Take-Two Launches New Publishing Label “Private Division”

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Take-Two Launches New Publishing Label “Private Division”

The new publishing label is headquartered in New York and is focused on bringing games from top independent developers to the gaming market. Featured above, you can view a new video introducing the new publishing label. Take-Two describes the new publisher saying that it “empowers
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Private Division is a very smart move for Take-Two

Last night, publisher Take-Two launched a brand new publishing label, making its move into the world of premium indie publishing with Private Division. And it's a big move, with a day one lineup packed full of triple-A talent that has decided the grass is greener working for themselves on a smaller scale.
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Editorial: Disc golf course didn't fly on Garret Mountain

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Editorial: Disc golf course didn't fly on Garret Mountain

Credit all the members of the Save Rifle Camp Park Coalition, as well as many other activists and concerned individuals who spoke out against this wrong-headed plan by attending freeholder meetings, writing letters to the editor, and making up yard signs of protest. This, in a nutshell, is how democracy
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Diablo Custom Publishing Wins Silver Pearl Award for UC Hastings

Diablo Custom Publishing (DCP) was honored with a 2017 Pearl Award for its client work with UC Hastings College of the Law. DCP was awarded the 2017 Silver Pearl Award in the education category. “DCP has been our content development partner on 17 issues of UC Hastings magazine for over a
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Michael Jackson Estate and Sony Extend Recorded-Music Deal

In July, Sony/ATV Music Publishing and the estate announced a long-term extension of Sony/ATV's worldwide administration of Jackson's Mijac Music catalog. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Founded by Jackson in 1980 as his personal publishing company, Mijac Music grew into a formidable
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From Freddie Mercury to 'Duck Dynasty,' a look at the growing Disney empire

The Walt Disney Music Group encompasses Walt Disney Records, Hollywood Records and Disney Music Publishing. … oversees numerous online brands, including Maker Studios, a network that comprises popular Youtube channels like Jacksepticeye and Epic Rap Battles of History, which have more
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Rogue Amazon Drone Delivers Bomb to White House?

In the nick of time, Trump was able to save both himself, as well as over two centuries of American history in one fell swoop. The article presents a … The Daily Chronicle describes itself as “America's best newspaper” despite a UK domain name and has a publishing history that began in November 2017.
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Disney/Fox Fallout: What about Boom! Studios and HarperCollins

Boom! was said to be looking for the investment for growth money — to help develop more comic book series and to hire more creators. We hear that … they publish. Boom! publishes 25 comic books and 13-15 graphic novels per month. … Oligarchs do like owning their newspapers and book publishers.
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Retiring New York Times publisher to be replaced by his son

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Retiring New York Times publisher to be replaced by his son

FILE- In this March 11, 2010 file photo, Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., chairman and publisher of The New York Times, speaks at the Bloomberg BusinessWeek 2010 Media Summit in New York. Sulzberger, 66, will step down as… (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) More
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Webinar—Libraries, Presses, and Publishing (SPEC Kit 357)

SPEC Kit 357, Libraries, Presses, and Publishing, explores the variety of activities that are associated with library publishing, the level of library/publishing/press integration and collaboration with or creation of formal publishing/press operations, and the organizational structuring of these activities and
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Take-Two Interactive Announces New Publishing Label Private Division

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Take-Two Interactive Announces New Publishing Label Private Division

Today, Take-Two Interactive Software has announced that they'll be forming a new label known as Private Division. This publishing label will be compromised of proven games industry veterans that are dedicated to bringing titles from top indie developer to market. Private Division will be a
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Manager, Editorial, Design, & Production

The Press publishes approximately 180 new books and ebooks for the trade, scholarly, higher education, and professional markets. The Manager Editing, Design, and Production (EDP) will be responsible for the overall operation of managing editorial, production, and design departments. The Manager
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Renault buys 40 percent stake in French car news publisher

Autonomous vehicles promise a future where you can peacefully read on your morning commute, and Renault wants a say in what you're consuming. Renault has purchased a 40 percent stake in the Challenges Group, a French publishing concern known for its coverage of the automotive industry.
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Former Gisborne man wins national short story comp

He describes himself as a self-taught writer and he has another work under way. “I have no formal creative writing qualifications so I hope that might inspire others to write.” Mr Rangihuna attended Riverdale Primary School, Ilminster Intermediate as well as Lytton High School. 'Piro' will be available
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The Best Books for Print People, 2017

