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Norpac draws ire of publishing industry over paper tariffs

The U.S. Commerce Department’s decision last month to slap tariffs on Canadian papermakers has thrust Norpac’s Longview paper mill into the national spotlight. The mill — and its New York-based hedge ... read more

Norpac draws publishing industry ire

LONGVIEW — The U.S. Commerce Department’s decision last month to slap tariffs on Canadian papermakers has thrust Norpac’s Longview paper mill into the national spotlight. The mill — and its New York-b... read more

Panel draws ire by asking ISPs to block pirated manga sites

According to the Content Overseas Distribution Association, the three named sites have caused around 400 billion yen ($3.7 billion) in damage to the publishing industry. One of the sites opened in 201... read more

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22 predictions for social media in 2019

I realize there are a few days left in the year, but the content industry is already well into its cycle of ... There may be a bonus issue or two — I have a few stories publishing before the end of th... read more


Tronc’s Deep Cuts at NY Daily News Draw Ire of Staffers, Politicians

Tronc’s efforts to whittle the Daily News into something extremely lean and profitable by default mirrors what it had started to do with The Los Angeles Times, which was rescued only weeks ago through ... read more

Explaining Australia’s Fair Use Publishing Conundrum

Many in the publishing industry, both in Australia and overseas ... recent copyright reviews in the UK and Ireland have also expressed support for fair use. Fair use principles underpin the business m... read more

Trump helping make book sales great again

Is Donald Trump turning into the savior of the book publishing world? As of Tuesday ... Isikoff and Corn did not seem to draw the same ire from the commander-in-chief and quickly tumbled from No. 1. T... read more

Your Plane Tickets Just Got More Expensive

The top U.S. airlines said Tuesday that they have raised fares in the first industrywide hike since June, moves that may offset increasing labor costs but draw the ire of customers. The price hike com... read more

Confident that Man Booker Prize is selecting the best fiction from what is submitted: Literary Director Gaby Wood (Part 1 of 2) (IANS Interview)

Of the 13 novels longlisted for this year's Man Booker Prize, six writers hailed from the UK, three from the US and two each from Ireland and Canada ... Wood shared that senior figures in the UK publi... read more

Tomi Ungerer: Return of the Repressed

“I’m a mixed bag and a jack of all trades,” the artist Tomi Ungerer said during ... The youth-publishing crowd got wind of his BDSM–rich books in the late 1960s, and his career in the industry evapora... read more

Confident that Man Booker Prize is selecting the best fiction from what is submitted: Literary Director Gaby Wood

New Delhi, Nov 1 (IANS) Of the 13 novels longlisted for this year's Man Booker Prize, six writers hailed from the UK, three from the US and two each from Ireland and Canada ... that senior figures in ... read more

Storytelling Competition from Film and Television: What Can Publishers Do?

Publishing’s traditional position as society’s main storytelling industry may be in jeopardy ... and was hosted by Byte the Book’s Hermione Ireland and Justine Solomons. The conversation, moderated by ... read more



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