CHS students consider entering film project

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CHS students consider entering film project

“We always watch movies on the weekends,” Schmidt said. “I took this (filmmaking) class, and now there is an opportunity for us to make our own movie. It's pretty cool.” Professional filmmakers John Armstrong and Zachary Spicer presented their Project Pigasus, a statewide scriptwriting contest for high
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Fishers resident Montieth's book explores birth of the Pacers

At that time, Montieth was primarily a freelance writer with a stint working for a book publisher after leaving the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette. He began working for The Indianapolis News in 1994, which merged with The Indianapolis Star in 1995. The News closed in 1999. “I became the Pacers beat writer
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Heartland awards Sponsor of the Year

The Heartland Film Festival awarded Geist company Edward Jones the prestigious 2017 Sponsor of the Year Award Dec. 1 at the 2017 Heartland Film Festival Volunteer and Sponsor Awards Party. Financial advisor John Dewey (Geist/Indianapolis) accepted the award for his dedication and support of
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Where's Amy attends Dave Koz Christmas Tour

Where's Amy attended the Dave Koz 20th Anniversary Christmas Tour at The Palladium Dec. 10, which included the lineup from his first tour of David Benoit, Rick Braun and Peter White. The sold-out concert was a hit with the audience as Koz and friends performed their own hits and jammed on fresh,
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Gazan authors start new chapter

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Gazan authors start new chapter

One of the sectors hit hard by Hamas' rule over the Gaza Strip and the Israeli siege was book publishing, but both publishers and authors see signs of a literary awakening this year. The political-economic conditions of the Strip in the last decade have led to a cultural stagnation, and few books are being
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London police chief vows to start publishing names of charged officers amid Free Press probe

Deputy police chief Daryl Longworth (left), deputy police chief Stephen Williams and police board chair Jeannette Eberhard listen to London police Chief John Pare give a statement regarding a rash of criminal charges against several police officers in London, Ont. on Friday December 15, 2017.
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Apple's Podcast Analytics Reckoning Is Here

On Thursday, Apple finally rolled out its long-awaited Podcast Analytics feature, first announced back in June, which is meant to give podcast publishers more data about the behavior of their listeners. Publishers can now know just how many (anonymized) listeners stayed through a whole episode
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WhoisLogin Releases New Cloud Login Tools for Publishers

Norcross, GA — (SBWIRE) — 12/15/2017 — WhoisLogin Debuts Early Release of DevOps cloud login tools that enables enterprises to secure their security stacks on Amazon Web Services. Currently in early release, WhoisLogin is reinventing how enterprises implement clouds by offering a DevOps
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Sage Parenting Advice for a Zombie Takeover

After Breakwell's account blew up in 2016, book publishers swarmed. But he didn't want to pen a parenting book on his material (some of which is pure comedy, not reality). So instead, the viral-tweeting father of four opted for the zombie apocalypse. “I didn't want to write a nonfiction book that was, say,
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JUNIOR RANGER FROM PEAWANUCK ONE OF FIVE YOUTH WRITING AWARD WINNERS

The poem was one of five entries that received a James Bartleman Indigenous Youth Creative Writing Award from Ontario Lieutenant-Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell in a ceremony at Queen's Park in Toronto. Nova's father, Matthew Gull, the Canadian Ranger sergeant commanding the Ranger patrol in
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11 Powerful Women We Met Around the World in 2017

The people we look for usually do not run countries, or headline blockbuster movies, or write best sellers. We leave those to the appropriate sections of the newspaper. Our subjects are more likely to have just emerged from prison, or written their 1,547th novel. Or, this year, to be women with a story to
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Celebrate December history

According to the Guinness Book of Records, the first collection of crossword puzzles was published in the U.S. in 1924. It was called The Cross Word Puzzle Book, and was the first publication by a new partnership formed by Dick Simon and Lincoln Schuster. The book consisted of a compilation of
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Historical Victorian Farmhouse on High Ridge Ave. For Sale in Ridgefield

The Hepburn era gave High Ridge its nickname “Publisher's Row” for being home to notable book publishers, artists, entertainers, bankers, and philanthropists, contributing to the vibrancy for which Ridgefield is still known. Over the past 31 years, the current owners have lovingly restored and remodeled
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Kuwaitis actively take part in 3rd Jeddah Book Fair

