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Glenn Close, husband David Shaw divorce after nine years of marriage

Los Angeles Times – 2015-09-24

Glenn Close and husband David Evans Shaw have ended their nine-year union.

Would-Be Buyer of B&N Settles Fraud Charges

Publishers Weekly – 2015-09-25

The SEC has reached a settlement agreement with Michael A. Glickstein and his New York-based investment advisory firm, G Asset Management LLC, after charging Glickstein with fraud in his bid to buy...

Celebrating 40 Years of 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show'

Los Angeles Times – 2015-09-27

This weekend marks the 40th anniversary of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." To celebrate, we dug through the archives looking for everything we could on the science-fiction double-feature picture...

'CSI's 'Immortality' finale draws highest ratings in nearly 4 years

Los Angeles Times – 2015-09-29

"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" wrapped up the case Sunday with its highest ratings in nearly four years.

Bloomberg Businessweek editor Josh Tyrangiel resigns after six years

The Guardian – 2015-10-01

Deputy editor Ellen Pollock to become first female editor in magazine’s historyBloomberg Businessweek editor Josh Tyrangiel has resigned after six years at the company. Deputy editor Ellen Pollock...

It'll take 100 years to reach full gender equality in the C-suite based on the current trend, say LeanIn.Org and McKinsey

Silicon Valley Business Journal – 2015-10-02

Women are as much as 10 decades away from reaching gender equality in the United States, according to a new study published Wednesday by LeanIn.Org and McKinsey & Co. The report from Facebook Inc....

Busboys & Poets celebrates 10 years of food, books and rabble-rousing

The Washington Post – 2015-10-03

Friday night’s 10-year anniversary party for Busboys & Poets brought hundreds of well-wishers to the restaurant and bookstore chain’s Brookland location in Northeast Washington.It was an...

After 9 years, tortoises to roam again at Twentynine Palms Marine base

Los Angeles Times – 2015-10-04

Like the reptile itself, the effort to reintroduce the desert tortoise into the sandy wilds of the Marine base at Twentynine Palms has not exactly been speedy. Starting in 2006, the Marine Corps and...

Condé Nast Nabs The Guardian's Wolfgang Blau

The Huffington Post – 2015-10-05

Looks like publishing company Condé Nast is trying to increase its digital reach. The company, which publishes Vanity Fair and GQ, among other titles, announced Monday that it has hired...

TV Guide Magazine is sold for the third time in less than 10 years to NTVB Media

Los Angeles Times – 2015-10-07

TV Guide Magazine, once the unrivaled bible for television fans and a powerhouse in the publishing business, has been sold for the third time in less than 10 years. NTVB Media, the Troy, Mich.,...

'100 Years of Best American Short Stories' is vital yet flawed for loading the canon

Los Angeles Times – 2015-10-10

When sickly Bostonian Edward J. O'Brien put together the first "Best American Short Stories" anthology in 1915, short stories were considered junky pop culture. He was hoping that his project would...

Indie Press Rain Taxi Celebrates 20 Years

Publishers Weekly – 2015-10-09

Minneapolis independent press Rain Taxi is celebrating 20 years of promoting literary fiction and nonfiction, from its quarterly magazine to programs that bring literature into public spaces.

50 Cent chops price of Connecticut estate again for a $10 million drop in eight years

Los Angeles Times – 2015-10-12

Rapper 50 Cent has dropped the price on his mansion in Farmington, Conn., again -- this time to $8.5 million. The singer-entrepreneur, who filed for bankruptcy this summer and was ordered to pay $7...

Exploring C. S. Lewis’s Lasting Popularity—52 Years After His Death

Publishers Weekly – 2015-10-14

The 'Narnia' author's appeal is stronger than ever with five new books by and about him slated to publish in the months to come.

Actor Jonah Hills seeks a buyer for his Midcentury compound in Hollywood Hills

Los Angeles Times – 2015-10-16

Actor-comedian Jonah Hill of the “Jump Street” movies has listed his home in Hollywood Hills for sale at $2.995 million. It’s only the second time the Midcentury compound will change hands. The...

Italian olive oil bounces back after one of the worst years in history

Los Angeles Times – 2015-10-16

Touring their centuries-old olive orchard and state-of-the-art oil mill with just a month to go before harvest, Crudo’s Giuseppe Schiralli and Antonio Rutigliano are all smiles. At this time last...

