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News Aggregator App Spun Partners With Thrillist & Expands Categories - Posted May 31, 2013
Spun, a news aggregating app from Broadcastr (the guys behind electric literature), has partnered with the lifestyle blog network Thrillist as part of its Version 2.0 release. The Spun... [FishbowlDC]

Broadcastr App Merges Storytelling And Location Based Social Networking - Posted February 28, 2011
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Broadcastr Debuts at the eBook Summit - Posted December 16, 2010
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Andy Hunter on iPad Publishing - Posted November 30, 2010
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eBook Summit Speakers Featured in NY Times & Publishers Weekly - Posted October 25, 2010
Two eBook Summit speakers were featured in The New York Times and Publishers Weekly today. Electric Literature founders ... [GalleyCat]

Tin House-gate - Posted July 7, 2010
Last week, we posted about a new rule at Tin House Books and Tin House magazine--the literary site now requires that all unsolicited submissions include a receipt from a bookstore. The controversial policy generated hundreds of comments at the... [GalleyCat]

French-American Foundation Celebrates Rick Moody - Posted February 25, 2010
Earlier this month, the American and French publishing industries came together at the Libertine restaurant in New York City to celebrate author Rick Moody. The French-American Foundation hosted the reception, the conclusion of a publishing summit for French and American publishers. The party featured a cast of litera... [GalleyCat]

The Future of Free Books - Posted December 16, 2009
In the an afternoon session at mediabistro.com's eBook Summit yesterday, three new media literary pioneers debated the recent trend of offering free content online. Electric Lit founders Scott Lindenbau... [GalleyCat]

Be Not E-fraid - Posted November 20, 2009
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Literary Journal Pays Contributors $1,000 - Posted July 17, 2009
In a Flavorpill interview, the editors of a new journal explained how they manage to pay contributors $1,000 for a story in this difficult economy. Electric Literature co-publisher Scot... [GalleyCat]

POD Literary Journal - Posted July 2, 2009
The brand new literary journal, Electric Literature, combines old and new media distribution models in a new kind of product. The magazine will be published as a digital text, with a print-on-demand option for readers looking for paper copies of the journal. In addition, the journal can be purchased as an e-book,... [GalleyCat]

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