Director General of Platinum Printing Press Jassim Ashkenani said they were keen participating in the fair prompted by “growing turnout.” This is the second time for “Dream Book” publishing and printing house to take part in the Jeddah fair, one of the leading Arab and Gulf cultural events, Executive
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Our school system today

There can be a child struggling in art, drama, social studies, geography, and there could be a child having trouble in math and science, but when it comes to art and creative writing, they are the best in the class. There is one issue with this situation though. If a child struggles with math or science, they are
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Toy Flippers Are The Real Grinch This Christmas & I'm Sick Of It

And when toy flippers get their hands on those great clearance deals in order to make a profit re-selling them for a higher price on Amazon or eBay, it can mean that moms have little to give their kids for the holidays. I'll give it to them: toy flippers are pretty good at snatching up the hottest deals of 2017 in
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Christmas book captures the cultural identity of Namibia

“It is a nice present for someone dear in or from Namibia and a few books are still available at the Society,” she added. Jana Hybaskova, European Union Ambassador to Namibia said the EU Delegation Team, joins the Namibian Scientific Society and Kuiseb Publishers in uniting the country in its
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December 18 ~ Business Improvement District for Dupont North to be Subject of Council …

Mon, Dec. 18 (9:45am): The Committee on Finance and Revenue, chaired by Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans, will be holding a public roundtable to be followed by a public hearing in Room 120 of the Wilson Building to consider a bill introduced by the council to authorize the establishment and
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From the Publisher's Desk: Local graduates making a difference

Much has been written about today's young people, and a lot of it hasn't been terribly positive. Pampered. Spoiled. Unmotivated. Self-centered. The criticism goes on and on. But if the alumni who spoke at Mountlake Terrace High School Friday morning are any indication of the next generation, we are in
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Downtown Music Publishing Celebrates Tenth Anniversary In New York With Worldwide Gathering

DOWNTOWN MUSIC PUBLISHING just celebrated its 10th birthday with a three-floor NEW YORK CITY gathering at the historical landmark FREE PUBLIC BATHS OF NEW YORK, bringing together the company's worldwide leadership team from NASHVILLE, L.A., TOKYO, AMSTERDAM and LONDON.
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Down Eats: Farmer and the Dail in Snow Hill

From homemade cookies and cupcakes, to decadent cakes and jacks. The jacks are another reason why so many people keep coming back. The best sellers include the apple jack and peach jack. “You know I loved that I could have something like this in the morning without having to go to Greenville,
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“Distill • Cool • History” — Agri-Culture's Progressive Dinner

Progressive Dinner Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.com The educational organization, Agri-Culture, recently held its 21st Annual Progressive Dinner, a fall tradition to celebrate the harvest. The event raised almost $40,000 and Nita Gizdich sold the raffle tickets. The purpose of Agri-Culture is
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Amazon.com, Inc. Blinks, Will Sell Chromecast and Apple TV

Roku products currently hold 12 of the top 15 spots in Amazon's ranking for best-selling video streamers (the top two are Amazon Fire TV devices). Roku is the number one video streamer in the U.S. by a wide margin, and that lead has increased over the past year. Interestingly, Amazon's Fire TV also
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HIGH ACHIEVERS

Shepparton Christian College student James Noller's ATAR score of 99.2 will well and truly allow him to pursue his passion — creative writing. The school's 2017 dux said he'd had a good year studying English, further mathematics, history revolutions, music composition and accounting (fast tracked).
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Study: Nearly half of marketers don't know where their ads are shown online

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While most marketers understand the roots of the problem, they might need to be more agile in establishing direct relationships with publishers and other partners if a significant change is to occur. A wider adoption of ads.txt might also improve some of the issues, as the tool, rolled out by the IAB Tech
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AdX or AdSense: Which Is Better & Will Make You More Money?

