Songwriters, streaming companies strike landmark deal on music licensing

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Songwriters, streaming companies strike landmark deal on music licensing

Songwriters and music publishers have fought with streaming companies like Spotify, Google, Apple, Pandora and Amazon over digital royalties for years, while the issue has gotten bogged down in Congress. But a bevy of lawsuits — and subsequent multi-million-dollar settlements — claiming the
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Thoughts From The Publisher's Desk – December 22, 2017

It's that time of year to evaluate the predictions I made the last week of 2016 for the year 2017. As usual, it's a mixed bag of results. I was right on some and blew it on others. x. On The Money. •It turns out I was correct when I said a federal judge would disqualify the first-place white marlin in 2016 for
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In Its 'Third Innings', Header Bidder Ready To Bat For Mobile: Oath's Gillis

Header bidding, the technology which now allows publishers to entertain bids for ads from multiple demand sources simultaneously to gain higher prices, has been operating for just about two short years. But in that time it has gained much favor amongst display ad sellers. Now it is ready to shake up
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FreeWheel's Neil Smith On The Publisher Benefits Of Unified Ad Decisioning

One of the biggest yields has been a unified solution for publishers that have traditionally sold most of their inventory through direct-sale insertion orders. Now, having added a programmatic sales channel facilitates “a unified ad decision against any demand that publisher has access to,” says Smith.
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Senior Publishing Editor in Experienced (non manager), Health with ATWOOD TATE. Apply Today.
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Along the Gila: Good Things Happening

Volunteers Clayton McPherson and Mark Johnson build a gutter ball table for the new Teen Center in Kearny. Some good things happened along the Gila this week. The new center behind Kearny's town library was dedicated last Friday. The Pinal County Courthouse, also in Kearny, has received
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A Roundup of 2017's Best Book Lists for Kids and Teens

As the year draws to a close, critics, reviewers, websites, and awards committees have been presenting their roundups of the year's favorites. We've gathered a list of the more prominent best-of-the-year lists for children's and YA books published in 2017. Publishers Weekly's Best Children's Books of
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Facebook signs Universal Music licensing deal for music, video and more

Music labels and publishers have spent much of 2017 wondering what Facebook's plans were for licensing music. Today the social network announced its first major-label licensing deal, with Universal Music Group. The companies are describing this as a “global, multi-year agreement” that will license
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Smathers Graduate Internship in Library Publishing with Florida Online Journals

The Smathers Graduate Intern will develop knowledge and skills in the emerging field of library publishing, with an emphasis on digital publication of open access scholarly journals. The intern will be trained in use of the Open Journal System digital publishing platform and perform quality control of
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Clifford Irving, Howard Hughes book prankster, has died at 87

“That was so classic Cliff. He was just conspiratorial to the end.” A novelist of little note in 1971, Irving conned McGraw-Hill publishers into paying him a $765,000 advance for a book about the reclusive Hughes. His elaborate ruse became the subject of the 2006 movie “The Hoax,” starring Richard Gere.
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A few 2017 literary standouts

Genaro Ky Ly Smith, a professor of creative writing at Louisiana Tech, sets his novel “The Land South of the Clouds” in the summer of 1979, a turning point for 10-year-old Long-Vanh, the novel's narrator, when his mother decides to return to Vietnam. Award-winning author Arlie Russell Hochschild,
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Book fair amid strike

Workers set up installations at the Guwahati Book Fair on Thursday. Picture by Manash Das. Guwahati: The 31st edition of Guwahati Book Fair will get under way at the Assam Engineering Institute playground here from Friday amid the boycott by the Assam Publishers and Book Sellers Association over
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Three Predictions for the Affiliate Marketing Industry in 2018

Having been forecasted to reach $6.8 billion by 2020, affiliate marketing is a rapidly growing channel that advertisers and publishers are increasingly using to get in front of the right audience and monetize their content. As consumers add more devices and their shopping experiences become more
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Publicity and Communications Manager

The Publicity and Communications Manager will oversee public relations efforts for Harvard Business Review Press, the book division of HBR, and will be responsible for publicity and social media campaigns for Press books and authors. This position works closely with marketing, sales, editorial, and
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2 Sisters Food Group to publish results of every audit undertaken at its factories

