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Reader’s Digest parent company bets its life on hearth-and-home, wholesome audience

Poynter. – 2015-11-26

Bonnie Kintzer has had plenty of experience as a publishing consultant and executive as well as earning a Harvard MBA degree. Still, when she signed on as CEO in April 2014 to turn around the...

FSS ePub Reader silently installs adware?

Betanews – 2015-11-28

FreeSmartSoft is the developer of a range of popular Windows freeware, including FSS Video Downloader, FSS Google Books Downloader, FSS ePub Reader and more. You’ve installed one of their packages...

Reader recommendation: Cup of joe and nickel slots in old Vegas style

Los Angeles Times – 2015-11-28

NEVADA My family's find on our recent trip to Las Vegas: Jerry's is a coffee shop and casino in the throwback style. Tasty breakfast: I ordered bacon and eggs, hash browns and toast for about $6. I...

Amazon releases 'Reader's Edition' tablet

The Bookseller – 2015-12-08

Amazon US has launched a new tablet "for readers" in time for Christmas called the Fire HD 8 Reader’s Edition.

A reader's manifesto

The Bookseller – 2015-12-11

Kobo c.e.o. Michael Tamblyn's full address from the FutureBook Conference 2015.  

Reader recommendation: Filoli estate in Woodside, Calif.

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-02

CALIFORNIA We recently discovered Filoli while on an outing to see the Pulgas Water Temple not far from San Mateo. Filoli is a historic site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The...

The perfect snowstorm book for every reader

The Washington Post – 2016-01-22

Stuck inside? A few classics, a thriller and other books that embrace the snow — or help you forget it.

Debating whether to lower the paywall for big news? Think about the public (and reader goodwill)

Poynter. – 2016-01-26

There a well-established playbook for digital journalists when tragedy, or some other big breaking news story, strikes a community. Reporters and photographers fan out across the affected area,...

Reader recommendation: Fabulous travel agent Dawn Thompson

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-30

It was midday Friday. We were packed and ready to leave Sunday for a 15-day cruise. A cruise booking agent phoned to offer a refund and a very large amount of money if we would give up our...

Kindle e-reader update gives quick access to your books

Engadget – 2016-02-03

Who said that dedicated e-readers were dead? Certainly not Amazon. It's rolling out a major Kindle reader update that breathes new life into your e-paper experience. The most conspicuous...

Bringing the Reader Into Focus at DBW: Jo Henry on Your Consumer

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-03-01

Ahead of her appearance on March 7 in a Digital Book World practicum, Nielsen's Jo Henry talks about the new importance of knowing the target reader. The post Bringing the Reader Into Focus at DBW:...

Reader recommendation: Un-Cruise Adventures' Pacific Northwest voyage is a delight

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-19

I heartily recommend my Un-Cruise Adventures excursion along the Columbia River between Oregon and Washington. I took the cruise last summer, and everything was top class about the river boat,...

How the Financial Times uses reader insight to evolve its native ad offering

Digiday – 2016-04-07

Since launch six months ago, FT Squared, the publisher’s branded content unit, is fetching engagement rates to rival the FT’s editorial pieces. This is thanks to the publisher’s understanding...

Amazon unveils its smallest, most expensive e-reader

CBC – 2016-04-14

Will loyal fans of e-books be willing to pay tablet prices for dedicated e-readers? Amazon is about to find out.

Amazon Introduces Kindle Oasis Premium E-reader

Publishers Weekly – 2016-04-13

The Kindle Oasis is the eighth edition of Amazon's Kindle e-reading devices and is designed to be lighter, thinner and offers a new dual battery system.

BEA 2016: Amy Krouse Rosenthal: Reader Participation

Publishers Weekly – 2016-05-12

There’s almost nothing typical about Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s latest book.

9 New Books Every Middle-Aged Reader Should Devour This Summer

The Huffington Post – 2016-06-16

Now that pretty much everyone's caught up on "House of Cards," and the explosive finale of "The Americans" -- one of our all-time fave shows -- is behind us, it's time to get back to reading....

Bookshops – the reader's most reliable curator

The Bookseller – 2016-06-21

For Independent Booksellers' Week Faber c.e.o. Stephen Page on how "bookselling in its oldness is part of the new".

(VIDEO) Time Inc. CEO Ripp: Magazines Excel At Reader Engagement And ROI

The Huffington Post – 2016-06-27

CANNES - Believing that so much advertising has become noise, Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp thinks the best way for advertisers to engage with consumers is to engage with the best story tellers. No surprise...