Other differences are apparent as well, like the fact that AdSense permits publishers to place up to three ad units per page while AdX allows up to five ad units per page. For publishers, that means if a website is using both, AdSense could fill 3 of the 5 slots and the remaining slots would have to be filled
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Urban Fiction Fiction StoryTeller

We are writing an urban fiction story about a triangle relationship and a gang of bank robbers who rob banks and has to evade the law. Must be creative and street lit. And know a thing or two about a hood romance. This job was posted from a mobile device, so please pardon any typos or any missing
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4 Trends in TV and Digital Media That Will Shake Up the Industry in 2018

Finding success as a digital media publisher in the past year has been a messy, frustrating pursuit. Digital entertainment media publishers and other news organizations turning to the same platforms as each other; it's difficult to differentiate and therefore stand-out. Throughout the year, TV networks and
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New Haven pop-up shop gives area vendors a holiday bonus

Wallace-Hunt said she is looking to get the attention of children of different age groups and draw attention to the dangers of bullying, self-publishing one book of poetry so far. “We're giving them a chance to network and get recognized so they can get more business,” said economic development office
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OSF

If by now you are exhausted trying to dance at the speed of invisible algorithms and outsmart artificial trolls and bots shooting endless false news, reignite your belief in the profession with this curation of award-winning journalism from OSF's Independent Journalism Programme. Read more .
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Looking for a Romance writer

Posted 1 hour ago. Details. Hi I need to look at an old unfinished fanfic that I'd like to rewrite and publish as an original work. Currently the novel is around 200K which I know is way too long for most publishers. My book is a contemporary gay romance novel. I'm looking for someone to read the novel, tell
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Meredith Students Participate in First Moot Court

Student Cameron Ruffin, '18, called Moot Court the most rigorous course she has taken at Meredith. “Moot Court simultaneously challenged and improved my teamwork, oral communication, critical thinking and writing skills,” Ruffin said. “This hands-on learning experience enhanced skills I will use
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Best Selling Gifts For Men

Shop Gifts For Men At COACH.com. Enjoy Free Shipping & Returns And Complimentary Gift Wrap.
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Bitcoin's Up, Exchanges Down, And Carpets Are Laid Out For Cryptos

It's up, it's down, and news about it is all around. The sentiments apply to bitcoin, and cryptocurrencies of all stripes — and the exchanges on which they trade. The news at this writing was, of course, the notching of new highs for bitcoin — touching roughly $17,500 apiece. The boost was aided by the
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Google News: The Secret War Against Net Neutrality

Google News is making the news monoculture worse by blocking independent news publishers seeking to join Google News. There's an almost insurmountable headwind for new publishers who haven't been “grandfathered in” to Google News. Google urges us to take action to support net neutrality
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OnePlus 5T vs. Sony Xperia XZ1: Which Smartphone Wins The Battle?

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OnePlus 5T vs. Sony Xperia XZ1: Which Smartphone Wins The Battle?

Even though these smartphones are not the top sellers, we want to see which one will be the winner in terms of design, specs or prices. Let's see what they … As you may know, Sony has the best camera lenses for smartphones and manufactures them for other smartphone companies. The Xperia XZ1
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Amazon Trends Report Released Its Best Sellers for 2017

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy ruled as the best-selling video game this year with FIFA 2018 coming close to second. The most popular gaming console is Nintendo Switch with took over Sony PlayStation 4's rank at the top spot. The popularity of Play and Learn games has grown this year, with toys
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Marco Rubio reverses course and gives the GOP a jolt of momentum on their massive tax bill

The bill, which was finalized by a conference committee made up mostly of members from the House and Senate tax-writing committees, proposes to expand the child tax credit to $2,000 per dependent from the current $1,000. The bill originally capped the amount of the credit that was refundable – and
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Material Suppliers Go Online For The Industry's Future

For example, buyers on the platform Matmatch are able to search for exactly what they're looking for and have results paired to them so that they find the best seller for the job. On the flip side this also means that sellers are finding new buyers more easily. Since this connection can be made at the speed
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Apiece Apart

Designers often say they're surprised by the pieces that become best-sellers. They're rarely the ones that fit into a conventional mold of “salable” clothing, nor are they the items they spent extra time developing. Maybe it's because women have such an emotional relationship with clothes, or the fact that
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Geek of the Week: Pacific Software Publishing's Mayumi Nakamura helps small businesses think …

Nakamura, who is GeekWire's latest Geek of the Week, joined the web hosting and internet solutions company Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. (PSP) as a software export sales manager, and over the years worked her way up by supporting various departments. Founded in 1987, the company is now
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A Turbulent Year in the Publishing World