USC-Notre Dame: 10 years after the 'Bush Push' players and coaches share memories

Los Angeles Times – 2015-10-17

Fourth and nine. The Bush Push. An unbelievable finish. Ten years ago this week, top-ranked USC and ninth-ranked Notre Dame met in a game that produced some of the most iconic plays - and one of the...

Overdue Books Returned To Library, 52 Years Later

The Huffington Post – 2015-10-17

Portland State University librarians in Oregon finally got their hands on two overdue books -- a half century after they were checked out. The Oregonian reports ( ) that someone...

100 years of male domination not yet over at Boeing, new book says

Silicon Valley Business Journal – 2015-10-17

Boeing (NYSE: BA) has come a long way toward offering equal opportunity to women, but the Chicago-based plane builder still has a long way to go. That’s the underlying theme of “Capitalist...

Two books, borrowed 52 years ago, returned to library in Oregon

Yahoo! News – 2015-10-18

The books "Basic Principles of Speech," and "Preface to Critical Reading," were place in the Portland State University Library book drop earlier in October after they were checked out on Jan. 3,...

Kyle Books celebrates 25 years

The Bookseller – 2015-10-19

Kyle Books is looking back at its achievements so far as it celebrates 25 years of publishing.

The Guardian's Tim Gentry on Why the Digital Advertising Problem Needs a Unified Solution

Editor & Publisher – 2015-10-23

It's a hard call to make, with disincentives for the first to make it, but there's a growing acknowledgement that digital publishers and advertisers have failed to deliver on the promise that...

750 Years Of Parisian History, As Told Through Architectural Illustrations

Fast Company – 2015-10-26

750 Years in Paris by Vincent Mahé is a visual time machine."I've always been fascinated by cities—especially cities that have a long history like mine," Paris-based illustrator Vincent Mahé...

How The Guardian is getting news orgs around the world to share climate change content

Poynter. – 2015-11-05

Screen shot, The Guardian 37 news organizations from around the world now share their work on climate change with each other. The Climate Publishers Network, which launched in May, is “totally...

Counterpoint Press Marks 20 Years

Publishers Weekly – 2015-11-06

Many things have changed in the two-decade life of independent publisher Counterpoint Press. Its mission, however, hasn't: "Publish books that matter."

News UK PR chief Guto Harri to leave after three years

The Guardian – 2015-11-10

Parting email to staff describes ‘job done’ after helping company regain focus on newspapers in the aftermath of phone-hacking scandalNews UK PR chief Guto Harri is to leave the Sun, Times and...

Porter and Obioma shortlisted for Guardian First Book award

The Bookseller – 2015-11-14

Andrew McMillan’s series of “hymns to the male body”, Physical (Jonathan Cape), has become the second collection of poetry to be shortlisted for the Guardian First Book award since it was...

Five Years Later, Free Trade Still Doesn't Work

The Huffington Post – 2015-11-18

My book Free Trade Doesn't Work was published five years ago by the U.S. Business and Industry Council, a Washington-based think tank and lobbying organization. If the reader will forgive a bit of...

The Guardian Thinks Customized Ads Can Stem Ad Blocking

The Huffington Post – 2015-11-18

As ad blocking in the U.K. continues to gain traction, The Guardian is eyeing how to create more customized ad experiences that are good enough to combat it. The details are still being hammered...

David Almond Wins Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize 2015

Publishers Weekly – 2015-11-19

The winner of the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize 2015 is David Almond for 'A Song for Ella Grey.'

Younge's book on American child shootings to Guardian Faber

The Bookseller – 2015-11-21

Guardian Faber has signed a non-fiction title called A Day in the Death of America by the Guardian's editor-at-large Gary Younge.

Twenty Predictions For The Next 20 Years

Fast Company – 2015-11-23

Fast Company Editor Robert Safian celebrates the magazine's 20th anniversary by looking forward.The doctor handed me the scissors. As I pressed down the blades, snipping the umbilical cord, I looked...

The Guardian on ad quality: ‘We’ve drawn a line in the sand’

Digiday – 2015-11-23

The Guardian is stepping up its efforts to give advertisers more bang for their buck with a product that guarantees ads served programmatically through its Response + platform will be seen by humans,...

