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NRHS chapter gets national credit

Mike Quinn, first vice-president of the National Rail Historical Society (NRHS) of Central Pennsylvania, displays a refurbished electric light fixture and a vestibule sign … “Classic Trains,” a quarterly covering the transitional years of the rail industry (1920-1980), is published by Kalmbach Publishing Co.
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Publisher: Trump effort to suppress book "flagrantly unconstitutional"

Macmillan is the parent organization of Henry Holt and Company, which released the book, by author Michael Wolff. A Trump lawyer last week sent a cease and desist letter to the publisher, demanding it be withheld. Holt responded by moving up the release date from Jan. 9 to last Friday. In the letter
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Where To Read The Book Fire and Fury | Inside The Trump White House

The recent release of Michael Wolff's explosive Fire and Fury: Inside The Trump White House has smashed sales expectations and skyrocketed to the top of all sorts of bestsellers lists. Download the Fire and Fury book in order to see what all the fuss is about surrounding this captivating tell-all. download
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Author, publisher won't back down on new Trump book

WASHINGTON — The author of a new book that questions President Donald Trump's fitness for office Monday contradicted Steve Bannon's explanation of comments that had angered his former boss. The book publisher said any effort by Trump to suppress the book would be “flagrantly unconstitutional.
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What Radiohead's lawsuit means for Lana Del Rey and her career

Lana Del Rey says she is being sued by Radiohead because they believe her song Get Free copies their hit Creep. Lana tweeted saying she had offered the band 40% of the publishing rights of Get Free but that Radiohead have asked for 100%. If Lana loses 100% of the publishing of the song,
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Sony Music Publishing, Facebook Sign Deal for Online Videos

The multiyear deal is the first between the top music publishing company, which oversees a catalog of 3 million songs, and Facebook, the parties said Monday in a statement. Financial terms weren't disclosed, but the companies said the accord would give songwriters the opportunity to earn royalties
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Man Booker Prize for Fiction to be opened to Irish-published entries

The Man Booker Prize for Fiction opened its doors after controversy over last year's longlist when Solar Bones, the acclaimed comeback novel by Mike McCormack, was ruled ineligible until it was put into book stores in Britain by a Scottish publisher. The novel had been first published by Tramp Press,
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Egypt, Guest of Honor of Next Casablanca International Publishing & Book Fair

Rabat — Egypt will be the guest of honor of the 24th edition of Casablanca's international publishing and book fair, to be held on February 8-18, said the ministry of Culture and Communication. The program of this edition will focus on Moroccan-Egyptian relations, the issues of culture and philosophy as
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Miscategorizing Items Hurts Buyers and Sellers

As an aside, the top seller in the eBay Theatre Memorabilia category has begun listing concurrently on Amazon. This seller has the most and best merchandise in the category, has been at the top of the eBay heap for years, but has been feeling the pinch on eBay of late. I had been considering doing the
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2018 Technology Trends in Media

Traditional media companies cannot afford to fight these trends while holding on to legacy revenue addictions. All publishers should be preparing for a more democratic media world. It's a future that breaks down established buying silos and enables innovation, including a better automated and more
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From microplastics to mega-stories: Journalism nonprofit Orb works the global-local angle

Can a worldwide network of in-house journalists and publishing partners have a greater impact finding, reporting, and stirring change than they would have working alone? That's the bet Molly Bingham is making with Orb Media. Bingham is a photojournalist and documentary maker with a newspaper
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Mark Bowden to read from Hue 1968

Bowden was a staff writer for The Philadelphia Inquirer for more than 20 years. Over the years, he has written for The New Yorker, Men's Journal, The Atlantic, Sports Illustrated, and Rolling Stone. He has taught journalism and creative writing at Loyola University Maryland, and is the Distinguished Writer
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Wolff's Book Publisher: We Will Not Be Intimidated by Trump

In a memo sent Monday to all employees, Macmillan CEO John Sargent said that the company will not be intimidated by President Trump's attempts to shut down the publication of Michael Wolff's controversial book about his first year in office. The president last week sent a cease-and-desist demand to
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'Fire and Fury' Publisher Torches Trump Over His Effort to Stop the Book's Publication

Now that Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury is available at bookstores, the publisher has a few words to say about Donald Trump's attempt to stop its publication. And it's not mincing any of them. Citing several court cases, Macmillan CEO John Sargent blasted the president, saying his demand that the
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For Holt, Unexpected Demand for 'Fire and Fury' Proves a Challenge

Michael Wolf'f, who is currently doing the rounds promoting his White House tell-all Fire and Fury, is having one of those once-in-a-lifetime publishing moments. His book, in the span of a little over a week, has gone from a blip on the radar to a cornerstone of the national conversation. It's the topic of
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