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Time Inc. Finds Future In Digital Ad Executive

The Wall Street Journal – 2011-12-01

Laura Lang, Time Inc.'s new CEO, is new to magazines but she is well-versed in the digital media landscape. The publisher plucked her from digital ad firm Digitas Inc.
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Melville House Finds Hit for the 99%

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Angry Robot finds deals through Open Door

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Nantucket Gazette reborn, finds niche

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Pan Mac finds A Dog's Purpose

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Media Decoder: Conrad Black, Still in Prison, Finds Publisher for Memoir

The former newspaper baron, serving out a sentence for fraud and obstruction, will publish "A Matter of Principle" in the fall. | The New York Times – 2011-06-30

Study Finds Readers More Likely to Skim Over Articles on an iPad Than in a Newspaper

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The Nook finds a big niche: women

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Small Business Barometer Finds Sector Prefers Advertising in Newspapers

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iPad users may not become book readers, report finds

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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

Media Decoder: Internet Users Turned to Social Networks in Elections, Survey Finds

One in five adults who use the Internet, including a growing number of older, conservative Republicans, turned to social networks during last year’s elections, according to study published Thursday. | The New York Times – 2011-03-17

Changing copyright laws could "stifle" literature, report finds

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UK study finds low numbers of women in journalism

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In February, the staff of about 30 — editors, reporters and producers — created the April issue of Inc. outside of the business magazine’s office in Downtown Manhattan. | New York Times – 2010-03-28

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Public cynicism that the federal government operates in an atmosphere of secrecy is as strong as ever, despite President Barack Obama's promises to make government information more easily available... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-14

At 10 Years, A Magazine Finds Time To Celebrate

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Small Publisher Of Translations Finds Niche, Turns Profit

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Europa Editions finds success in translations

The small publisher founded by a husband-and-wife team from Italy in 2005 turned its first profit last year and is enjoying a modest but growing following. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-02-26

Ten Years Later, Photographer Finds Old Portrait Shots Are in Demand

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Electronic book start-up finds partners

Plastic Logic plans to announce partnership deals on Monday that it says will bring a number of major publications to its planned device. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-02-09

'USA Today' Finds Doritos Crystal Ball Most Popular Super Bowl Ad

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With many magazines folding, one finds a surprising bid on eBay

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Modesto Bee finds new publisher amid digital ranks

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Soldier finds his voice blogging from Iraq

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Apple colluded on e-book prices, judge finds

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“The Unknown University”: Bolaño finds poetry under the volcano

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Kindle team finds handy way to benefit from Obama visiting Amazon warehouse

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Tweet This: Survey Finds Advertisers Most Bullish on Social Media

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NASA's Curiosity finds two percent of Martian soil is composed of water

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