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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.