New in our buyer's guide: The iPhone 6s, Surface Book and much more

Engadget – 2015-11-24

Sorry we haven't updated the buyers's guide in a couple months -- we've been too busy pumping out reviews of all the new devices. Now that things have finally started to slow down...

SCMP Confirms Being Approached by Potential Buyer

The Wall Street Journal – 2015-11-26

The publisher of Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post has confirmed it was approached by an interested buyer.

Chinese journalist's prison sentence reduced to 5 years from 7

Los Angeles Times – 2015-11-26

A 71-year-old Chinese journalist imprisoned on charges of leaking state secrets had her sentence reduced from seven years to five, a Beijing court announced Thursday, apparently because of...

McMillan first poet to win Guardian First Book Award

The Bookseller – 2015-11-27

Andrew McMillan has become the first poet to win the £10,000 Guardian First Book Award with his “elegantly poised and intimate” collection of poems, Physical (Jonathan Cape).

Alice still shapeshifting 150 years after Wonderland

Yahoo! News – 2015-11-30

An exhibition in the British Library traces how the story and its characters quickly took on a life of their own after the publication of the book in 1865, inspiring spin-off merchandising, music and...

Inside The Guardian’s drive to be a global digital destination for sports

Digiday – 2015-12-03

The Guardian wants to push its sports coverage to the next level. The publisher has been seeing a steady rise in overall traffic and sees sports as a major contributor, contributing as many as 5.3...

Vintage celebrates 25 years

The Bookseller – 2015-12-04

Vintage celebrated its 25th birthday last night at the 20th Century Theatre in London in the company of its authors and agents, including Julian Barnes and Nigella Lawson.

Inside The Guardian's Drive to be a Global Digital Destination for Sports

Editor & Publisher – 2015-12-03

The Guardian wants to push its sports coverage to the next level.   The publisher has been seeing a steady rise in overall traffic and sees sports as a major contributor, adding as...

Google-backed Lost My Name has sold 1m children's books in two years

The Guardian – 2015-12-04

British startup has shipped to 160 countries, based on its mantra of being ‘a technology company that happens to make physical books’British startup Lost My Name has sold more than 1m of its...

Microcosm Publishing Celebrates 20 Years

Publishers Weekly – 2015-12-04

Two decades after starting in a Portland, Ore., bedroom, Microcosm is having its busiest year yet and riding a wave of expansion.

Book that celebrates an Irish newspaper 20 years after closure

The Guardian – 2015-12-08

The Irish Press and its sister titles enjoyed a special place in Ireland’s historyLast week, dozens of former employees of the Dublin-based Irish Press group got together to mark the publication of...

How The Guardian Differentiates in the Crowded Content-Marketing Industry

Editor & Publisher – 2015-12-08

Standing out in a saturated online content market is tough, even for Guardian Labs. The publisher’s creative shop has laid out an ambitious 2016 global road map, which details its...

It Only Took Time 29 Years To Name Another Woman Person Of The Year

The Huffington Post – 2015-12-09

Time magazine has named German Chancellor Angela Merkel as its Person of the Year, citing her handling of the Greece debt crisis and refugee influx in Europe. Merkel is also the first individual...

This Jupiter-sized star has a giant storm that's been raging for years

Los Angeles Times – 2015-12-12

Turns out having "stellar" weather can be pretty unpleasant. Scientists using NASA’s Kepler and Spitzer space telescopes have discovered a long-lived storm on a cool dwarf star that’s reminiscent...

Bill Henderson Marks 40 Years of the Pushcart Prize

Publishers Weekly – 2015-12-11

From its humble beginnings as a project launched by an "about-to-be-fired editor" in 1974, the annual prize for the best in small press publishing has come quite a long way.

Guardian US Taps Former MSNBC Exec Richard Wolffe For 2016 Team

The Huffington Post – 2015-12-15

The Guardian US has hired prominent British-American journalist and commentator Richard Wolffe as a columnist helping to cover the 2016 election. Wolffe, who helped launch in 2013 but left...

Stephen Glass is still retracting his fabricated stories--18 years later

Los Angeles Times – 2015-12-16

Stephen Glass, who as a staff writer at The New Republic in the 1990s perpetrated what may be the most spectacular, sustained campaign of fabrication known to American journalism, is still retracting...