This year, two major publishers, Elsevier and the American Chemical Society (ACS), won their lawsuits against Sci-Hub, a popular pirate website for academic papers. A New York district court awarded Elsevier a default legal judgement in June, ordering the site to pay $15 million in damages.
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Futurist Jason Schenker to Speak at Transparency18

He has written three Amazon Best Sellers: Commodity Prices 101 (2012), Recession-Proof (2016), and Electing Recession (2016). His most recent book, Jobs for Robots, was published in February 2017. Mr. Schenker is also a columnist for Bloomberg Prophets. Mr. Schenker has appeared as a guest
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Last-minute foodie gift guide, from pizza pajamas to a 'First Aid Chocolate Box'

Time is running out to find the perfect gift for the foodie in your life and have it shipped in time for Christmas. If you hurry, you can still score a sweet deal. FIRST AID CHOCOLATE BOX. $44.90 at maxbrenner.com, or at 841 Broadway. This cure-all for the chocoholic boasts best-sellers from the cocoa
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How to Write an Autobiographical Novel: Essays

… a stint as a Tarot-deck reader, a writing course with Annie Dillard, an AIDS march, performing in drag, meeting William F. Buckley on a catering job, tending a garden. Chee's aphoristic pieces “100 Things About Writing a Novel” and “How to Write an Autobiographical Novel” implicitly counter the notion
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How Katharine Graham Defied A Federal Judge To Publish The Pentagon Papers

Graham, who died in 2001, held the title of publisher at The Washington Post from 1969 until 1979. She spoke to Fresh Air in 1997 about her 1971 decision to publish the top-secret documents. Facebook; Twitter; Flipboard; Email
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'Hard work makes you stronger'

As a child, her Christmas mornings were like drill inspections. Before she and her nine brothers and sisters could run to the living room to see what was under the tree, they had to complete a list of chores longer than the wish lists they recited on Santa's knee. “Everybody had to make up their beds, brush
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Indie Bestsellers

A list of the nation's best-selling books for the sales week ended Sunday, Dec. 10. Based on reporting from hundreds of independent bookstores. For an indie bookstore near you, visit www.indiebound.org. (Books in bold are new this week.) HARDCOVER FICTION. 1. Artemis, Andy Weir, Crown. 2.
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Call of Duty: WWII and the PS4 Demolish Their Competition in November According to the Latest …

Last month an NPD analyst stated that all of the consoles were selling well, and that November could be anyone's game. Now NPD's report for November 2017 is officially out showing both the PS4 and Call of Duty: WWII as the top sellers. In fact, the month of November was fantastic for the gaming
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2017-12-15 / Things to Do

Current best sellers and DVD collection. Ongoing book sale. Al-Anon Family Group, 8 to 9 a.m., First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 114 Main St., Kennebunk. Meeting takes place upstairs. Al-Anon Family Groups is organization that helps families and friends of alcoholics. Outta the Box thrift store,
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Making Digital Advertising Contracts Smart

Note that most contracts based on my discussions with publishers aren't canceled before they run. Instead, the terms are negotiated after the fact. Viewability may be measured but is not specifically a requirement until after the campaign has started. At that point, the publisher must optimize to something
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The 2018 Nissan Leaf impresses in 8 different ways… but it also brings a notable shortcoming

The Leaf has long been a top seller in the segment. Last year, it was the third best-selling electric car in the U.S., following Tesla's Model S and Model X. The Teslas are luxury cars, and for most of its life, the Leaf was easily the top choice in its price segment. But then the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV came
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Scientific Copy Editor – (REQ21198)

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Nature Research is a flagship portfolio of journals, products and services including Nature and the Nature-branded journals, dedicated to serving the scientific community. Nature Research seeks a Scientific Copy Editor for a combined position working on Nature and Nature Medicine, handling copy
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European press agencies push for licensing fees for their content from Google, Facebook

But where Google sees indexing of news content as a benefit, the publishers see exploitation. The persistence of these publisher arguments is fueled by perceptions of fundamental unfairness, objective financial need and European nationalism (vs. US tech companies). However, it appears from the
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Kidney Diseases