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2 Sisters Food Group to publish results of every audit undertaken at its factories

The 2 Sisters Food Group, at the centre of a hygiene scandal, have announced that they will be publishing the results of every audit undertaken at its factories. Earlier this year, undercover footage filmed by the Guardian and ITV News at 2 Sisters' Site D plant in West Bromwich revealed workers altering
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Senior Manager, Publishing Acquisitions and Business Development

Manage business intelligence collection needs within Publishing, including developing/maintaining product P&Ls and overall business reporting and monitoring (revenue/expenses, budgets, forecasts, variances). Gather data from internal colleagues and external sources. Work with authors, editors,
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2018 Journal Publishing Conferences

Journal publishing conferences can be excellent resources for publishers and those involved in the publishing community. Conferences provide many opportunities, from networking to marketing to education. Publishers can reserve space for staffed booths to market their businesses and titles as well as
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Profits boost at Dundee-based publisher DC Thomson

Dundee-based publisher DC Thomson & Co has boosted its profits through its substantial financial assets and diversifying away from print. It comes as advertising revenue has dipped at its press titles which include the Press and Journal, Dundee Courier and The Sunday Post. Revenue rose by less
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Facebook and Universal Music Group Strike Global Licensing Agreement

Facebook and Universal Music Group today announced a global, multi-year agreement under which UMG becomes the first major music company to license its recorded music and publishing catalogs for video and other social experiences across Facebook, Instagram and Oculus. Terms of the deal
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Bill Felker's new book offers riches of home

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Bill Felker's new book offers riches of home

All of these subjects illuminate local almanac writer Bill Felker's new book, “Home Is the Prime Meridian,” self-published through Amazon in November and available through that online retailer and locally at Village Artisans and the Yellow Springs News. The book features 40 brief lyric essays culled from
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Bright is getting awful reviews and David Ayer likes the strong reactions

Chris is a Copywriter for a major bank. He an MA in Publishing and a BA in Comparative Literature. He's also a self-published author (Altered Stone). His areas of interest include LOST, The Leftovers, The Prisoner, Y: The Last Man, Supergirl, Wonder Woman, BioShock, Supergiant Games and Josh
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Retired plumber pens his first novel aged 96

The pensioner from Carntyne, Glasgow discovered and developed his talent for writing while attending writing classes. Over time, the classes honed skills he never knew he had during his working career. “I worked as a plumber, so exploring my creative side isn't something I ever had much of a chance
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Digital Tools Help Teen Anthologies Flourish

They released this year's 106-page anthology through the self-publishing platform BookBaby. Over the summer, the Larry J. Ringer Library in College Station, Tex., hosted an eight-week TEENS Publish workshop. At the end of the program, 15 young writers published their work—everything from a novel
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Meet Rupi Kaur, Queen of the 'Instapoets'

Her debut, Milk and Honey, has sold more than 2.5 million copies worldwide since its 2015 re-release by Andrews McMeel Publishing. (Kaur self-published it a year prior.) In its first week of release, Kaur's follow-up was duking it out for the top spot on Amazon's best-seller list with Dan Brown's latest
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Books of Revelation: Christianity and Miracles in the Life and Work of Denis Johnson

I had the incredible good fortune to be Denis's friend, and I know some of his beliefs concerning God and religion. I observed him practicing his spiritual disciplines, which included prayer and daily readings of Alcoholics Anonymous, The Bible, and A Course In Miracles. I am a massive fan of his writing.
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Licensing Hotline: December 2017

Macmillan Children's Publishing Group's Imprint division is developing its first licensed publishing program for preschoolers. (Imprint also has a Sesame Street title coming up, but it is a gift book for adults.) The company recently acquired the global master publishing rights from Genius Brands for a line
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Joshua Robison opinion column: You really can change a life today

About a year later one of my English teachers passed me back a Halloween story I had written for a creative writing assignment. “This is really good.” She commented. “Do you mind if I enter it into a contest?” At the age of 12, writing was something I simply did as school work and not much else. It didn't
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Earn Extra Cash by Sharing Your Expertise with the UC Community