Eco-conscious buyer sought for undeveloped islands off Panama -- asking price: $100 million

Los Angeles Times – 2015-12-16

What do actors Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio and Mel Gibson have in common besides box-office successes? They’ve all succumbed at one time or another to a sort of island fever and ended up owning...

Fed raises benchmark interest rate for first time in nearly 10 years

Los Angeles Times – 2015-12-17

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised its benchmark short-term interest rate for the first time in 9 1/2 years, providing a long-awaited vote of confidence for the recovery from the Great Recession...

Man sentenced to 16 years in prison for shooting death of tattoo artist Trigz

Los Angeles Times – 2015-12-17

A Los Angeles man has been sentenced to 16 years in state prison for the shooting death of well-known tattoo artist and body piercer Michael Christopher “Trigz” Pebley, the Los Angeles County...

This Clairol Hair-Dye Model Has An Incredible Story. 40 Years Later It's Finally Being Told.

The Huffington Post – 2015-12-17

Roughly forty years before Laverne Cox appeared twice on the cover of Essence magazine and Caitlyn Jenner was named Glamour's Woman of the Year, Tracey “Africa” Norman was the world's...

Autotrader, Kelley Blue Book Hire Zambezi After 16 Years with Doner

Advertising Age – 2015-12-19

Cox Automotive has appointed Zambezi as the lead brand strategy and creative agency for its Autotrader and Kelley Blue Book brands following a competitive review.MDC's Doner has worked on the...

From the Fringes to the Mainstream: Ten Years of Growth In Graphic Novel Publishing

Publishers Weekly – 2015-12-23

To mark this exciting decade in graphic novel publishing, PW invited seven publishing professionals to reflect on the growth of the last ten years and to peer into the future of graphic novel...

After 70 Years, Germany Is Printing 'Mein Kampf.' Should It?

The Huffington Post – 2015-12-31

Mein Kampf, or My Struggle, Adolf Hitler's hate-filled screed that paved the way for the Holocaust, is set to be printed for the first time in Germany since the end of World War II next month. Is...

Atkinson wins second Costa Novel Award in three years

The Bookseller – 2016-01-05

The category winners of the Costa Book Awards 2015 have been revealed, with Kate Atkinson winning in the Novel category for the second time in three years.

Volkswagen repositioning may take two-three years: CEO in Wirtschaftswoche

Reuters – 2016-01-06

BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen is facing a time-consuming overhaul as the carmaker adopts a new company structure and adjusts the strategy of its brands in the wake of an emissions scandal, German...

Alanis Morissette to be Guardian Weekend's new advice columnist

The Guardian – 2016-01-08

The Canadian singer, who believes she is a born agony aunt, will write her first column for the 16 January edition of the magazineAlanis Morissette has signed up as Guardian Weekend magazine’s new...

The New Republic is for sale — buyer beware!

Poynter. – 2016-01-11

A former publisher of the New Republic told me once that his charge was not necessarily to turn a profit but to keep the losses to a low roar. For Facebook billionaire Chris Hughes, losses were more...

Australian Women’s Weekly editor-in-chief Helen McCabe resigns after six years

The Guardian – 2016-01-13

McCabe the latest senior editorial figure to leave Bauer Media, and comes same day the company announced it was outsourcing the printing and distribution of its magazines Helen McCabe has resigned as...

C​​leo magazine expected to close after 44 years despite Bauer Media denial

The Guardian – 2016-01-15

Magazine has been credited with spreading the women’s liberation movement in Australia in the 1970s under founding editor Ita ButtroseCleo magazine is widely expected to close, although its...

14 years in, Brown shows no sign of losing political muscle

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-18

In his 14th year as California's governor and barred from running again, Jerry Brown is not showing the slightest sign of lame duck syndrome. In fact, the governor seems to be acquiring more...

Penthouse Folds Print Magazine After 50 Years

Folio Magazine – 2016-01-19

End date for print edition still undetermined as brand plans to focus on digital content. The post Penthouse Folds Print Magazine After 50 Years appeared first on Folio:.

California adds 60,400 jobs in December, one of the biggest leaps in years

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-23

California employers added 60,400 jobs in December, according to state data, one of the largest single-month gains in the last three years.That strong job growth lines up with the robust numbers...

