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Hachette Chief: 'New York is No Longer a Bookstore City' - Posted March 26, 2014
Julie Bosman's disheartening NYT look at the dwindling number of Manhattan bookstores is a Dickens of a downer. In this tale of two cities, the best-times scenario has been gradually giving way to a bookworm's worst nightmare. ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Hachette Chief: 'New York is No Longer a Bookstore City' - Posted March 26, 2014
Julie Bosman's disheartening NYT look at the dwindling number of Manhattan bookstores is a Dickens of a downer. In this tale of two cities, the best-times scenario has been gradually giving way to a bookworm's worst nightmare. ... [FishbowlNY]

AAM Names CEO, NY Times Taps Midwest Correspondent - Posted March 3, 2014
The Alliance for Audited Media -- which verifies newspaper and magazine circulations -- has named a new CEO, and The New York Times is getting a new Midwest correspondent. Details are below. AAM has named Tom Drouillard its new CEO, president, and managing director. Drouillard was most recently president and CEO of... [morningmedianewsfeed]

AAM Names CEO, NY Times Taps Midwest Correspondent - Posted March 3, 2014
The Alliance for Audited Media -- which verifies newspaper and magazine circulations -- has named a new CEO, and The New York Times is getting a new Midwest correspondent. Details are below. AAM has named Tom Drouillard its new CEO, president, and managing director. Drouillard was most recently president and CEO of... [FishbowlNY]

Lessons Learned at the Brooklyn Book Festival Writing Panel - Posted September 24, 2013
At the 2013 Brooklyn Book Festival, On Such a Full Sea author Chang-Rae Lee, Stone Arabia author Dana Spiotta, and The Son author Philipp Meyer all joined a panel about writing. New York Times jour... [GalleyCat]

Osama Bin Laden Raid Book Tops Amazon Bestseller List - Posted August 24, 2012
On September 11th, Penguin's Dutton Adult is publishing a first hand account of the killing of Osama Bin Laden. The title, No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission That Killed Osama Bin Laden, was written by a member of the elite squad who killed the terrorist leader known as... [GalleyCat]

NYT Imagines a World Without Barnes & Noble - Posted January 30, 2012
In a long article about the future of Barnes & Noble, New York Times reporter Julie Bosman wrote a gloomy passage imagining a world... [GalleyCat]

Downton Abbey Poetry Reading List - Posted January 12, 2012
Do you love the mix of Edwardian drama and World War I scenes of the second season of Downton Abbey on PBS? Below, we've collected links to four free digital poet... [GalleyCat]

The New York Times To Include E-Book Best-Seller Rankings - Posted November 11, 2010
According to New York Times reporter Julie Bosman, the Times will begin to publish lists of top selling e-books in early 2011. The newspaper has printed best-seller lists since 1935 and now will acknowledge the rise of digital content with weekly rankings. NYT's editor of news surveys and election... [morningmedianewsfeed]

The New York Times To Include E-Book Best-Seller Rankings - Posted November 11, 2010
According to New York Times reporter Julie Bosman, the Times will begin to publish lists of top selling e-books in early 2011. The newspaper has printed best-seller lists since 1935 and now will acknowledge the rise of digital content with weekly rankings. NYT's editor of news surveys and election... [FishbowlNY]

Birthday Shenanigans - Posted July 14, 2009
Politico's Anne Schroeder Mullins celebrated her birthday with style, grace and a few chums of note last night. Husband ... [FishbowlDC]

Times Steals Our TVNewser - Posted June 12, 2007
Well, score one for the Gray Lady. Brian Stelter, our TVNewser blog wunderkind, is leaving the friendly confines of the mediabistro.com server farm for the New York Times. Here's the Times memo: Colleagues, You read about him on the front page... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Times Steals Our TVNewser - Posted June 12, 2007
Well, score one for the Gray Lady. Brian Stelter, our TVNewser blog wunderkind, is leaving the friendly confines of the mediabistro.com server farm for the New York Times. Here's the Times memo: Colleagues, You read about him on the front page... [FishbowlNY]

Who Spiked the Water at 1745 Broadway? - Posted June 11, 2007
It's been a very strange week for the world's largest publishing company. First we had Wednesday's surprise announcement that Crown svp and publisher Steve Ross would be moving to Collins, with ... [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]