Kidney Diseases aims to provide a platform for the communication of novel research findings from both clinical science and basic research and covers the entire spectrum of nephrological disorders. The.
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Facebook will stop paying publishers to make news feed videos

Facebook plans to stop paying publishers and other content creators to produce live and on-demand videos, Digiday reports. Under the current program, Facebook pays about 300 publishers, influencers, celebrities, and content creators given they produce a minimum number of minutes per month; live
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Idyllwild Arts: A Spoonful of Sugar Helps

Our daughters love it, too—the younger one goes to the public school in town, and the older one is at the Academy as a Creative Writing major.” About his teaching goals, Kirt says, “I want these students to have an appreciation for the incredible diversity of life,” he says. “I don't imagine many of them will
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Workshop on scholarly writing and publishing at IUST

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Workshop on scholarly writing and publishing at IUST

Workshop on scholarly writing and publishing at IUST. Dr. Geetika Sareen, Consultant, Springer (India) Private Limited gave a detailed power point presentation on the objectives of writing a quality research paper/document and ethical aspects involved in it. GKNN Awantipora, Publish Date: Dec 16
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National Landlords Association hires former publishing boss to lead expansion

Adrian joined the NLA's board of directors in June last year as a non-exec and, as well as his publishing experience, has also worked at the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) and as President of the Newspaper Society and Chairman of the News Media Association. “Carolyn has been a
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Publishing and change updates for workbook in T…

I am working on an internal reporting dashboard project . There are majorly 3 roles/level to internal reporting dashboard like higher management, project management etc. And the breakdown of information for every role/level is different as compare to other roles. For internal reporting dashboard we
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ALA Midwinter 2018 Spotlight: Fear and Loathing in Libraryland

For example, the Freedom to Read Statement, issued in 1954 with the American Book Publishing Council (a precursor to the Association of American Publishers) came as a rejoinder to Joseph McCarthy. And then there are the profession's strong responses to the rather clownish Library Awareness
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38th Annual EcoFarm Conference

EcoFarm Conference Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.com The Ecological Farming Association (EcoFarm) presents the annual EcoFarm Conference January 24 – 27, 2018 at Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove. As the oldest and largest organic farming event in the West, EcoFarm
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Media should not be banned from writing about army – MP Hasanguliyev

At today's plenary session of the Azerbaijani Parliament, lawmaker Gudrat Hasanguliyev criticized the idea of banning the media from writing about the … “Of course, military secrets have to be kept, and are kept anyway, but it is not right to prohibit or restrict professional journalists from writing about the
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James Baldwin's Only Children's Book 'Little Man, Little Man' Is Coming Back Into Print

According to Publishers Weekly, the re-issue of James Baldwin's children's book will also feature “an introduction by the edition's coeditors, Baldwin scholars Nicholas Boggs and Jennifer DeVere Brody; a foreword by Baldwin's nephew, Tejan 'TJ' Karefa; and an afterword by Aisha Karefa-Smart, the
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Bookmark: Readers say when it comes to book length, 'less is more'

This fall, I wrote a Bookmark column for Star Tribune books editor Laurie Hertzel, complaining about the too long books that the publishing industry has been churning out lately. I wasn't dissing all long books. Like most of us, I've read my share of 500- and even 800-plus pagers, and enjoyed them.
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5 organizations that deserve a PR Daily Award

The vegan and cruelty-free beauty brand developed an influencer strategy that allows beauty gurus to create content—using Tarte products, of course—in some of the most enviable destinations in the world. Over the last two years, Tarte has taken beauty influencers and editors to locations like Bora
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Bexley primary school pupil wins prize for Disney inspired 'perfect packed lunch'

East Wickham Primary School Shani Davis,11 scooped first prize in the Princess category of the art and creative writing competition. Hundreds of contestants battled it out for first prize, each having to design the perfect lunch box meal for a real or imaginary character and write about what made their
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Former 'Post' Executive Editor Ben Bradlee On Publishing The Pentagon Papers

Bradlee served as executive editor of The Washington Post from 1968 to 1991. In 1995, he told Fresh Air about his decision to publish the top secret documents related to U.S. policy making in Vietnam. Facebook; Twitter; Flipboard; Email
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Download Dialogue Dynamics, A Creative Writing Guide 2015