Guardian and 4th Estate BAME prize reaches out to untapped talent

The Guardian – 2016-01-23

The new short story prize will be open to black, Asian and minority ethnic writers in the UK, encouaraging greater diversity in the industry“Where are the brown people?” asked novelist Nikesh...

Guardian to Cut Costs in Bid to Break Even

The New York Times – 2016-01-25

The publisher of Britain’s Guardian newspaper plans to cut running costs by 20 percent in a bid to break even within three years .

Guardian News & Media to cut costs by 20%

The Huffington Post – 2016-01-25

Guardian News & Media, the publisher of the Guardian, is to cut running costs by 20% – a little over £50m – in a bid to break even within three years and support future growth. A...

Guardian invests in Brent Hoberman's tech startup incubator

The Guardian – 2016-01-25

Deal makes Guardian Media Group exclusive partner for Founders Factory investments in businesses in the media sector The publisher of the Guardian has invested in Founders Factory, a company that...

Five years later, the voices of dissent are long gone from Tahrir Square

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-26

Five years ago, Tahrir Square became the watchword for change in the Middle East. On Monday, it echoed with the voices of the status quo. Hundreds of people gathered in the square on an unusually...

Napa estate of late comedian Robin Williams finds a buyer

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-26

The Napa estate of late actor and comedian Robin Williams has sold, the Los Angeles Times has confirmed. The 640-acre property, called Villa Sorriso for “villa of smiles” originally came to...

Guardian U.S. Won't Be Affected by Publisher Cuts

Advertising Age – 2016-01-26

Guardian News & Media announced plans Monday for a 20% reduction in operating costs, but the publisher's U.S. outpost, Guardian U.S., will be spared, a spokeswoman confirmed to Ad Age.The cuts, part...

First children's book in 14 years wins UK's Costa prize

Yahoo! News – 2016-01-27

Britain's Frances Hardinge became the first children's author since Philip Pullman 14 years ago to win the prestigious Costa Book of the Year award in London Tuesday. Hardinge's...

Baroness Rebuck and Jimmy Wales join Guardian Media Group board

The Guardian – 2016-01-27

Chair of book publisher Penguin Random House UK and Wikipedia founder take up their roles with immediate effectGuardian Media Group has appointed Baroness Rebuck, the chair of book publisher Penguin...

U.S. and U.K. spied on Israeli drones for years, reports say

CBC – 2016-01-29

U.S and British intelligence cracked the codes of Israeli drones operating in the Middle East and monitored their surveillance feeds for almost 20 years, according to documents leaked by an American...

Man who allegedly posed as L.A. priest for years arrested, accused of defrauding churchgoers

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-03

Erwin Mena called himself “Padre” and celebrated Masses, confessions and baptisms, police say, but he was not your typical man of the cloth. He was a con man posing as a priest, swindling...

BitLit and Shelfie at Three Years: Cold Calling From Canada

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-02-03

After three years of cold calls to publishers, BitLit has found traction with ebook bundling and expanded into audiobooks with distributor Findaway. The post BitLit and Shelfie at Three Years: Cold...

McGraw Hill Plans to Shed Family Name After 128 Years

The Wall Street Journal – 2016-02-05

The change to S&P Global Inc. reflects the company’s shift away from its publishing roots.

Doctor gets 30 years to life for murders in L.A. case tied to patients' overdoses

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-06

A judge on Friday sentenced a Rowland Heights doctor to 30 years to life in prison for the murders of three of her patients who fatally overdosed, ending a landmark case that some medical experts say...

Guardian and Apax share £80m from Ascential flotation

The Guardian – 2016-02-09

35% of magazine publisher and Cannes Lions festival owner Ascential, formerly known as Emap, floated for £800m at 200p a share Guardian Media Group and private equity group Apax have enjoyed an...

Friday's TV highlights: 'David Bowie: Five Years' and more

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-12

SERIES The Amazing Race YouTube star Tyler Oakley, podcaster Korey Kuhl and Instagram models Jessica Versteeg and Brittany Oldehoff are among the social-media types competing as the reality series...

Celebrating 10 Years of IPG’s Independent Publishing Awards

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-02-12

For a 10th year, IPG Independent Publishing Awards will recognize the work of UK independent publishers and offer a business boost for the winners. The post Celebrating 10 Years of IPG’s...