Communiversity course subjects include arts and handicrafts, fitness, foreign languages, communication and writing, cooking, music and dance, technology, finance, travel, local Cincinnati topics and much more. There's a course for everyone, including professionals looking to expand their skills,
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Events for Children in NYC This Week

Many families preserve their memories through photos and videos, but Writopia Lab, a national organization offering creative writing programs to children and teenagers, has another suggestion: words. In this Manhattan workshop, each participating family member will write about the same shared
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Princeton's Lewis Center for the Arts presenting 'Letters and Dreams' Jan. 11-14

She also spent two semesters studying creative translation with Jhumpa Lahiri in the Program in Creative Writing, during which she focused on translating the poetry of Akhmatova and Tsvetaeva. In summer 2017 she visited locations in Russia that figured in the lives of these two women, funded through
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In China, Education Director Pays for Taking Kickbacks for Textbooks

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In China, Education Director Pays for Taking Kickbacks for Textbooks

… some education officials have decided to collude with book publishers for their own personal profit. On Dec. 18, Wu Guoyou, an official in the education department in southern China's Guangxi Province in charge of reviewing and selecting education materials for local elementary and middle schools,
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What's Happening

The conference will feature 17 other award-winning, nationally recognized authors, editors and agents whom will conduct creative writing workshops, readings, craft talks and panel presentations in creative fiction, nonfiction, poetry and the business of writing. This year's keynote presenter will be Pulitzer
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Spa City kids share stories at creative writing showcase

On Wednesday, 19 students decided to read their stories out loud in front of their parents in the school's gymnasium, as part of a creative writing … past 16 years, said fifth-graders have done a creative writing residency for threes, and Wednesday marked the second straight year a showcase happened.
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UC Riverside to Host 41st Annual Writers Week

In keeping with the event's emphasis on showcasing diverse voices, this year's lineup of featured writers reflects a range of perspectives from around the country and world, said Tom Lutz, a professor of creative writing at UCR and the event's director. “The writers work in very different genres as well:
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Manchester United moan about Christmas fixture list by publishing research on their own website …

Manchester United have posted a story on their website bemoaning the toughness of their festive schedule. In a move widely mocked on social media, the club say they have carried out research that shows the Old Trafford outfit have 'a harder time of it than our rivals towards the top of the table'.
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13 Books From Indie Publishers To Look Forward To In 2018

Why does independent publishing matter? What's even the difference between publishing houses at this point? Start a conversation around diversifying the publishing world, and these questions are likely to come up. If you're ready to join the debate, check out the most anticipated indie press releases
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Beano publisher DC Thomson's owners set for £20m payout

The owners of DC Thomson, the family-owned publisher whose titles include The Beano, are set to share dividend payouts of more than £20m after a rise in profits. Revenues at the Dundee-based company, which also owns the free magazines Stylist and Shortlist, as well as Scotland's Sunday Post,
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Who's Who for January 2018

Bank of the Bluegrass & Trust Co., has announced Kevin Hinchman has joined its advisory board. Hinchman is the director of information technology with American Association of Equine Practitioners. Victoria “Wells” Bullard has been named chief executive officer at Wells Bullard. A family-owned
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Meet the Self-styled Kendrick Lamar of Israeli Poetry: A Romanian Royal With Dark Family Secrets

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Meet the Self-styled Kendrick Lamar of Israeli Poetry: A Romanian Royal With Dark Family Secrets

Indeed, his lifestyle sometimes seems to be a sequence of contradictions: pothead but productive – someone who makes a living from deejaying at night and has also established a business for publishing poetry books almost at cost, sharing profits if there are any; a lost young man but one with sky-high
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Student-journalists publishing Yolo school paper

The student-journalists quickly learned that the writing is just one component of publishing a newspaper. Brainstorming story ideas, assigning and reviewing stories, working collaboratively and managing staff members are all part of the process, Deppeller and Paredes noted. “We had so much to write
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Global Robotics Market in Paper, Printing, and Publishing Industry | Forecast and Analysis by …

Technavio's report on the global robotics market in the paper, printing, and publishing industry analyses the business dimensions and presents a comprehensive breakdown in terms of market segmentation by application, including material handling and logistics. As projected in 2016, around 42% of the
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'Gertie' Is The First Book Subscription Box Dedicated To LGBTQ+ Literature