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2008-2017 ResearchGate GmbH. This download Dialogue Dynamics, a becomes a complex and easy experience of the reactive & of large and Law and books in the charge-coupled layers of organisation. I is presented on download Dialogue Dynamics, a Creative Writing interests and on book for not
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Slideshow: Best-selling books

6. “Leonardo da Vinci” by Walter Isaacson (Simon & Schuster). 7. “The Southern Cast Iron Cookbook” by Elena Rosemond-Hoerr (Elena Rosemond-Hoerr). 8. “Killers of the Flower Moon” by David Grann (Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group). 9. “Project Smoke” by Steven Raichlen (Workman Publishing
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The 10 Books Everyone Will Want to Read in 2018

McGuire has found success in both the self-publishing and traditional publishing world, and hit bestseller lists like the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal with each. In October 2018, she'll start releasing a new series through Hachette imprint Forever Yours. The first book, Trex, follows
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Pilch Receives Community Hero Award

Community Hero Award Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.com On November 20th, our Executive Director, Jonathan Pilch, was awarded a Community Assessment Project (CAP) Community Hero Award. CAP is a multi-year initiative to measure and improve the quality of life in Santa Cruz
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Dubrovnik Is The Unofficial Nerd Capital Of The World After Appearing In 'Game Of Thrones' And …

Have you seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi yet? If not, you're probably staying well clear of social media and certain parts of the internet because you don't want any spoilers. Well, fear not – we'll not be spoiling anything (I'm not Holly Willoughby after all) but we can tell you some things about it that are out
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Facebook's Latest Video Changes Favor Longer Shows and Larger Pages

Facebook Thursday announced a change to its News Feed ranking that will benefit pages that post videos with strong repeat viewership, as well as some new ways for larger publishers to monetize their videos. In a blog post, product management director Maria Angelidou-Smith and product manager
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How a Conservative From Rural Georgia Became Capitol Hill's Top Songwriter Advocate

(Publishers would also be able to make direct deals with streaming services, as many currently do.) That organization, run by publishing reps and self-publishing songwriters, would create a database to make it easier to identify, find and pay rights holders. Unclaimed royalties would be held for three
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'Dunkirk' screenplay: Why it deserves an Oscar nomination despite limited dialogue, just like 'The …

No film since “Titanic” (1997) has won Best Picture without a writing nomination, but I think it deserves more consideration for its script than it's getting … the events are happening concurrently, one storyline is set over the course of a week, one over the course of a day, and one over the course of an hour.
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Predatory publishing: authors beware

Friends: Below is a link to a Guest Post: “When Authors Get Caught in the Predatory (Illegitimate Publishing) Net” by Phaedra Cress, on the Scholarly Kitchen blog, December 11, 2017. here's an excerpt: …. Decades ago, authors knew all the high-impact journals in their specialty because there were
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Author visits with students in Waterloo

Gratz, who is the author of 14 novels and has been on the New Your Times bestselling author list for young readers several times, was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee. He graduated from the University of Tennessee with a college scholars degree and a specialization in creative writing and
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NFL Player Protests Spread

Amazon keeps private specific sales data on its own publishing imprints, e-books made available through its Kindle Unlimited subscription service and titles from its self-publishing service. The company said e-book sales rose, with particular growth in those three areas, while print sales also increased.
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AGENT 00 [working title]

In this wild parody with an absurd-humor slant, the reader can follow the adventures of Thames Pond, Agent 00, through space and time. The main characters who help Pond against the archenemy Evil Devil — and his Evil Chip which has awareness and its own goals — are Ron, the enhanced
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Call for applications: Music course in Malawi

Maluwa said the course covered a wide range of topics. “We provide a background to our practical music classes with modules like music theory, rhythmic reading and writing, harmony, keyboard harmony and music styles of Africa. “To give solid training in music production we are also offering
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BC: 15 bestselling books of the week, Dec. 16

Views of the Salish Sea: One Hundred and Fifty Years of Change Around the Strait of Georgia — Howard Macdonald Stewart (Harbour Publishing). 15. Raven Walks Around the World: Life of a Wandering Activist — Thom Henley (Harbour Publishing). — Compiled by the Association of Book Publishers
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Summer in Antarctica

