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Femi Makinde, Osogbo. The Publisher of the Nigerian News Direct Newspaper, Dr. Samuel Ibiyemi, and a former Political Editor of the Nigerian Tribune, Mr. Olawale Rasheed, have shown their interest in contesting the governorship election in Osun State in order to succeed the incumbent Governor ... journalist

"We're seeing premium publishers become a much bigger portion of our network over time." But they have a common goal: Entice the more premium publishers that Outbrain and Taboola once tempted with large checks. For years, the two companies built their market share through publisher ...
Technological advances in printing have helped small book publishers. "Amazon's printing division, called CreateSpace, just opened up publishing on a do-it-yourself level," said Shaw. Printing a book on a traditional printing press is cost-effective only with a large quantity. Digital printing services ...
Still, Martin Lewis's case is a reminder that Facebook isn't just a thorn in the side of news publishers, but also of law-abiding individuals who are taken in by duff content, or whose reputations are besmirched by them. In the final analysis, Zuckerberg and his executives need to get a grip before the ...

Booksellers, publishers, librarians, and agents are encouraged to look at the 82 self-published titles below. Each appears with a list of retailers that are selling the book and a description provided by its author. Some of these writers are waiting to be discovered; others have track records and followings ...
NEW YORK (AP) - The publisher of an investigative book on blood testing startup Theranos has moved up the release date from October to this spring. "Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup" was written by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist John Carreyrou, who in The Wall Street Journal first ... Facebook scientists copyright
“For way too long, publishers were dependent on social platforms to give their end users access to the interactive mobile web experience they had come to expect,” said David Kashak, CEO of Connatix. “The problem with this structure is that these walled gardens siphoned all of the ad revenue and data. Facebook scientists copyright
New York Media, the publisher New York Magazine, Vulture, and the Cut, has acquired comedy-news site Splitsider from the Awl Network. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed. New York Media will merge Splitsider, which launched in 2010, into as part of a new comedy section expected to ... Facebook scientists copyright
A few years ago, every publisher wanted to manage their own Hadoop cluster. Many publishers and ad tech companies leaped at the chance to manage data themselves but soon became overwhelmed with the costs and complexity of managing and growing their Hadoop configurations to keep data safe ... Facebook scientists copyright
But when it comes to third-party websites and apps that use Google's ad technology to sell ads, the tech giant wants those publishers to be responsible for obtaining consent. Google's new policy could add further confusion to a compliance process for publishers that is already very complicated. Facebook scientists copyright
The tech platforms don't support publishers in the digital age so much as they compete with them. On the basis that publishers' fundamental currency is attention, Google and Facebook have done this far better than any publisher. Likewise, even multi-million-dollar journalism initiatives are barely a spending blip for the tech ... Facebook scientists copyright
But the beauty- and wellness-focused publisher surveys its readers about products at the behest of its largest advertisers. Plantan said the moderators tell readers when those discussions will be shared with brands. Because group members tend to be highly engaged readers, publishers also see groups as ... Facebook scientists copyright
News publishers have been dubious about personalizing their editorial content in the past. But now that they're embracing loyalty metrics and trying to grow subscription revenue, they're giving personalization a new look. The New York Times is considering testing personalizing its pages based on factors ... Facebook scientists copyright
I was carpooling a pair of 10-years-olds from soccer practice the other night when the subject of news and newspapers came up. The conversation headed into a diatribe about why anyone would buy a newspaper when you can just get all your news on your phone for free. It's hard not to be offended, but ... Facebook scientists copyright