NHRA legend John Force ready to make an impact again after two tough years

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-13

Funny car driver John Force freely acknowledges he was "real nervous" moments before his first qualifying run at the Circle K National Hot Rod Assn. Winternationals in Pomona. Force has been a...

Waterstones three years from fiscal autonomy despite upturn, Daunt warns

The Bookseller – 2016-02-15

Waterstones must sustain three years of consecutive profit-making before the company can “stand on its own two feet” and not rely on the “charity” of its owner, the chain’s m.d. James Daunt...

20 Years Of SI Swimsuit Covers Prove Exactly Why We Needed A Shake-Up

The Huffington Post – 2016-02-16

Sports Illustrated might be known for its sports coverage, but ever since 1964, the magazine has devoted an entire issue to steamy models in swimwear.  Looking back at the swimsuit editions over...

Grim Sleeper serial killer trial begins, years after slayings terrorized South L.A.

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-17

Debra, a waitress, was discovered shot in the chest three decades ago in an alley. The body of 25-year-old Janecia was found in a dumpster in 2007. There were at least eight other women. And one who...

400 Years On: Bumping Into the Bard at Every Turn

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-02-17

As marketers jockey for position in the 400th year of Shakespeare's death, the modern-relevance lights burn bright. We look at several releases this month. The post 400 Years On: Bumping Into the...

Chinese teens get 6-13 years in prison for kidnapping and assault of fellow 'parachute kid'

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-18

Three high school students from China were sentenced in Pomona court Wednesday morning for their roles in the kidnapping and assault of another Chinese teenager. Under a plea deal reached with...

Vietnam: returning to a country I have loved since I was 16 years old

The Huffington Post – 2016-02-19

February 17, 2016 Maybe you don't know this about me, but I was against the Vietnam War when I was a teenage girl living in Franklin Square, Long Island. Political activities in high school were a...

Who do voters dread seeing on TV for four years? Donald Trump

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-20

Republicans are fanning out in South Carolina and Democrats are wooing voters in Nevada ahead of the next round of nominating contests Saturday.Donald Trump scores an ignominious honorSouth Carolina...

Mike Scioscia says Angels incorporated analytics in previous years

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-21

Angels Manager Mike Scioscia thinks he has been mischaracterized. Since Jerry Dipoto's sudden resignation as the team's general manager seven months ago, the national narrative surrounding Scioscia...

Egypt jails author for two years over sexually explicit novel

Yahoo! News – 2016-02-21

An Egyptian court has sentenced an author to two years in jail for public indecency after excerpts of his sexually explicit novel were published in a literary newspaper. A chapter from Ahmed Naji's...

PRH legal director Peacock to retire after 23 years

The Bookseller – 2016-02-23

Helena Peacock, legal director for Penguin Random House UK and international, is retiring on 30th June after 23 years of service.

Eight years later, Obama's race is still front and center

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-24

When Barack Obama made history as the first African American president, a dichotomy was born: Would Obama showcase his black heritage too much? Or would he, the son of a white mother, prove not to be...

Ex-state Sen. Leland Yee gets 5 years in prison in corruption case

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-25

A federal district judge sentenced former state Sen. Leland Yee, a San Francisco Democrat, to five years in prison Wednesday for trading political favors for campaign contributions. He was also fined...

Firefighter who admitted boredom drove him to commit arson gets five years in prison

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-25

A former firefighter with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection was sentenced to five years in prison after admitting that he set a series of wildfires because he wanted to...

Savile BBC abuse report to be published over three years after inquiry launch

The Guardian – 2016-02-25

Janet Smith’s review expected to offer searing indictment of culture that led TV presenter – and others – to abuse childrenA report into the BBC culture that allowed Jimmy Savile to abuse...

Picador to publish Brownrigg sequel 20 years on

The Bookseller – 2016-03-01

Picador has acquired Pages For Her by Sylvia Brownrigg, a novel set 20 years on from Brownrigg’s first novel Pages for You. The new novel, set to be released in 2017, will tell the story of...

Report urges end to 94 years of BBC self-regulation

The Guardian – 2016-03-01

David Clementi says there will be ‘no hiding place’ as he recommends scrapping the BBC Trust and handing oversight of the corporation to OfcomRead David Clementi’s full report on the BBCAn end...

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