While Playboy may have intended this collection as a reassertion of the nudes it restored to the publication this year, the book appears in the year of #MeToo. Here are 734 examples of women posed and served to the entitled male gaze. Phaidon Press's lush but typical coffee table treatment of Annie
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Art News Roundup: Creative Colloquy Volume Four out just in time for Christmas

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Art News Roundup: Creative Colloquy Volume Four out just in time for Christmas

Imbibe in roasted bean concoctions, craft brews and vino varietals as you listen to writers narrate their tales. The group's next event is scheduled for Mon., Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. at Black Kettle Bites and Brew, 744 Market St., Tacoma. In celebration of the holiday season, Creative Colloquy will be introducing
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Senior Activity Center weekly schedule for Dec. 18-23

On Friday, the center will host Zumba at 8:30 a.m., Bridge at 9:30 a.m., Christmas Program featuring Silver Chords at 11am, Christmas lunch at noon, Creative Writing at 1 p.m., Jackpot Bingo at 1:15 p.m. and a dance at 7:30 p.m. Santa Claus will make an appearance during the annual Pocatello Senior
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Announcing Audible's Most Listened-To Audiobooks of 2017!

NEWARK, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Audible Inc., the world's largest seller and producer of downloadable audiobooks and other spoken-word entertainment, today announced the ten most listened-to audiobooks of 2017, and the ten most commented-on audiobooks of the year by Audible listeners.
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How Elaine M. Will's own mental health journey inspired her new graphic novel

“I wanted something a bit more grounded in reality, but blurred the line between fantasy and reality. I always loved comics and have been self-publishing comics for a while now. There are quite a few things about the story that I could only convey in images — the ways my mental breakdown felt for me.”
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New York Times Names AG Sulzberger, 37, Its Next Publisher

The New York Times announced today that come January, it will have a new publisher. But the name at the top of the masthead won't be changing much. The person who will replace Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr. in helming the Gray Lady? His 37-year-old son, Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, known as A.G..
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Why Morgan Spurlock's sexual assault confession misses the mark

The director writes his confession as if it's a short story for a high school creative writing class, adding drama where there should be “I'm sorry,” and “I believe we can all be better” where there should be “I am resigning my position as a powerful male in a toxic power structure.” To top it all off, Spurlock
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WALL STREET JOURNAL-BEST SELLERS

By The Associated Press. Best-Selling Books Week Ended December 10. FICTION. 1. “The Getaway” (DWK ?12) by Jeff Kinney (Amulet Books). 2. “Wonder” by R.J. Palacio (Knopf Books for Young Readers). 3. “Origin” by Dan Brown (Knopf Doubleday). 4. “The Rooster Bar” by John Grisham (Doubleday).
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Facebook announces 6-second pre-roll ad test, new mid-roll ad restrictions

Facebook is also introducing new restrictions on when and which publishers and creators can insert mid-roll ads in their videos and changing how its algorithm decides which videos to prioritize in people's News Feeds. Taken together, the changes underscore Facebook's pivot from the one-off videos
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Timperley drummer writes book on Manchester Musicians

Paul has always had an interest in writing and when he started an open university degree in English Literature was asked to write a reportage which he completed on The Who in Detroit. Following this it was published online and the publishers, Route Books, asked him if he wanted to write a book.
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PubTech Connect 2018: Pamela Paul and Sam Dolnick of the 'New York Times'

In 2016, she was made editor of all of the newspaper's book coverage. Bringing all books coverage under one editor was a huge change for the Times and had a major impact on the world of publishing. For the first time, the world's most influential coverage of books, both digital and online, is being
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The New York Times gets a new publisher

Longtime New York Times Publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr. is retiring at the end of the year, a position he's had for roughly 25 years since 1992. His son, Arthur Gregg (A.G.) Sulzberger has been named the new Times Publisher. Why it matters: The family business lives on. A.G. becomes the fifth
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What Does the Disney Purchase of Fox Mean for BOOM! Studios?

