As you may or may not have heard, this GalleyCat editor will now be working full-time at mediabistro.com. He will continue editing this site along with senior editor Ron Hogan and correspondent Jeff Rivera–working to build a stronger site and jump start some new projects.
Here’s more about the job from the LA Times: “Mediabistro is known for offering classes to journalists and wannabe journos, and now it will create a similar smattering of classes for publishing professionals and authors. Two things Jason Boog mentioned to Jacket Copy are helping people learn how to get books formatted for the Kindle and a class on iPhone apps. And odds are that something marketing-ish — say, using Facebook, Twitter or the social networking platform of the future — will be available too.”
We are grateful for your support over these last few years, and look forward to working with you in the future. With this new position, we can follow more leads, increase publishing curriculum and partnerships, and help shape the eBook Summit next month. Email us at jason [at] mediabistro [dot] com or write us on Twitter–send your tips, suggests, requests, and hopes for future GalleyCat projects.
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