James, Bolton and 'Galbraith' among Dead Good Reader Award winners

The Bookseller – 2016-07-26

Peter James, Sharon Bolton and "Robert Galbraith" were among the authors honoured at the second annual Dead Good Reader Awards 2016 at the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate.

English PEN Denounces Detention of ‘Syria Speaks’ Reader

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-08-05

Warning of 'simplistic messages of violence and horror' in today's political discourse, English PEN and associates assert 'the freedom to read any book.' The post English PEN Denounces Detention of...

Kobo to release premium blue-light reducing e-reader

The Bookseller – 2016-08-18

Kobo is set to release a new premium e-reader in September – The Kobo Aura One – which reduces blue light to help readers sleep better after using it.

Quartz’s Jay Lauf: ‘Serving the reader first is central to our strategy’

Digiday – 2016-09-08

Publishers around the world are trying to figure out how to benefit from social platforms and apps. In June, publishers from all over the world gathered at the Digiday Publishing Summit in Japan to...

Roald Dahl's True Genius Was As An Audiobook Reader

The Huffington Post – 2016-09-14

The celebrated British author Roald Dahl, whose children’s and adult books have found a devoted global audience, was born on Sept. 13, 1916, making this year his 100th birthday. Dahl, who died...

‘Avid Reader’: Robert Gottlieb’s candid look inside the golden era of publishing

The Washington Post – 2016-09-15

A revealing memoir by the editor who brought us John le Carré, ‘Beloved’ and Bill Clinton’s bio.

'Avid Reader' is the story of a publishing icon and friend to authors

The Christian Science Monitor – 2016-09-15

'Avid Reader' is the story of a publishing icon and friend to authors

Robert Gottlieb: Avid Reader, Reluctant Writer

The New York Times – 2016-09-23

Robert Gottlieb in his Midtown Manhattan townhouse. He has mainly spent his career as an editor but has just published a memoir about his life in the world of books.

'Don’t ask what’s wrong with the reader, what's wrong with the books?': writing for readers with dyslexia

The Guardian – 2016-10-05

From tinting their pages yellow to redesigning fonts, publisher Barrington Stoke is leading the way in dyslexia-friendly books. They and their authors – including Meg Rosoff and Anthony McGowan –...

Justice Department Reaffirms Reader Privacy Protections

Publishers Weekly – 2016-11-03

After sending a request to Attorney General Loretta Lynch asking whether she is committed to keeping the reader privacy policy adopted by her predecessor, the department reffirrmed that it will abide...

The Fidel Castro Reader: Castro's Cuba, and What Comes Next

Publishers Weekly – 2016-12-14

A round-up of books about Fidel Castro's rise to power, life in Cuba during the Castro regime, and what comes next after Castro's death.

The Fidel Castro Reader: Castro, Kennedy, the Mob, and the CIA

Publishers Weekly – 2016-12-14

Cuba may be an island, but the man who put it at the center of so much 20th century drama certainly wasn't.

The Fidel Castro Reader: Biographies

Publishers Weekly – 2016-12-14

A dip into the PW archives reveals a slew of books about Fidel Castro, the nation he ruled, and its impact on world events. Here, we round up books about the man himself, including his autobiography.

Trusted Media Brands Names Reader’s Digest Publisher | People on the Move — 1.18.17

Folio Magazine – 2017-01-19

Condé Nast Entertainment appoints an SVP, InStyle adds an editor, and more... The post Trusted Media Brands Names Reader’s Digest Publisher | People on the Move — 1.18.17 appeared first on...

Reader's Notebook: Finding America, Both Red and Blue, in the ‘Little House’ Books

The New York Times – 2017-02-07

Laura Ingalls Wilder

Global Literature in Libraries Initiative: Bridging the Translation-Reader Gap

Publishing Perspectives – 2017-03-01

A fledgling cooperation between translators and librarians aims to bring more international literature to American library patrons. The post Global Literature in Libraries Initiative: Bridging...

A cautionary tale sounds like a tall tale to this reader — and it didn't help anyone in a similar fix

Los Angeles Times – 2017-03-26

Regarding “Terrified by a Lost Passport” [On the Spot by Catharine Hamm, March 19]: The story described in the passport article sounds more like a hoax than a reality. Here’s why: Once the...