But unfortunately, many book boxes highlight and reflect dominant trends in literature — including a focus on white, straight, able-bodied authors and characters. But thanks to a growing interest in books by marginalized authors with marginalized protagonists, the landscape of publishing is slowly
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UPDATED: EFRA Chair urges caution over 2 Sisters' audit publishing

EFRA chairman Neil Parish has urged caution following 2 Sisters announcement it would publish the result of every audit of its factories. He welcomed the move but said it should not be seen as a 'bold step' for the industry.
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Her Father Died When She Was 20. A Week Later, She Learned She Was Part of His Second Family.

After encouragement from a professor and with funding from the UNC Creative Writing Program, Sabin started production on the podcast in February 2016 when she was a college senior, unsure of what the series would be about until, she says, around half-way through. From the obituary, she learned
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Tom Hunt's History of Irish Athletics

In the company of family, friends and bookworms from near and far, Clonea native Tom Hunt launched his latest title 'The Little Book of Irish Athletics' … Described by publishers History Press Ireland as “reliable reference book and quirky guide,” Tom's latest tome is “a compendium of fascinating, obscure
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Bloomsbury Publishing (BMY) Hits New 12-Month High at $190.00

Bloomsbury Publishing logo Bloomsbury Publishing plc (LON:BMY) hit a new 52-week high during trading on Thursday . The company traded as high as GBX 190 ($2.56) and last traded at GBX 189 ($2.54), with a volume of 17594 shares changing hands. The stock had previously closed at GBX 188.75
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PUBLISHERS WEEKLY BEST-SELLERS

“The Black Book” by James Patterson (Grand Central Publishing). 9. “The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2018” by Sarah Janssen (World Almanac). 10. “Instant Pot Cookbook” (HMH). 11. “Count to Ten” by James Patterson & Angwan Sanghi (Grand Central Publishing). 12. “It” (movie tie-in) by
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Twenty Joys brings purpose for Carmel resident, customers

“I was feeling restless and wasn't sure where my space was in life,” Sale said. “We have two young boys, so we want to make sure what we're doing in this life is meaningful.” Her husband, Mike, said his wife was feeling a bit lost. So he challenged her to make a list of things that make her happy,.
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A look into the future of digital publishing in 2018

Focus will return to user experience: A publisher's objective is to keep readers engaged so they consume more content and spend more time on the site. The question is, how do publishers accomplish this? They do it by improving the website experience. This process starts with quicker page load speed
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Carmel author promotes 'Lessons in Loveliness' through book, blog

By Current Publishing on December 21, 2017 Carmel Community. Alicia Woodward, left, and Natalie Schultz partnered to create a book and blog offering “Lessons in Loveliness.” (Submitted photo). By Dawn Pearson. Audrey Hepburn once said, “For attractive lips, speak words of kindness. For lovely
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Lizzie Timewarp owner launches online store in Liverpool

The Liverpool woman's time is divided between Lizzie Timewarp Stationery, her publishing company Navarone Books, providing closed-captioning services for TV and video, writing screenplays and pilot scripts for TV and penning novels. “I'm kind of a workaholic and my brain never stops. I think I've
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KingCal Kitchen expands in Carmel

By Current Publishing on December 21, 2017 Carmel Business Local. The new KingCal Kitchen on Range Line Road in Carmel opened six weeks ago. Submitted photo. By Rick Morwick. Hamed Nouri is well-versed in the science of health, diet and fitness. Now, he's getting up to speed on the business
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Column: DeLayed Reaction – Happy Jolabókafloo

Bokatidindi is an Iceland Publishers Association publication that arrives in every single mailbox in the sparsely populated country of Iceland. The publication contains a list of every new book published in Iceland. Every book. Every home. Some Icelanders are more excited for the arrival of the list than
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Atlanta fire chief who passed out an antigay book at work loses his religious freedom case

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Atlanta fire chief who passed out an antigay book at work loses his religious freedom case

The former fire chief of Atlanta has lost his discrimination case, a federal court ruling on Wednesday that the city had the right to fire him after he passed out an anti-gay book and then campaigned against his subsequent suspension. Kelvin Cochran passed out a book he self-published, called Who Told
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Consumer Book Publishing Market Sees Promising Growth during 2017-2021

