Gerald Jacobs: 'Publishers thought the Holocaust was too horrific, that people won't want to read that'

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Gerald Jacobs: 'Publishers thought the Holocaust was too horrific, that people won't want to read that'

As literary editor of the Jewish Chronicle, Gerald Jacobs understands more than most the devastating effect of the Second World War on the Jewish
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New opportunity for Zimbabwean literature

Extending an invitation for all-new books, the minister said: “Publishers …. Unfortunately, the current self-publishing trend in Zimbabwe disrespects this
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New study: Trump to inherit $559B deficit, stable economy

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump has inherited a stable economy but a government that faces a worsening debt and deficit picture,
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Marcels singer Ronald 'Bingo' Mundy dies at 76

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ronald “Bingo” Mundy, best known for his work with the doo-wop group The Marcels and their hit “Blue Moon,” has died.
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Christian Concepts:Should Russell Moore be fired?

I had hoped that the rancor that had characterized the recent presidential campaign, and had caused political division among some Christian leaders
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Plan to run pipeline through Pinelands gets public hearing

Opponents of a natural gas pipeline proposed to run through the federally protected Pinelands preserve in New jersey unfurl a banner against it
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The Martins to perform in Valdosta

The smooth, rich sounds of multi-Dove Award- winning and Grammy-nominated trio, The Martins will be featured in Valdosta, Ga, on Saturday, Feb.
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All rise: Georgia Supreme Court to 'Rise up' for Falcons

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia's highest court is rising up to congratulate the Atlanta Falcons and wish them luck as they prepare for the Super Bowl.
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White House doubles down on Trump's voter fraud claim

White House press secretary Sean Spicer calls on a reporter during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017.
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Chris Jones joins staff

Chris Jones has joined the staff of Greene Publishing, Inc. as a reporter. Chris graduated from Bradwell Institute High School in Hinesville, Ga. and
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Social platforms saw search visibility gains while publishers faltered in 2016

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Social platforms saw search visibility gains while publishers faltered in 2016

Content from social platforms like Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook saw some of the biggest gains in US search visibility in 2016, while publications
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Streak gives Cowgirls confidence in tough stretch of season

The 7-0 start to the conference season is now the best in program history — even better than the 2007-08 team that accounts for the program's only
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Thousands Reported Stolen From Home Safe

Sheriff's deputies are investigating the theft of $3,000 in cash in a burglary between noon and 5 p.m. Monday of a house in the 8100 block of the
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Platform Partnerships Remain Small Part Of Publishing Biz

The report from DCN, the publishing industry trade organization previously known as the Online Publishers Association, found platform partnerships
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Made To Order Catering hosts Business After Hours

The Jan. 17 Business After Hours was held this past week at Made To Order Catering/Divine Events, located at 5801 Colin Kelly Hwy, in Madison.
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Babe Ruth League registration opens soon

The Babe Ruth League has been a Madison County staple for baseball and softball since 2001. During an average season, it fields between 300 and
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'1984' sales soar after 'alternative facts,' Trump claims

Orwell's classic dystopian tale of a society in which facts are distorted and suppressed in a cloud of “newspeak,” first published in 1949, was in the top
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Content Development Manager – 12994

… and forms part of Springer Nature, the world's largest academic book publisher, publisher of the world's highest impact journals and a pioneer in the
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Bean given expanded duties by Major League Baseball

NEW YORK (AP) — Billy Bean has been given expanded responsibilities by Major League Baseball, which has changed his title to vice president and
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New Salford base for growing call intelligence firm ResponseTap

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New Salford base for growing call intelligence firm ResponseTap

In addition we have a members' news section, where our members can upload their own stories using the self-publishing platform; this can be news,
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Petrobras investors seek compensation in the Netherlands

In a statement, Petrobras said investigators and Brazil's supreme court consider the company a victim, and thus Petrobras has received tens of millions
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Trump admin orders EPA contract freeze and media blackout

Agricultural Research Service spokesman Christopher Bentley said the ban would not include scientific publications released through peer-reviewed
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Danica Patrick may have sponsor shortfall in 2017

