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New Republic Hires NYU Grad

Josephine Livingstone starts Jan. 3 as a staff writer covering culture.

‘No Man’s Land’ Leads iBooks Bestsellers List

No Man’s Land by David Baldacci leads the iBooks Bestsellers List this week. Apple has released the list of Bestselling iBooks from the week of 12/4/16. The Whistler by John Grisham is No. 2 on the list and Night School by Lee Child is No. 3 on the list. We have the entire list for you after the jump. iBooks Bestseller List Week Ending 12/4/16 1. No...

Gene Luen Yang Declares That Comics Belong in School in a TED Talk

Gene Luen Yang gave a talk at the 2016 TEDxManhattanBeach conference.

Ana Steele and Christian Grey Reunite in the New Fifty Shades Darker Trailer

The story for this film adaptation comes from the second installment of EL James’ infamous erotica series.

ABRAMS to Discontinue Publishing Bad Little Children’s Books

Shortly after the September 2016 release of Bad Little Children’s Books, several commentators cried out on social media that they found the content to be highly offensive.

Stan Lee Launches a Subscription Box

The former chairman and president of Marvel Comics will serve as the curator for these boxes.

Cover Revealed For Jonathan Sun’s ‘Aliebn’ Book

Harper Perennial has scheduled the release date for June 27, 2017.

Count Olaf Chases the Baudelaire Kids in the New Series of Unfortunate Events Trailer

The eight episodes of season one will be posted online on January 13, 2017 (Friday the 13th).

Executives Share Favorite Books on Facebook

Facebook is running a campaign this week in which well-known business executives are sharing their favorite books.

How I Transitioned from Editorial Assistant to a Leadership Role in Social Media

Long gone are the days when social media was used purely for entertainment purposes. Sure, there are folks who still love nothing more than to fill up their Facebook page with GIFs of dancing kittens, but more often than not, users are...Show More Summary

Kia Corthron Wins 2016 Center for Fiction Prize

Kia Corthron has won the 2016 Center for Fiction First Novel Prize for her novel, The Castle Cross the Magnet Carter (Seven Stories Press).

Pushing to kill regulations (and weaken fair use), the newspaper lobby is asking Trump for change

President-elect Trump and journalists may be at odds with each other on most fronts these days, but there’s one area where the new administration and the newspaper industry appear to agree: They both think there are regulations that need elimination. Late last month, the News Media Alliance (née the Newspaper Association of America) sent the incoming...

Indie Bookstore Book Court is Closing

Brooklyn indie bookstore BookCourt is closing after 35 years in business.

(VIDEO) Half Of TV Ads Could Be Addressable, GroupM's Nielsen Thinks

LONDON -- About 42% of US homes are now able to receive so-called "addressable advertising" - TV ads custom-targeted at individual homes thanks to one of a variety of return-path TV systems. But how much of the multi-billion-dollar TV...Show More Summary

Two new polls try to see how Americans are dealing with fake news (Answer: Not very well!)

Two new polls are trying to shed light on how Americans view and respond to fake news. Not surprisingly, the results of both reveal how incredibly far this problem is from being solved. Ipsos Public Affairs conducted a survey of 3,015 U.S. adults for BuzzFeed News. Some of the findings suggest that fake news is...

(VIDEO) For Comcast, Better Data Will Monetize Long-Tail Ads And Attract National DR Dollars

MIAMI - Some people are anxious because addressable television ads represent a mere one percent or so of total TV spending. Then there's Andrew Ward, who suggests that everyone take a step back and consider how far things have come in...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) IP Delivery Means Smarter Targeting, Reduced Ad Loads: Fox's Marchese

Letting consumers opt in to engage with digital commercials in lieu of seeing a full pod of them is just "the tip of the spear" in the quest to replace frequency based advertising, says Fox Networks' Joe Marchese. "This is where we'd like to end up. Show More Summary

CultureZohn: Anniversary presents for a changing Media

Gala Eduard Dali, by Max Ernst, 1924, Metropolitan Museum of Art Yesterday was the 11th anniversary of the Culture Zohn at the Huffington Post. In one decade, Huffpost has gone from new media to old media. When I first began blogging, friends in then old media, e.g. Show More Summary

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