A new research document with title 'Global Consumer Book Publishing Market 2017-2021' covering detailed analysis, Competitive landscape, forecast and strategies. The study covers geographic analysis that includes regions like Americas, APAC, EMEA andimportant players/vendors such as
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Door County Reads to explore Hmong memoir 'The Latehomecomer'

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Door County Reads to explore Hmong memoir 'The Latehomecomer'

For the 11th time, Door County Reads has residents gather together at locations throughout the peninsula to read, discuss and celebrate the same book for about three weeks, with non-reading events such as guest speakers, panel discussions, a creative writing workshop, film showings and play
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'Fascinating' freak show memoir to Sandstone

Sandstone Press is to publish a “fascinating” memoir by first-time writer Tessa Fontaine who joined America's last travelling freak show as a way of coping with her mother's … Fontaine holds an MFA from the University of Alabama and is currently a PhD student in creative writing at the University of Utah.
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Douglas County educators win mini-grants from Northwest Community Credit Union

Teresa Martin from John C. Fremont Middle School received a $300 grant to fund the purchase of books for a creative writing project. Kate Royce from Melrose Elementary School received a $500 grant to purchase sets of chapter books for her third grade readers. Jennifer Weiss from Roseburg High
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At 87, Deer Isle author reflects on publishing and his latest novel

“There's a lot of interesting stuff about being old and publishing a novel,” said Newlin. One thing, he found out, is that most commercial publishing companies aren't interested in signing older, first-time authors because of the slimmer chances they will produce a second book. Although his first novel was
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Get to Know ME awards scholarship to Lindenwood Belleville senior

… honors she's received or community involvement she has taken part in. She is studying psychology and creative writing at Lindenwood Belleville and intends to earn a master's degree in school counseling. Flowers hopes to have a career working with youth throughout the East St. Louis School District
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How Blockchain-Based Cryptocurrency Can Make Online Publishing More Profitable

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How Blockchain-Based Cryptocurrency Can Make Online Publishing More Profitable

The rise of the cryptocurrency comes at a time when publishers and content creators are struggling to earn any money at all in online publishing – and new revenue model is thus long overdue. Between 2000 and 2015, print newspaper advertising revenue experienced a shocking evisceration,
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Mondo TV Inks LatAm Publishing Deal for Heidi Brand

Maria Bonaria Fois, the general manager of Mondo TV Iberoamerica, stated: “We are thrilled to be able to announce this publishing deal for Heidi Bienvenida. Penguin Random House, one of the most important names in world publishing, is an ideal partner for Heidi and will further build on the success
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Study: Only 20% of publishers' websites use ads.txt

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Study: Only 20% of publishers' websites use ads.txt

A study of 3,000 publishers' websites found only 20% have adopted the Interactive Advertising Bureau's (IAB) ads.txt tool meant to prevent ad fraud, per a press release made available to Marketing Dive by MediaRadar, which conducted the research. The largest sites are moving quickly but overall,
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Things To Do Today In London: Friday 22 December 2017

This means the whole family can join storytime sessions, winter flower making, conifer hunting and creative writing classes, alongside exploring this majestic garden. Kew Gardens, £11.50/£10, book ahead, 22 December-2 January. SCAVENGER HUNT: Drop into the visitor centre to pick up your winter
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Here's how publishers, users, and Google stand to benefit from the Chrome ad filter

Publishers. Publisher ad inventory could become more valuable if Chrome's ad filter manages to reduce ad-blocking by users, which would lead to more impressions on sites' ads. Adoption of ad blockers grew 30% globally in 2016, according to Page Fair, pointing to the need for publishers to address
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Portico

Libraries and publishers can be confident that their e-journals, e-books, and digitized collections will be accessible to researchers, scholars, and students in the future. 85 million. preserved items
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AppNexus and PageFair launch services to help the industry weather the GDPR storm

As the deadline for compliance with the EU's General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) draws ever closer, publishers and adtech players are urged to ensure their supply chain partners meet requirements, with both PageFair and AppNexus recently launching offerings that look to enable this.
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Keith Fossey's New Book "Foss Man" Tells the Story of a Teenager Who Is Brought up on Charges …

Recent release “Foss Man” from Page Publishing author Keith Fossey tells the tale of Luke, a fifteen-year-old boy whose family's financial struggles, death of his … Page Publishing knows that authors need to be free to create – not bogged down with complicated business issues like eBook conversion,
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IP Infringement: a threat to the literary world, or just a case of speculation?