While a large part of the comic book universe focused on Disney purchasing back the movie rights to the X-Men and Fantastic Four, many forgot that Fox also had a share in … It's notable that BOOM! co-owns the rights with its comics with creators, which differs from most other comic book publishers.
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Minnesota Opera commissions kid-friendly opera based on Kate DiCamillo bestseller

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Minnesota Opera commissions kid-friendly opera based on Kate DiCamillo bestseller

… Opera announced Thursday that it's creating an opera based on a novel by acclaimed Minneapolis children's author Kate DiCamillo. It plans to stage “The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane,” the tale of a toy rabbit, in November 2019. Books by rock-star writer DiCamillo have become bestsellers.
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Take-Two Forms Indie Label To Pub Games From Panache, Outsiders, Obsidian

The label will be publishing Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey from Panache Digital Games, a studio led by the creator of the Assassin's Creed franchise Patrice Désilets; an unannounced RPG currently codenamed “Project Wight” from The Outsiders, a studio founded by ex-DICE developers David
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'Big Love' by Detroit author among the books that make great gifts

said Christina Falante, in her review of the book for Good Reads. “This guy's got some serious wisdom and some serious guts.” No one … it someone in need of inspiration, love or a marvelous adventure. Here are a few suggestions along with some best-sellers from the Wall Street Journal's latest hotlist:
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'Fifty Shades Freed' Stars Dakota Johnson Choosing Life With Chris Martin Over Filming With …

In 2012, Fifty Shades of Grey remained at the top of the best-sellers list for an astonishing 22 weeks, raking in over 10 million sales. If Grey can match any of these numbers, then it's likely we'll see another movie. Whether or not Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson are involved, however, is another matter
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Fox Merges With Disney: The Storied Studio's 102-Year History

2013 News Corp. remains a publishing company and spins off the media and entertainment portion, which becomes 21st Century Fox. Fox Searchlight's “12 Years a Slave” wins best picture Oscar. 2014 “Birdman,” another Fox Searchlight title, wins best picture. 2015 Brothers James and Lachlan
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Movers & Shakers: Pandora, Tala, Mobext, Coinbase, S4M and more

Automotive sales and publishing firm Cox Automotive has promoted Jessica Stafford to senior vice president and general manager of Autotrader, making her responsible for leading the business and working cross-functionally across product, sales, marketing and operations. Stafford has been part of
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Working with Chronicle an unexpected bonus for USC graduate

Ms Esposito said her career goal was to write her first novel when she joined the first cohort of students in USC's new one-year Master of Professional Practice (Creative Writing), introduced last year. “Towards the end of the program, with an increased confidence in my writing ability, I decided to look for
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Take-Two establishes new indie label, Private Division

Take-Two Interactive, the parent company responsible for publishing games under the 2K Games, 2K Sports and Rockstar labels, has formed a fourth label for independent studios called Private Division. Announced via a video in which five studios; Panache Digital Games, The Outsiders, Squad,
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Books Issue 2017: Killing sea life, by the book

In 1971, the Great Outdoors Publishing Co. of St. Petersburg introduced what would become one of its most popular guidebooks, a slim volume called How to Clean Seashells. The author, a Canadian-born radioman named Eugene Bergeron, had caught the shell-collecting fever down in Florida when
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Take-Two Announces New Label Private Division

Kerbal Space Program's Making History expansion, which will be released in late 2018, is the sole exception. Take-Two SVP and Head of Independent Publishing Michael Worosz said the company has “spent more than two years laying the groundwork for Private Division,” which joins Rockstar Games
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Hoffman Center hosts author Deborah Reed for a reading from her latest book

Interested writers must submit a writing sample of no more than ten pages to hoffmancenter@nehalemtel.net by February 25th. No more than ten people will be accepted, so please apply early. Fee for the course will be $350. For a complete description of the
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Take-Two Unveil New Publishing Label Private Division

Take-Two Interactive — whose subsidiaries include the likes of 2K Games and Rockstar Games — have unveiled their latest publishing label, Private Division. Described as a “developer-focused” publisher, Private Division aims to capitalise on the growing relevance, influence and popularity of video
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Take-Two tackles tiny titles with new game-publishing label, Private Division

Known for publishing BioShock, Borderlands, and Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto, Take-Two Interactive announced a new publishing label. This new label, called Private Division, focuses on smaller games from independent developers. In the announcement (via Polygon), Take-Two described
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Sats figures 2017:How did Worcestershire schools do?