George Saunders | 'My goal is not to be smart, not to show off, but to move my reader'

The Bookseller – 2017-04-29

The Folio Prize-winning writer takes a single moment from american history and conjures his spellbinding first full-length fiction

Waterfi Waterproofed Kindle Paperwhite review: A great e-reader that’s completely protected from water damage

PC World – 2017-05-03

If waterproof is high on your checklist of e-reader must-haves, we recommend that most people consider the Kobo Aura H20. It’s a capable e-book reader designed to stand up to the occasional...

Jon McGregor | 'I tried really hard not to toy with the reader, not to lead them down the garden path'

The Bookseller – 2017-05-05

Literary novelist Jon McGregor explains how his fifth novel in an impressive and lauded oeuvre, his first for Fourth estate, interrogates the extraordinary within the everyday.

Midia InkBook 8 review: This could have been a versatile e-reader had it not been built on such low-end hardware

PC World – 2017-05-16

The Midia InkBook 8 has similar dimensions to Kobo’s Aura One, measuring 6.5 by 1.3 by 8.9 inches and sporting an eight inch e-ink display. It weighs just a bit more than its Kobo counterpart,...

Daily Mail v Guardian – an open-minded reader’s view | Letter

The Guardian – 2017-06-22

The Guardian’s snobby metropolitan-left editorials, op-ed articles and letters may offend the many more who read the Daily Mail, says Charles FosterVirginia Cumming (Letters, 21 June) implies...

5 Tips To Motivate Your Reluctant Reader

The Huffington Post – 2017-03-29

A young child, who delights in books and stories, now begins to see reading as a chore.

10 Books That Puzzle the Reader

Publishers Weekly – 2017-06-30

N.J. Campbell, author of the mind-bending new novel, 'Found Audio,' picks 10 delightfully puzzling books.

How Reader’s Digest cut its page-load time by 40 percent this year

Digiday – 2017-09-14

The publisher of Reader's Digest switched content management systems, increased the amount of content it caches and reduced its ad calls. The post How Reader’s Digest cut its page-load time by...

D&D Reader app brings paper reference books to your tablet

Engadget – 2017-09-22

Dungeon Masters can rest a bit easier now that the library of Dungeons and Dragons core rulebooks will soon be available in an easy-to-lug digital edition. Instead of a stack of heavy paper-bound...

Amazon refreshes Kindle Oasis e-reader with larger screen and waterproofing

Betanews – 2017-10-12

While you can read e-books on Android tablets and iPad devices, you really shouldn't. These screens can strain your eyes, causing discomfort and creating a negative experience. Not to mention, if you...

Heather Reisman, Canada’s Most Influential Reader

Publishers Weekly – 2017-10-06

The founder and CEO of Indigo Books & Music has a Midas touch when it comes to bestsellers.

In the hunt for reader revenue, publishers give micropayments another look

Digiday – 2017-10-30

The "iTunes for news" model hasn't taken off, but micropayments are helping publishers find potential subscribers. The post In the hunt for reader revenue, publishers give micropayments another look...

The Uncommon Reader: A Life of Edward Garnett by Helen Smith review – a cultural battleground

The Guardian – 2017-11-17

The writer and editor promoted Joseph Conrad and DH Lawrence and deserves recognition as a great literary tastemakerThe first question worth asking of Helen Smith’s A-grade biography of Edward...

Adam Kay wins BAMB Reader's Choice Award

The Bookseller – 2017-11-22

Former junior doctor Adam Kay's memoir This is Going to Hurt (Picador) has been named the winner of the Books Are My Bag Readers' Choice Award, as chosen by the public.

Bath Spa creates ghost tale which personalises to every reader

The Bookseller – 2018-01-31

A two-year literature research project at Bath Spa University has culminated in a digital ghost story which personalises the “haunting” to each reader through their mobile phone.

DC Unveils Young Reader Graphic Novel Imprints

Publishers Weekly – 2018-02-06

DC Entertainment has recruited a lineup of notable authors to produce stories for two new graphic novel imprints for young readers: DC Ink for teens and DC Zoom for middle graders.

Handbooks for Health and Happiness from Reader's Digest

Publishers Weekly – 2018-02-23

With new editions of two popular books, Reader's Digest presents accessible guides to healthy, holistic living. (Sponsored)

Inside the surprisingly enduring brand of Reader's Digest

Advertising Age – 2018-05-03

Subscribe to us on iTunes, check us out on Spotify and hear us on Stitcher, Google Play and iHeartRadio too. This is our RSS feed. Tell a friend!When Bonnie Kintzer became president and CEO of...