Antarctica Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.com “In one pic you can see a pond at the base of the valley (there's a reflection in it). This is Don Juan Pond. It's the second saltiest body of water on the planet and never freezes, not even during the Antarctic winter! Next week I'm supposed to assist
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Media Audits International To Launch Audit Program for Over-the-Top Video Distribution

MAI also provides audit services for broadcast television stations (retransmission consent revenue), music labels/licensors, video game publishers, e-book publishers, and mobile application developers, among others. Its digital OTT audit program will build upon these areas of audit expertise as well as
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Teen Creative Writing Circle

Date & Time Feb 7, 2018 4:00 PM Google Calendar – Teen Creative Writing Circle – 2018-02-07 16:00 Yahoo Calendar – Teen Creative Writing Circle – 2018-02-07 16:00 Hotmail / Windows Live Calendar – Teen Creative Writing Circle – 2018-02-07 iCalendar – Teen Creative Writing Circle – 2018-02-07
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Nova Scotia author takes readers on emotional journey in The Bread Maker

MacLeod became an author using the assisted self-publishing method, which means she enlisted the assistance of a book publisher, FriesenPress, but only the writer pays the upfront costs of having the book produced. “In this case, you have the entire responsibility for the creative look, any mistakes.
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Interview with Alexander Bachmann, CEO, admitad

Regarding your second question, I decided to organize a CPA affiliate network because I already had some experience in this field as a publisher at Affilinet and Zanox. At that time, I was one of the most effective publishers in Germany, one of the TOP 10 largest publishers for 4 years in a row, and had
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Facing the particular challenge of #metoo in Australia

As The Age reported this week, nearly half of the female respondents to a survey in the book publishing industry claimed to have been sexually harassed at work. This paper also reported that close to one in seven people in the live performance industry (theatre, opera, dance etc) claimed to have been
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Literary fiction under threat, ACE report concludes

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Literary fiction under threat, ACE report concludes

The Arts Council England has pledged to engage with more bookshops, support more writers with funding and lobby the government to provide tax relief to independent publishers following a report finding that “the general trend for literary fiction is a negative one”. The work undertaken by digital
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Publisher's notebook: Keeping the faith at Salvation Army

OBSERVER Photo Running the Salvation Army in Dunkirk has been a special calling for the Lt. Samantha Lockard and this community. Even when looking over one of the bleakest of spreadsheets, Lt. Samantha Lockard never loses her optimism. As leader of the Salvation Army location in Dunkirk, she
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CCC acquires magazine publisher Shufunotomo

Jiji Press TOKYO (Jiji Press) — Culture Convenience Club Co., the operator of Tsutaya CD and DVD rental shops, said Friday that it has acquired midsize magazine publisher Shufunotomo Co. CCC acquired a 99.9 percent stake in Shufunotomo from Dai Nippon Printing Co. for an undisclosed sum.
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Redefining the Content Publishing Model

Large organisations, such as Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), are publishing more and more content across more and more channels. The scale of the content produced daily, even hourly, combined with the diversity of skills of the devolved content creators, and the fact that, this content is often only
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Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc (TTWO) Unveils New Publishing Label for Independent Creators

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Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc (TTWO) Unveils New Publishing Label for Independent Creators

Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc (NASDAQ:TTWO) has revealed the formation a new label that is focused on titles created by independent developers and designers. The new label branded Private Division will publish titles from proven veterans in the games industry. With the new publishing label
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Lois Crandall's new book "Christmas Land" is an enchanting Christmas fantasy story about Katie's …

Recent release “Christmas Land” from Page Publishing author Lois Crandall is a wonderful read about Katie's adventure in helping Virginia, the guardian of … Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Lois Crandall's enjoyable Christmas story will make readers look at the Christmas tree in a
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'Documenting folk information, cultural theft and creative writing'

Phek, December 15 (MExN): Phek Government College in collaboration with Barkweaver Publication, Norway conducted a one day workshop on the theme, 'Documenting folk information, cultural theft and creative writing' on December 13. Dr. Easterine Kire, eminent novelist, poet and winner of this
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Trinity Mirror expects quarterly revenue drop as print advertising continues to decline

Like many other newspaper publishers, the owner of the Daily Mirror has struggled to adapt to the shift towards online news. Print advertising and circulation revenues are forecast to fall 21% and 7% respectively in the final quarter, Trinity Mirror said in a trading update on Friday. In contrast, publishing
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Freestyle: Saint John Writer and Editor Kate Wallace

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Freestyle: Saint John Writer and Editor Kate Wallace

After leaving the paper, I parlayed that experience into running ArtsLink NB, a provincial non-profit association for artists. I learned a lot about managing projects, budgets and how government and the non-profit sectors work. I'm not an artist, but I admire their creative independence – while seeing how
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Do AAA Publishers Discourage Aspiring Bournemouth Developers?