We do, of course, take all children no matter their ability. We give them every opportunity to succeed.” We really make sure they are confident learners. “The school works to prepare them for everything they may face. “ Speaking on the writing result, she said: “We make sure they are confident writers.
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Publishing less to give readers more

When we started out a few centuries ago, the way to do that was to print daily news articles on paper. Not much has changed since. Sure, today we work online and use more pictures and video, but we're still doing what we've always done: informing the public by publishing fresh articles every day.
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Scholastic Reports Fiscal 2018 Second Quarter Results

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Scholastic Reports Fiscal 2018 Second Quarter Results

Scholastic Corporation (NASDAQ: SCHL) is the world's largest publisher and distributor of children's books, a leading provider of core literacy curriculum and professional services, and a producer of educational and entertaining children's media. The Company creates quality books and ebooks, print
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Puvis De Chavannes, Pierre

Grand Staircase and Chavanne's Panels, right section, Boston Library 1 photographic print mounted on thin board : cyanotype ; image 43.2 x 53.2 cm. Contributor: Puvis De Chavannes, Pierre – Detroit Publishing Co. Date: 1901. Photo, Print, Drawing. Grand Staircase and Chavanne's
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Spokane Authors and Self-Publishers release first anthology

An excited buzz filled the meeting room at the Shadle Library earlier this month as Spokane Authors and Self-Publishers launched the group's first book, “Celebrating Spokane Authors.” Maxie Ray Mills and Steve Sackett set the mood with music, as guests helped themselves to snacks, bought books,
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In Memoriam: Life of Simeon Booker Jr

He was a journalistic pioneer, who in 1952, became the first Black staff writer at the Washington Post But, concerned more about improving the status of Black people than being first, he returned to the Black Press as the Washington Bureau Chief of Chicago-based Johnson Publishing Company Jet and
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International Journal of Corpus Linguistics

World Englishes between simplification and complexification. In World Englishes – Problems, Properties and Prospects: Selected papers from the 13th IAWE conference, Edited by Thomas Hoffmann and Lucia Siebers. [Varieties of English Around the World, G40] (pp. 263–286). Ruette, Tom, Katharina
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Ismael Cala lanza Cala Speaking Academy, una Escuela de Oratoria y Comunicación

MIAMI, 14 de diciembre de 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Ismael Cala, estratega de vida y de negocios y autor best-seller, anunció este jueves la creación de Cala Speaking Academy, una escuela de oratoria y comunicación, diseñada para quienes deseen mejorar su forma de comunicarse, además de crecer
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AMD open sources its Vulkan

AMD has released the source code to its official Vulkan Linux driver, just in time to make the Christmas best sellers' list. Apparently open-sourcing is going to occur, it will likely be within a few days and appears to have been timed around the date of the Adrenalin driver release. The code is being opened
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Louisville's biggest manufacturing stories of 2017

The biggest manufacturing story this year was in September when Publishers Press, a printing company in Lebanon Junction, was acquired by Chicago-based LSC Communications (NYSE: LKSD). It was one of the oldest family-owned companies in the area — founded in 1866 — so it generated a ton
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Take-Two to publish Patrice Desilets's Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey

Take-Two has announced it will publish Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, developed by original Assassin's Creed creator, Patrice Desilets. A new Publishing label has been formed by Take-Two, which will publish titles from “top independent developers.” Private Division has been in the works for
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NAU graduation traffic rolls into town Friday morning

The first commencement ceremony starts at 10 a.m. The second commencement ceremony is at 3 p.m. This year's commencement speakers will be Claire Schonaerts, an associate professor of elementary and special education, and Nicole Walker, director of NAU's Creative Writing program. Schonaerts
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Clinical Aromatherapy Expert Fai Chan Featured in the USA Today

Fai Chan served on the Board of a world-leading aromatherapy association called AIA (Alliance of International Aromatherapists) in 2016. The two books she wrote in Chinese hit the No. 1 spot on the Best-Sellers list. She is also helping renowned aromatherapists in her industry to translate their work
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How to Make Over $100000 a Month From Writing a Book

As the founder of Best Seller Publishing, Kosberg's clients become Barnes & Noble or Amazon bestsellers, while using their books to drive over $100,000 in monthly revenue. Kosberg himself is no stranger to the rewards that writing a book can bring. He used his own bestselling book, “Life After Debt,”
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Opinion: This superhero trend could alarm investors

But if comic-book publishers are hurting themselves by tangling with the tricky issue of diversity, the industry could risk a sustained sales slump. Already, the trends don't look good. Last year, sales growth of comic books, graphic novels and digital offerings cooled off to 5.3% as revenue hit $1.08 billion,
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Publishers seek ad dollar alternatives

Now, publishers are identifying other paths forward. In 2017 alone: The Guardian established a nonprofit in the U.S.; The Atlantic launched a paid membership program; The New York Times is aggressively courting digital subscribers and halved the number of articles that can be read for free, the first
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The hottest toys this holiday season

