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Roll Call: Hill+Knowlton Strategies, Republica, Vox Media, and More - Posted September 7, 2012
Hill+Knowlton Strategies has named Amy Rosenberg executive vice president and U.S. director of media relations. She will be based in the New York office, and will be responsible for providing clients with high-level strategic communications counsel as well as developing and leading media relations programs to meet client objectives. She will... [PRNewser]

Instapaper Surprisingly Available for Android | Foursquare Redesign to Launch Thursday | Square Doubles Retail Presence - Posted June 5, 2012
 Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. ... [SocialTimes.com]

Jamie Raab Interview Sparks eBook Royalty Debate - Posted February 1, 2012
GalleyCat contributor Jeff Rivera interviewed Grand Central publisher Jamie Raab for mediabistro.com's So What Do You Do? feature today. In the interview, Raab (pictured, ... [GalleyCat]

Chelsea Handler to Helm Grand Central Imprint - Posted November 16, 2010
Bestselling memoirist and TV host Chelsea Handler will launch a new imprint at Hachette'... [GalleyCat]

Rosie Complains About Publisher Typos - Posted September 7, 2007
Okay, when there are mistakes on the hardcover jacket, misspellings and such, it does kind of suck and make everybody look bad. But Rosie O'Donnell's tongue-lashing of Grand Central Publishing, as reported by Access Hollywood, seems just a bit over the top. "So i just... [GalleyCat]

No Chance of Evanovich/Cannell Collaboration - Posted July 16, 2007
When Warner Books - now, of course, known to one and all as Grand Central Publishing - first announced that Janet Evanovich and Stephen Cannell would be joining forces for a new series, it did so ... [GalleyCat]

Random House Revolving Door Widens Editorial and Marketing/Distribution Dichotomy - Posted June 18, 2007
Last week's post about Daniel Menaker's exit and the larger implications for Random House served as unwitting inspiration for Sara Nelson's column in this week's issue of Publishers Weekly. After recapping what she terms (and I concur is) a "stunning" number of job sw... [GalleyCat]

Warner Rebrands Business Imprint as Business Plus - Posted May 22, 2007
PW Daily reports that Grand Central Publishing division will rename its Warner Business imprint Business Plus, with the new name appearing on titles this September. The imprint will work in tandem with Hachette's UK subsidiary, Hodder Headline, to give Business Plus a more international scope and "develop joint acquisition strategies and... [GalleyCat]

Oliver Joins Endeavor Book Division - Posted May 9, 2007
PW Daily reports that Rebecca Oliver, last with Grand Central Publishing, has joined Endeavor's New York book division as a literary agent. She will oversee foreign and domestic subsidiary rights and work alongside Richard Abate, who recently created the agency's East Coast book division. Oliver had been at Grand Central Publishing... [GalleyCat]

Warner Books Morphs into Grand Central Publishing - Posted March 26, 2007
The New York Times' Julie Bosman has the scoop on the long-awaited name change for Warner Books: as of now (with an official launch at Book Expo in early June) the Hachette imprint will be known as Grand Central Publishing - a move happening ... [GalleyCat]

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