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GalleyCat for Your Ears

Podcast host and TVNewser blogger Steve Krakauer retired from the mediabistro.com Morning Media Menu podcast this morning. GalleyCat editor Jason Boog will be stepping into Krakauer’s big pair of shoes on Monday morning.

If you are a journalist, writer, blogger, media-type, publicist, or book-lover who wants to appear on the show, there’s a wide-open guest calendar for the next few months. Topics will range from media news to publishing to newspapers to movies to magazines to culture to television, and, perhaps most importantly, books. Email Jason for more details.

Here’s more on Krakauer’s last show: “Mediabistro.com editorial director Rebecca Fox and AgencySpy editor Matt Van Hoven helped send off Steve with some discussion about The New York Times‘s Bill Keller reporting from the frontlines of Iran and a reliving of the time Rush Limbaugh gave a shout out to the podcast. Also: what Steve has learned since launching the podcast a few months ago and some love lockdown.”

GalleyCat Radio

blogtalk2.jpgGalleyCat editor Jason Boog appeared on MediaBistro’s Morning Media Menu podcast today, chatting about Scribd, style, and Kindle pricing.

Tune in at this link, and stay tuned. Next week the show will feature Chris Hansen, the host of NBC’s “To Catch a Predator” show.

Here’s more from the podcast: “We’ll take a look at some of the biggest publishing stories from the newsfeed today. First, how is the AP Stylebook changing? (Yes, Twitter.) Also, how do authors adjust to the new Kindle world. Other stories: Is it time to sell Time Inc., what happens when authors and poets take over a newspaper and What We Learned This Week?”

Customized Recessionary BEA Coverage

bealogo.jpgBookExpo America hits New York City next week, and GalleyCat editors Ron Hogan and Jason Boog will both be reporting from the convention floor, workshops, and parties all week.

However, we also understand that this is a BEA in the middle of recession–not everyone who wants to attend the conference will be able to attend this year. GalleyCat can help with customized BEA coverage.

Check out the BEA schedule–if you are missing the conference this year but want to follow an event, feel free to email GalleyCat. We’ll do our best to cover the most popular events and bring you the stories and videos you want to see.

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