“On secondary websites, they're selling for hundreds of dollars. Pretty much everyone wants them.” While the L.O.L. Surprise dolls go quickly, the manager said this year's best sellers, by far, are the Switch, Nintendo's $300 new video game console, and Fingerlings. Sold for just $15, Fingerlings are
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College notes

3, recognized Susquehanna's most successful student scholars. To be named a University Scholar, students must have earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.75 in full-time study for the past two semesters or equivalent credit hours of part-time study. Drews is a creative writing major in the Class
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New York Times Publisher Sulzberger Turns Over Reins To His Son

Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, the 37-year-old son of New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., will take over his father's position on January 1, the paper announced this morning. The younger Sulzberger, known as A.G., has been deputy publisher for a year and is credited with pushing the
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Songwriters and Publishers Endorse Path to Strengthen Copyright Protections in Canada

SOCAN connects more than 4 million music creators worldwide and more than a quarter-million businesses and individuals in Canada. Nearly 150,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers are its direct members, and more than 130,000 organizations are Licensed To Play music across
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A face-up display of the top gift books of 2017

When holiday shoppers visit area bookstores this month, they will find that a new front has quietly opened up in the culture wars: up side- down books. To coin a phrase, what happened? Schuler's books in the Eastwood Towne Center displays best sellers on a table just inside the door. Manager Rhoda
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New York Times publisher stepping down, to be succeeded by 37-year-old son

New York Times publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr., who oversaw the newspaper through triumph and controversy for the past 25 years, will step down at the end of the year and hand the job to his son, Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, the company said Thursday. The transition was expected at the Times, which
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Publishers To Stop Receiving Facebook Money For News Feed Videos

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Publishers To Stop Receiving Facebook Money For News Feed Videos

Facebook will stop paying publishers and celebrities to create videos that appear in the social platform's News Feed. According to a report from Digiday, several publishers learned the internet giant aims to discontinue a program that put money in the pockets of outlets creating monthly video content for
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Neo-Nazi Website Daily Stormer's Tips for Writing About Jews Revealed

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Neo-Nazi Website Daily Stormer's Tips for Writing About Jews Revealed

The guide continues, “This basically includes blaming Jews for the behavior of other nonwhites. Of course it should not be that they are innocent, but the message should always be that if we didn't have the Jews, we could figure out how to deal with nonwhites very easily.” “The same deal with women.
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Soha Ali Khan on the perils of being moderately famous, turning author, and lessons her family …

Writing a book was, of course, different — and quite a challenge. “I found (the idea of reaching) 50,000 words a daunting challenge, and I don't work well with timelines. So I wasn't sure, but the folks at Penguin asked me to write an introductory chapter and see, which I eventually did. I sent the draft to a
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'Top Secret' DC & MARVEL Books Lead Twelve 2018 FREE COMIC BOOK DAY Gold Titles

“With 91 titles submitted from over 70 publishers, the FCBD Retailer Committee had to make some tough choices for this year's Free Comic Book Day,” said FCBD spokesperson Dan Manser, “but we think retailers and fans alike will be thrilled with the sponsor titles chosen for 2018. Free Comic Book
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New York Times Publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr. to Retire at Year's End; AG Sulzberger Named …

The New York Times Company announced today that Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr. will retire as publisher on December 31, 2017. He will continue to serve as chairman of the Company's board of directors, a position he has held since 1997. Mr. Sulzberger, Jr., 66, has been The Times's publisher since 1992.
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New York Times names new publisher

New York Times publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr. will retire at the end of the year and will be replaced by his son, 37-year-old A.G. Sulzberger, the Times announced on Thursday. The elder Sulzberger has been publisher of the paper since 1992. He will retain his position leading the company's board
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Music Reports' Claiming System Marks a Million Tracks Claimed as Publisher Engagement …

Launched in 2016, the Songdex Claiming System provides a free method for publishers to review data about unmatched tracks, find titles that have not yet matched, and tie them to the publisher's own song data. The system likewise allows publishers to ensure that all of their existing publishing data is
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'Grand Theft Auto' publisher Take-Two opens an indie label

Major publishers setting up indie labels has been a win-win so far. Electronic Arts has its EA Originals program which currently has Fe and A Way Out in gestation. Then there's Microsoft's ID@Xbox program, Square Enix Collective and Sony's recently-launched Unties imprint. These help give the big
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'Jane Austen: Then and Now'