The company founded in 2010 by the father-and-son duo of Dave and Sam Marson was new to NASCAR last season and was scheduled to sponsor
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Johnson & Johnson cautious in outlook, shops diabetes care

… pharmaceutical growth, but the world's biggest health care products company also gave Wall Street a softer-than-expected 2017 earnings forecast.
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Judge faults Missouri company in worker's construction death

(AP) — A federal judge has ruled that a Missouri steel-erection company's workplace safety violations caused the 2014 death of an ironworker at a job
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GLPS Receives Clean Audit Report

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GLPS Receives Clean Audit Report

Greeneville Light & Power System received a clean report following the most recent audit of its financial statements. The GLPS Board of Directors on
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AOL Launches Self-Serve Capabilities For Mobile-First Publishers

The new self-serve offering is designed to meet the needs of mobile-first app developers and publishers by increasing mobile ad inventory and
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Poetry pops up on Mount Royal campus

Micheline Maylor, a creative writing professor at the university and Calgary's poet laureate for 2016-18, was one of the poets taking commissions at
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The Atlantic Runs Embarrassing Correction After Publishing False Claim About Fetal Hearts

Hours after publishing, The Atlantic began making edits, including toning down the original headline and subheadline to reflect their inaccurate
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END OF THE LINE: Tate Publishing winds down

A Mustang publisher facing a lawsuit from one of its printing equipment providers that seeks about $2 million, plus interest, for nonpayment is winding
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Tate Publishing Closes Its Doors

Tate Publishing & Enterprises, based in Mustang, Okla., has closed its doors, setting off a storm of customer complaints and lawsuits by companies
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National Security: God Bless the USA

I watched some of last week's inauguration events. There was this concert at the Lincoln Memorial and they trotted out Lee Greenwood to sing his
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How Maxim Shamelessly Turned the Publishing Industry on Its Head

For decades, publishers assumed they couldn't sell magazines to men, and instead reamed off countless gendered serials like Cosmopolitan and
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Frances Coody Hughey

Frances Coody Hughey, 79, passed away on January 23, 2017 in Madison, FL. Frances was born April 3, 1937 in Pinetta, Florida to A. C. Coody and
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USDA science researchers ordered to stop publishing news releases, other documents

Employees of the scientific research arm at the Agriculture Department were ordered Monday to cease publication of “outward facing” documents and
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Amazon Offers To Change E-Book Contracts To Settle EU Inquiry

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Amazon Offers To Change E-Book Contracts To Settle EU Inquiry

(RTTNews.com) – Online retailing giant Amazon.com ( AMZN ) has offered to change clauses to its e-book contracts with publishers in order to settle
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Should authors self-publish or seek a traditional publisher?

It is said that everyone has a book inside them just waiting to get out, and thanks to advances in self-publishing, getting that book out is easier now
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Want to be an author? Amazon launches £20000 Kindle UK Storyteller Award – How to enter

Rachel Abbott's first six self-published Kindle novels have together sold more than two and a half million copies and Kindle Direct Publishing
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Facebook, Snapchat Deals Produce Meager Results for News Outlets

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Facebook, Snapchat Deals Produce Meager Results for News Outlets

Some publishers are scaling back on Facebook Inc.'s Instant Articles program, in which they host stories directly on the social-media company's
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Publisher Says Milo Yiannopoulos' Book Won't 'Incite Hatred, Discrimination'

On Monday, Simon & Schuster CEO Carolyn Reidy sent BuzzFeed News a letter explaining her company's decision publish the book, titled
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Free Grief Support Programs Begin In February

Anyone grieving the loss of a loved one is being invited to participant in a grief support program being offered by the Laughlin Health Care Foundation
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Noon Rotary Donates To Imagination Library

Ruth Burkey, at left, accepts a check for $500 from Greeneville Noon Rotary Club President Wendy Peay at the club's Jan. 17 meeting. Burkey is the
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Publishers made only 14 percent of revenue from distributed content

Publishers are only making 14 percent of their revenue from distributing their content on third party platforms, according to a new report from Digital
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Firing Range Committee Talks Security Options

This diagram of the Greene County Hunter Education Firing Range shows the locations of the various components of the range as it will be once the
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Deputies Use Stun Gun, Pepper Spray To Subdue Teen

An angry 16-year-old allegedly fought a pitched battle with two sheriff's deputies Sunday as they attempted to assist the youth's mother. The mother
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Could TRUMP's Trade Policy Plans Affect Comic Book Prices?