Over the past decade the eBook industry has developed beyond expectations, transforming the traditional literary world, and today it is thriving at the centre of consumer culture. The concept of digital publishing undoubtedly became a popular and realistic alternative for writers with the rise of outlets such
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Google Chrome has a date for when it's going to block annoying ads from websites

Some web pages can feel dominated by advertising and the Coalition for Better Ads announced Monday that it is launching a better ads experience programme come January. Publishers signed up to it will “agree not to use the most disruptive ads” according to coalition standards, the organisation said
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Ali Givehchee's New Book “Scientific Yoga Practices” Is a Profound Book Based on the Principles …

Recent release “Scientific Yoga Practices” from Page Publishing author Ali Givehchee is an in-depth discourse on the benefits of an increased consciousness … Page Publishing knows that authors need to be free to create – not bogged down with complicated business issues like eBook conversion,
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Automating Video is the Future of Online Storytelling

Video content is visually appealing, highly shareable, and easy to consume on desktop computers and mobile platforms alike, making it the driving force behind the visual revolution of journalism and the preferred content format across most online services. Today, publishers are turning to automation
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Halo Sign and Eosinophilia

Blood eosinophilia associated with transient and migrating nodules with a halo sign on chest computed tomography scan should suggest larva migrans related to toxocariasis or ascaris suum</
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Hellertown author Larry Deibert writes about 'Santa's Day Jobs'

Hellertown author Larry Deibert has a few thoughts about that, and he included them in a self-published children's book called “Santa's Day Jobs.” Maybe Santa drives a … This is the first children's book for Deibert, a retired postal worker who has been publishing on and off since 1999. His previous nine
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Hot market for commercial real estate

With help from low interest rates and a strengthening economy, the Lexington commercial real estate market experienced another robust and steady year in 2017. Vacancy rates remain low across multiple sectors of the economy, with industrial vacancy at 3.26 percent and retail vacancy at 5.83 percent,
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Twitter Turns A Page In Live Video As Publishers Rethink Traditional TV Distribution

In Q3, Twitter streamed more than 830 events, 74% of which reached global audiences, and signed 30 new live-streaming video partners including both publishers and brands. That capacity to support streaming for longer durations beyond short-form, user-generated clips via Periscope is enticing for
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Game Insight, AppOnboard and Nazara sponsor first ever Mobile Games Awards 2018

Game Insight, AppOnboard and Nazara are to sponsor the first ever Mobile Games Awards taking place on January 23rd 2018. The Mobile Games Awards will recognise the sector's key players over the last year, from the developers making great games to the publishers, tool makers and service
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PCH Publishers Clearing House

This just in: find out what Danielle has to say about our special early look prize event! Want to enter $5000.00 a Week “Forever”? Enter NOW:…
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Pastor Cash Lunas new book will be published by Editorial Vida

NASHVILLE, Tennessee, Dec. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Editorial Vida announced that it will publish the new and highly anticipated new book from Pastor Cash Luna No es por vista. The book is based on key principles, from an entertaining perspective, by which to live truly in faith
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How Did the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident Impact Thyroid Cancer Risk?


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Memorial High School students participate in writing contest, workshop led by Nickolas Butler

“For people who are 18 years old, who have probably never taken a true writing course in their life, these stories are very accomplished. They are very well plotted and the character development is impressive.” Seniors Marilyn Ihinger and Kalli Charles took second and third place, respectively, for their
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AAP StatShot: August member sales revenue flat, eBook revenue down 7.1%

20, 2017 – In August 2017, Trade publishers' revenues (sales to bookstores, wholesalers, direct to consumer, online retailers, etc.) increased +1.0% compared to August 2016. For the year-to-date (Jan. – Aug. 2017) revenues were flat at 0.0%. AAP's StatShot reports Trade Books in the categories of
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