2017 marks the bicentennial of Jane Austen's death, and people around the world are celebrating the beloved author's life and legacy. In the spirit of commemoration is the fall course at Princeton, “Jane Austen: Then and Now.” Co-taught by Claudia Johnson, the Murray Professor of English Literature,
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New York Times publisher to step down, hands reins to son

Arthur Sulzberger Jr. will relinquish his role as publisher of the New York Times at the end of the year, handing over the job to his son. The New York Times Company, controlled by the Sulzberger family, announced on Thursday that Mr Sulzberger will step down as publisher — a role he has held since
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Colorado Author Wins 8 national book Awards

… who has written and published more than 30 books, has won eight national book awards for her latest, How to Avoid 101 Book Publishing Blunders, … the USA Book News Awards, Independent Press Awards, Indie Excellence Book Awards, International Book Awards, and the Global eBook Awards.
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This Christmas, don't give books to non-readers

My Twitter is an echo-chamber of book lovers – writers, readers, publishers, agents, librarians, bloggers – but that can lull a person into a false sense that the world is full of happy bibliophiles. And that perhaps makes it harder for us to understand why people don't read books, and even mistrust them.
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Review: 'The Last Jedi' a masterful addition to franchise

There is so much creative writing and stunning images to applaud (but only in a general sense as not to give away any details). Not only is the final battle a visual feast, it shows the smart writing of Johnson. There are events and situations that seem far-fetched, even in the “Star Wars” universe, but
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Local vegans write cookbook with focus on comfort foods

The self-published book breaks down vegan cooking for people currently dabbling in the diet and for those who are interested in trying it. Spencer said one of the goals for the book was to show people it could be accomplished without having to overhaul the pantry and fridge and buy new kitchen
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'Think Like Tech Execs': What a Former Amazon Exec Can Teach Healthcare

Aaron Martin was a high-level executive at Amazon, who led two startups Amazon had acquired: a self-publishing and print on-demand division. When a headhunter came calling, Martin wasn't looking to move. But as he heard about a new chief digital/innovation officer position at Providence St. Joseph
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Take-Two launches high-end indie label Private Division

Take-Two Interactive has announced Private Division—a new indie publishing label whose goal is to bring “titles from top independent developers to market”, before making them “critically and commercially successful on a global scale.” With this in mind, Private Division will leverage Take-Two's
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Meet the young directors breathing life into London's theatre scene

Born in Wadhurst in East Sussex, the 28-year-old never went to performing arts school or college; instead 'the theatre stuff kind of kicked off' while he was studying English with creative writing at the University of Warwick. A production of Brecht's The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui might have bombed at the
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Jefferson middle school head to move on in July

Offerings range from Civics and EconomicsThrough Minecraft to Journalism to Psychology to Beginning Ukulele to Creative Writing to various arts offerings and more. On top of Wallace's resignation, the school board approved one planned retirement Monday as well. Steve Hoeft, director of buildings
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4 skills and trends PR pros should learn more about in 2018

Where to go to learn more: One of the best ways to improve your writing skills is to spend more time writing. Don't have as many opportunities to write as you'd like in your day-to-day role? Start a blog. Contribute to other blogs. If you want to check out a course to improve your writing skills, Udemy offers
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Yorktown Author Finally Fulfills Goal with Witty Book

“I wanted to write something I could be proud of; something to leave behind, something that said, 'Larry was here.'” Berliner said the turning point came after he took a comedy-writing course at Westchester Community College with his son and the instructor, Rich Mintzer, gave him some constructive
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Scholastic predicts 2018 publishing trends

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Scholastic predicts 2018 publishing trends

Publishing and media company Scholastic has released its predictions for the top trends in children's books for 2018, and it looks like titles that celebrate strong female characters, as well as books featuring hands-on activities, are set to drive sales next year. Curated by Scholastic Book Clubs editors, the
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AG Sulzberger, 37, Is Named Next Publisher of The New York Times

The ascension of the younger Mr. Sulzberger, who is known as A. G., comes just over a year after he was named deputy publisher of The Times. The New York Times Company's board approved the move during a meeting on Thursday. The elder Mr. Sulzberger, 66, who will stay on as chairman of The
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New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. hands reins to son AG Sulzberger

The publisher of the New York Times is handing off the reins of the venerable news giant to his son after guiding the company through the rise of the Internet. Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr., 66, will relinquish the post at the end of the year after a quarter of a century in the role. He will be succeeded by A.G.
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