The publisher Konami is infamous for their working environment. Members of the company have been put through mental and emotional strain. They are also infamous for demoting games designers to entry level jobs like janitors. For this reason, developers have kept their distance from AAA companies
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Arthur O. Sulzberger Jnr, publisher of The New York Times, will step down and be replaced by son

The publisher of The New York Times is stepping down after 25 years and will be succeeded by his 37-year-old son, the newspaper announced on Thursday. Arthur O. Sulzberger Jnr will retire as of December 31 but will remain as chairman of the board of directors, The Times said. His son and current
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Busby to compile anthology of African women writers

She co-founded the publishing company Allison & Busby, where she championed C.L.R. James, Buchi Emecheta, Nuruddin Farah and many others, before becoming director of Earthscan. She has judged numerous literary awards, including the Caine Prize, the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize and
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Fyber RTB Reaches Key Milestone in Quality Improvements by Reducing Non-direct Traffic …

Fyber RTB is a leading mobile advertising technology company that empowers publishers to execute smart ad monetization strategies across all connected devices through a unified supply side platform. Reaching over 1 billion unique monthly users, Fyber works with thousands of the world's leading
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INDUSTRY TAKEOVER SEMINAR – “Sealing the Deal” – (Labels, publishers and DIY services)

Eventbrite – Urban Development Music Foundation presents INDUSTRY TAKEOVER SEMINAR – “Sealing the Deal” – (Labels, publishers and DIY services) – Tuesday, 19 June 2018 at Red Bull Studios, London, England. Find event and ticket information.
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Apple iBooks Category Bestsellers, December 10, 2017

The Mountain Midwife by Laurie Alice Eakes – 9780310333463 – (Zondervan) 18. The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood – 9780547345666 – (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) 19. Pachinko (National Book Award Finalist) by Min Jin Lee – 9781455563913 – (Grand Central Publishing) 20. A Secret History of
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Facebook will no longer pay publishers for live video content

Vogue is one of many publishers that will no longer receive subsidies to create Facebook Live content. … a move that is sure to shock and disappoint media groups who have invested heavily into Facebook Live, the social network will no longer pay publishers to create live video content on the platform.
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Take-Two launches indie-focused Private Division label

While its history is littered with big names, though, the company has recently been making overtures towards publishing titles from smaller companies. Back in June Take-Two announced the acquisition of space-'em-up Kerbal Space Program and its developer Squad, and now the company has
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Cambridge author lifts the lid on Rio 2016 hockey heroes

Released by Pitch Publishing, The History Makers is available now in WH Smiths, Waterstones and other book shops, as well as online through Amazon. Juggins added: “I do a lot of writing for the GB team, and I've told the girls if they win the Hockey World Cup in London next year, there'll be a few
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AG Sulzberger to take over as New York Times publisher

New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr announced on Thursday that he was stepping down after 25 years at the helm of the renowned newspaper … Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, 37, known as A.G., will take over as publisher on January 1, 2018, the New York Times Co. said in a statement.
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Authors Guild Releases Report On Translation Pay, Work Conditions

The report noted, with dismay, that “publishers mistakenly continue to believe that [the translation] copyright needs to be theirs in order for them to make money. We will continue to educate publishers to correct this erroneous belief.” The survey also reported that of the 205 respondents, 44% are aged
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What Apple's Analytics Tool Means For Podcast Publishers

Podcast publishers, rejoice: At long last, Apple has released the beta version of its podcast analytics tool. In June, Apple said it would share with podcast publishers aggregate online and offline listening behavior for episodes downloaded through iTunes and its Podcast player app. Previously Apple
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