Authors Get Filmic for Powell's - Posted March 21, 2007
The New York Times' Julie Bosman picks up on a story Shelf Awareness featured earlier this month about Powell's new series of short films featuring authors, to be shown at their bookstores, movie-premiere style. Ian McEwan is the star of the first "Out of the Book" film, which is planned to... [GalleyCat]

Branding Bellevue for Books - Posted March 1, 2007
Publishing and one of New York City's oldest medical institutions - long a punchline related to mental illness or criminal derangement - don't necessarily go together. But as the New York Times' Julie Bosman found out, Bellevue Hospital is set to launch its own i... [GalleyCat]

The Daily Show Sells Books - Who'd Have Thunk? - Posted February 26, 2007
The New York Times' Julie Bosman adopts a sense of gee-whizness in this piece about how Comedy Central's flagship satirical show brings on serious authors - and how their books sell in massive quantities thereafter. Of course, let's remember that if 1.5 million people watch the show, and if 1/10th of... [GalleyCat]

Run For President....And Write a Book - Posted February 22, 2007
It's not worth the time to make anything of how Julie Bosman's New York Times piece is pretty well covering the same territory that USA TODAY did a while back, but she did get some fun quotes relating to ... [GalleyCat]

Publisher Profits from Anna Nicole's Death - Posted February 15, 2007
Now, let me say that the headline isn't meant as condemnation, more as confirmation. In fact, when I saw Julie Bosman's New York Times piece about Barricade Books rushing a revamped version of the 1996 bio GREAT BIG BEAUTIFUL DOLL by Eric and D'Eva Redding back into print, I... [GalleyCat]

Still Waiting for George Tenet's Memoir - Posted February 13, 2007
That's the real gist of today's New York Times piece by Mark Mazetti and Julie Bosman once you get past all this talk of the former CIA chief "breaking his two-year silence" and "getting ready to return fire." But George Tenet can't do that unless he actually finishes the book: it... [GalleyCat]

Elif Shafak's Endangered Status - Posted February 12, 2007
The New York Times' Julie Bosman gets a hold of Turkish writer Elif Shafak on her one and only American stop - a tour curtailed from six cities to one as a result of the murder of Hrant Dink, a prominent Turkish newspaper editor of Armenian anc... [GalleyCat]

Can There Be Life After Harry Potter? - Posted February 2, 2007
Though Julie Bosman and Motoko Rich don't flat-out ask this question in their New York Times piece about the Harry Potter VII publication date announcement, this paragraph mid-way expresses the sentiment just as clearly:It is hard to imagine how the publishing industry will ever replace the sens... [GalleyCat]

Today in AMS: S&S Bid Rejected, Economies of Scale - Posted January 23, 2007
Buried at the end of Julie Bosman's New York Times piece about Perseus's offer to acquire the distribution contracts of Publishers Group West clients is that the federal bankruptcy court in Delaware rejected a bid by Simon & Schuster to reclaim books in Advanced Marketing Services' inventory that could be valued... [GalleyCat]

Reganbooks Dismantling: "From Day 1, we knew we could not be continuing with that name" - Posted January 18, 2007
The NYT's Julie Bosman follows up last night's breaking story with more details on the impending shutdown of ReganBooks a little more than a month after its creator, Judith Regan, was fired. Aside from the five staffers named yesterday who will move back to ... [GalleyCat]

Touchstone Tries the Contest Thing Again With Gather.com - Posted January 11, 2007
So the Sobol Awards are toast, and the winner of that "contest" won't be published by Simon & Schuster's Touchstone/Fireside imprint. But that hasn't stopped the imprint from trying again on the contest front, this time with Gather.com (which ... [GalleyCat]

Further AMS Bankruptcy Updates - Posted January 5, 2007
The New York Times finally picks up the Advanced Marketing Services bankruptcy story (what took so long?) and provides an overview of why this is big news in the publishing industry. "This is a huge disruption in this business," said a publishing executive to Julie Bosman, who declined to be further... [GalleyCat]

Tillie Olsen Dies at 94 - Posted January 4, 2007
Many literary and publishing types are paying their respects this week to Tillie Olsen, who died Monday at the age of 94. Julie Bosman's obituary of her in the New York Times points out that Olsen's short stories, books and e... [GalleyCat]

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