Times – 2013-12-14

Here's What It's Like to Sell Telephone Poles Door to Door

Dennis Macel father spent 44 years as a traveling salesman, driving somewhere around 8 million miles throughout the country selling telephone poles. His daughter's beautiful book recounts his life on... | Wired – 2013-12-27

Reader recommendation: Knocking on Heaven's Door

Monitor readers share their favorite book picks. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-01-03

Who Are 'The Polyamorists Next Door'? Q&A With Author Elisabeth Sheff

Elisabeth Sheff's interest in polyamory isn't strictly academic. Or it wasn't, anyway. "When I was 22 I met a man who wanted to be non-monogamous and it scared me," Sheff told The Huffington Post.... | The Huffington Post – 2014-03-05

Review: 'The Mockingbird Next Door' by Marja Mills

Netflix night with Harper Lee sounds like a late-night comedy sketch, as does an afternoon at the laundromat, or even a quick stop at McDonald's. Yet these scenarios represent just another day living... | Chicago Tribune – 2014-07-04

'The Mockingbird Next Door,' a portrait of author Harper Lee, garners critical praise

The story of how journalist Marja Mills came to know the 'To Kill A Mockingbird' writer Lee is being called 'witty' and 'charming.' | The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-07-15

Harper Lee says she didn't cooperate with new book 'The Mockingbird Next Door'

Lee says that 'as long as I am alive any book purporting to be with my cooperation is a falsehood,' while author Marja Mills tells the Monitor, 'Nelle Harper Lee and Alice F. Lee were aware I was... | The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-07-16

'The Mockingbird Next Door' by Marja Mills: an excerpt

Read an except from Marja Mills' book, "The Mockingbird Next Door," in which she becomes the next-door neighbor of Harpler and Alice Lee in Monroeville, Ala. | Chicago Tribune – 2014-07-18

EMC, with Elliott Management at the door, braces for a showdown

Faced with a stubborn activist investor group, EMC CEO and Chairman Joe Tucci may have a big fight on his hands. EMC, with Elliott Management at the door, braces for a showdown originally published... | GigaOM – 2014-07-22

A better front door: What will it take for smart locks to succeed?

Consumers have been relatively slow to adopt smartphone and app-controlled door locks. Here are a few things that may convince homeowners to install them. A better front door: What will it take for... | GigaOM – 2014-08-24

Reader recommendation: The Mockingbird Next Door

Monitor readers share their favorite book picks. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-10-28

The Creators Of J.Lo's 'Boy Next Door' Might Not Know What 'The Iliad' Really Is

High school heart throb, or time traveling heart throb? You may have heard or seen news about this recent film "Boy Next Door," where high school teacher Claire Peterson, played by Jennifer Lopez,... | The Huffington Post – 2015-02-03

'Millionaire Next Door' author dies in car crash near Atlanta

By Rich McKay ATLANTA (Reuters) - Thomas J. Stanley, author of the best-selling book, "The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Wealthy," has died in a car crash near his home... | Yahoo! News – 2015-03-03

Open door: Whatever our rules on endorsements, those seeking them will ask for more | Chris Elliott

I agree with those who complain about the practice. However, it is a tough old world and section editors cannot always hold the lineAccording to the Guardian’s editorial code, the rules on... | The Guardian – 2015-03-23

On the Guardian’s decision to run an Opinion piece by Kelvin MacKenzie | Chris Elliott: Open door

My journalistic instincts tell me it is wrong to ban MacKenzie. But this may appear an indulgent, abstract view to those shattered by HillsboroughMany relatives and friends of the 96 people who died... | The Guardian – 2015-04-06

The Shady Industry That’s Trapping Door-to-Door Magazine Sellers

Traveling crews have been exploiting young workers and scamming customers for decades—and neither law enforcement nor Congress has been able to do anything about it. | The Atlantic – 2015-04-20

Trapped Into Selling Magazines Door-to-Door

Traveling crews have been exploiting young workers and scamming customers for decades—and neither law enforcement nor Congress has been able to do anything about it. | The Atlantic – 2015-04-20

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