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Nancy Berger, Cosmopolitan Publishing Director, talks 'Hauliday' Special

Nancy Berger is the SVP/Publishing Director of Cosmopolitan, Women's Health and Seventeen. She chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about "Hauliday," and being a publishing director in the digital age.

Publisher set to turn Paula Deen's story into a comic book

Bluewater Productions will include Paula Deen in its female empowerment comic book series called "Female Force." Deen's illustrated story, "Female Force: Paula Deen," is scheduled to be released in October.

Interview with Doug Smith: Veteran country editor and publisher Special

On July 4, veteran country music editor and publisher Doug Smith of the publication “Country Pulse” chatted via telephone with Digital Journal about his career in the field of journalism.

Long time NY Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger dies at 86

New York - Former New York Times publisher Artur Ochs Sulzberger, who guided the paper through a turbulent time to new levels of expansion, influence and profit, died Saturday at the age of 86 at his home in South Hampton, NY after a long illness.

UPDATED: Debut novel pulled from shelves by publisher

'Assassin of Secrets', a debut novel from Q. R. Markham, has recently been pulled from the shelves by the publisher after it was found that many passages were taken from other published works.

News articles on jobs attract more ad clicks than celeb stories

Popular articles on Lindsay Lohan and Justin Bieber don't reel in as many ad dollars as they do eyeballs, a new study has found. The most profitable online news articles focused on topics such as unemployment, the Gulf oil spill and recalls.

Top German Publisher Who Fled Nazis Dies at 96

Ernst Cramer, a leading German Jewish journalist and publisher who fled Nazi Germany after a spell in a concentration camp and returned to the country as an American soldier, has died a day before his 97th birthday.

eBook Boost in British Columbia Libraries

Can’t choose between your laptop and your library books? Pretty soon, if you live in British Columbia, Canada, you may not have to choose.

User-Generated Content Hits German Shelves: A Printed Version Of Wikipedia?

A German publishing company will publish "The One-Volume Wikipedia Encyclopedia" featuring user-generated content made up of 50,000 of the most-searched terms on the German language edition of Wikipedia.

Publisher Posts Free Books Online to Lure Net-Friendly Bookworms

When a major publisher offers free books on its website, more than just book nerds take notice. HarperCollins’ decision to give away some books online points to its progressive thinking in a digital age.

The Pope new book to be published by same company that published the ‘The Da Vinci Code’

The Pope’s first book, ‘Jesus of Nazareth’ will be published in the U.S. by Doubleday

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Arthur Ochs Sulzberger poses for a photo in 1992   in the New York Times boardroom. Sulzberger died ...
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger poses for a photo in 1992, in the New York Times boardroom. Sulzberger died Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012. He was 86.
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New York-based Katelan Foisy manages to balance her passions for writing  painting  publishing  and ...
New York-based Katelan Foisy manages to balance her passions for writing, painting, publishing, and spiritual advising.
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