Our favorite Kindle reader, the Paperwhite, is on sale for 25 percent off today

PC World – 2018-05-23

Amazon’s Kindles are among the best ways to read without lugging around physical copies of all your favorite books and magazines, and if you’re looking to try one for yourself, today's your lucky...

Bringing classics to the modern reader

The Bookseller – 2018-05-30

We spoke to Legend Press' managing director Tom Chalmers about its second set of Classics, publishing this June. 

Kobo to launch 'smallest, lightest e-reader yet'

The Bookseller – 2018-05-30

Digital reading company Rakuten Kobo is to release a new e-reader called Kobo Clara HD.

How German publisher Spiegel is experimenting beyond the metered paywall to drive reader revenue

Digiday – 2018-06-05

"We don’t want it [paid-for content] to be too in your face." The post How German publisher Spiegel is experimenting beyond the metered paywall to drive reader revenue appeared first on Digiday.

Decentralised, reader-centric, diverse; Markus Dohle on five years of PRH

The Bookseller – 2018-06-25

Penguin Random House is marking its fifth anniversary since the merger that formed the publisher in 2013. Its global c.e.o. Markus Dohle discusses its achievements, and its plans for the future.

Three Interviews: How Reader Analytics Can Support Publishers’ Decisions

Publishing Perspectives – 2018-06-28

Reader analytics can be a boon to publishers, fine-tuning marketing and consumer understanding, according to specialists at CONTEC Mexico. The post Three Interviews: How Reader Analytics Can Support...

Griffiths enjoys double win at Dead Good Reader Awards

The Bookseller – 2018-07-27

Quercus author Elly Griffiths emerged triumphant at the Dead Good Reader Awards with a double win while Clare Macintosh, C J Tudor, Lee Child and Lisa Jewell also scooped awards.

It's Never Too Late to Be a Reader Again

Wired – 2018-08-02

No matter how long the hiatus, you're just one book away from reconnecting with reading—and the key might just be a failure past.

Reader letters: Reacting to Theodore Sturgeon, 'Doctor Atomic,' 'Saving Private Ryan' and more

Los Angeles Times – 2018-08-12

There were other rewards Although Scott Bradfield rightfully deplores the lack of attention for Theodore Sturgeon’s centennial [“Worlds Formed by His Words,” Aug. 5], this merely mirrors the...

Ready Reader One: Game Developers Look Toward Comics

Publishers Weekly – 2018-08-10

Comics publishers and video game developers prove a natural match, with overlapping fan bases and complementary content making for eye-popping revenue opportunities.

Remembering John McCain, a world-class reader

The Christian Science Monitor – 2018-08-28

Like his role model, Teddy Roosevelt, McCain drew on books as a source of intellectual and spiritual sustenance.

Travel letters: The blues make one reader swoon, but new fees have another reader singing the blues

Los Angeles Times – 2018-09-02

Thank you for the article on Chicago blues [“Chasing Those Chicago Blues,” by Christopher Reynolds, Aug. 26]. I am a huge blues fan. I went to Chicago for the only business trip I've ever taken....

Travel letters: It's no mystery why this reader liked the Quebec story

Los Angeles Times – 2018-09-30

The article on visiting Quebec was so serendipitous for me [“Hop Out and See a Feast of Color,” by Margo Pfeiff, Sept. 23.] I have been bingeing on Louise Penny's mystery books, and they make me...

Amazon's luxurious Kindle Voyage e-reader is $105 off in this today-only refurbished deal

PC World – 2018-10-10

E-readers are a fantastic way to breeze through novels. It turns books into completely searchable documents that you can highlight, bookmark, and make notes on.  Amazon’s luxurious Kindle Voyage...

'Churchill' takes reader through stages of Churchill's life in brightly engaging fashion

The Christian Science Monitor – 2018-11-23

'Churchill' takes reader through stages of Churchill's life in brightly engaging fashion

Rakuten Kobo Forma e-reader review: Refined experience, flawed package

PC World – 2018-12-05

The Rakuten Kobo Forma is a poster child for the tug-of-war behind the design of every device you own. Companies strive to find the right balance of size, weight and features based on market research...

Hegarty moves to Hachette Children’s for young reader series

The Bookseller – 2019-01-08

Hachette Children’s Group will this year publish the first series for young readers by Shane Hegarty, author of Darkmouth (HarperCollins Children’s Books).

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