Many comic book publishers including DC, Marvel, IDW, and Valiant print some of their single issues, graphic novels, and collected editions in
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"1984" Skyrockets on Amazon's Best-Sellers List after "Alternative Facts" Controversy

It seems that Kellyanne Conway's “alternative facts” remark has sparked more than just a slew hilarious memes. Following the Trump advisor's
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Mosheim Board To Meet Thursday

The Mosheim Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. at Mosheim Town Hall. Among the items on the agenda include the
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Senior Marketing Manager

Informa is a leading academic publishing, business intelligence, knowledge and events business, creating unique content and connectivity for
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A star quarterback and a feisty detective play for keeps in this sporty, sexy, sassy novel—a long-awaited new entry in the beloved,
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Your Gift Can Pay Down US Debt — Like Trump

To avoid conflicts of interest on his investments, President Trump plans to “gift” hotel profits from foreign governments' payments to the U.S. Treasury
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Joomag is a boon to digital publishers

Joomag , one of the most successful digital publishing platforms on the market, originally opened its doors back in 2009. Thriving today with a
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Shooter Debated At Opening Of Double Murder Trial

Both prosecution and defense say the gun used in the brutal 2012 shooting deaths of Courtney A. Thompson and Terrance L. Stewart will lead a jury
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Amazon modifies e-book clause to end EU antitrust probe

The biggest e- book distributor in Europe, Amazon, has decided to withdraw some clauses from its e-book deals with publishers in a bid to end an EU
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Two Committees Schedule Jan. 30 Meetings

The Greeneville Greene County Airport Authority will hold its regular monthly meeting on 9 a.m. that day in the board room of Greeneville Town Hall.
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Hearst acquires Michigan publishing and printing network The Pioneer Group

“I'm excited for the employees who are joining Hearst, which is a family company too, just on a much bigger scale.” The Pioneer Publisher John Norton
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Wide Open Media Group Hires Media and Publishing Veteran Preston Junger as VP of Sales

AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Wide Open Media Group, the leading publisher network dedicated to the Heartland of America, has
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Tusculum Mayor Takes Issue With Town

Long-simmering differences of opinion about the extension of water lines from the Town of Greeneville into the City of Tusculum surfaced again
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Snapchat cracks down on risque images and fake news

Snapchat is tightening up its guidelines for publishers on its Discover service, banning the posting of risque images without editorial value, and
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Production Associate

… Editorial, Production, Design, and Marketing departments, and maintains the publishing schedule deadlines from copyediting through blues.
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Amazon Launches £20000 Literary Award For Kindle Authors

The award is open for authors who published their works on the self-publishing platform in English.(Photo : Photo by David McNew/Getty Images).
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Allison Joseph

Allison Joseph lives in Carbondale, Ill., where she directs the Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing at Southern Illinois University.
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Stolen jet ski, trailer found

The LaGrange County Sheriff's Department reported that on January 22, a deputy recovered a Yamaha jet ski and trailer on CR 725S near CR 00EW.
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Amazon offers to change ebook contracts to appease EU

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Amazon offers to change ebook contracts to appease EU

Such promises will be seen as a victory by Europe's political elite, book publishers and startups. Before it accepts the new proposals, however, the
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Journal of Dairy Science® celebrates 100 years of publishing

Philadelphia, PA — To celebrate 100 years of publishing, the Journal of … The issue, to be published in December 2017 as the final issue of Volume 100, … how science and technology have changed over the 100-year history of the
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Creativity rewarded: Jenkins Scholarships announced

There were 27 submissions in all and were judged by members of the William & Mary English Department's Creative Writing Program.
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