A quarter of a century ago, Kristi Parker was tired of living up to other people's expectations. She was an oil and gas accountant who yearned to live another life — one that didn't include having to wear dresses to work. She wanted to fall in love with whom she wanted, bring people together through stories ... Facebook scientists copyright
Representatives from several publishing entities will answer questions from prospective authors at the fourth annual Meet the Publishers event. The free event will be 6 p.m. Thursday, March 15, at the Martin Regional Library, 2601 S. Garnett Road. It is sponsored by Designing the World with Words and the ... Facebook scientists copyright
Fewer major publishers of premium digital content now believe display advertising on its own can cover the cost of producing quality content, let alone bring a profit. The reality that premium content is expensive to produce, combined with cluttered ad experiences that drive readers away, has forced ... Facebook scientists copyright
Sherman Alexie at Indigenous Peoples' Day at Seattle's City Hall on Oct. 10, 2016. The paperback edition of his memoir "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" has been delayed following allegations of sexual harassment. He has issued a statement acknowledging wrongdoing. (Elaine Thompson ... Facebook scientists copyright
Data from, which tracks visits to more than 2,500 publisher sites, shows that ahead of the 2016 US presidential election, more than 40 percent of traffic to those sites came from Facebook. By the end of 2017, Facebook accounted for less than 26 percent of traffic to those publishers. That trend will ... Facebook scientists copyright
The big shift last year in terms of referral traffic was Facebook declining as a source of traffic for publishers while Google surpassed it. ... With Pincodes, Pinterest gets more exposure for its brand in the pages of magazines and elsewhere, and the publisher gets to provide its readers with another utility. Facebook scientists copyright
No news story was too small for Roy Herburger. Family reunions, jump rope contests, parades, school board meetings – Herburger was always there, camera strapped around his neck. The longtime publisher of the Elk Grove Citizen and Galt Herald died Sunday at age 87 after a long battle with ... Facebook scientists copyright
PW “All Access” site license members have access to PW's subscriber-only website content. Simply close and relaunch your preferred browser to log-in. To find out more about PW's site license subscription options please email: If you have questions or need assistance setting up your ... Facebook scientists copyright
O.J. Simpson allegedly confessed to the 1994 murders of Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ron Goldman, the publisher of his 2006 book about the killings claims in a new TV special. Twelve years ago, Simpson sat down with former HarperCollins publisher Judith Regan for an interview to promote the ... Facebook scientists copyright
It's been a rocky year in Facebook and publisher relations, but the social network has a new — very blunt — message for struggling publishers: it's probably your fault. Speaking at a panel at South by Southwest, Facebook's head of news products, Alex Hardiman, had some strong words for critics who say ... Facebook scientists copyright
Hardiman denied that its recent algorithm shifts are solely responsible for driving publishers out of business. Digital publisher LittleThings shut down at the end of February and cited Facebook's algorithm changes as a main cause of its closure. Hardiman said publishers who blame Facebook for their issues ... Facebook scientists copyright
BEIJING (REUTERS) - China on Friday (March 9) rejected a Swedish complaint that it did not allow a Swedish doctor to see a detained Swedish book publisher, saying he had requested not to see the doctor. Gui Minhai, a Hong Kong-based, Swedish publisher of books critical of China's leaders, was ... Facebook scientists copyright
EA has announced that it's opening up its Origin Access PC gaming subscription service to other publishers, with games from Warner Bros. ... If EA can establish itself as a Netflix-esque one-stop shop for PC gaming needs (including a massive, cross-publisher library), it could be just the thing to bring Origin ... Facebook scientists copyright
Google's AMP project is not uncontroversial. Users often love it because it makes mobile sites load almost instantly. Publishers often hate it because they feel like they are giving Google too much control in return for better placement on its search pages. Now Google proposes to bring some of the lessons it ... Facebook scientists copyright
Publishers rejected her, Christians attacked her: The deep faith of 'A Wrinkle in Time' author Madeleine L'Engle. Publishers rejected her, Christians ... It took 26 publisher rejections before Madeleine L'Engle could finally get “A Wrinkle in Time” into print in 1962. The book was an instant hit, winning the ... Facebook scientists copyright
At the Digiday Publishing Summit Europe last month in Monaco, we sat down with over 80 European publishing executives to learn more about how publishers are adapting their strategies to Facebook's news feed algorithm change. Check out our earlier research on the video platform publishers are ... Facebook scientists copyright
During a publishing career that covers more than four decades, Mr. Galassi, 68, the publisher of Farrar, Straus & Giroux, has often been hailed as one of the last living specimens of a dying breed of scholarly, old-fashioned publishing executives. A translator and poet who studied at Harvard with Robert ... Facebook scientists copyright
Over the past year, a media partnerships team of four has ramped up efforts to bind publisher content and Reddit users closer together. It has rolled out new features, including profile pages and native video hosting. It has also stepped up efforts to work with publishers on content-focused initiatives both on ... Facebook scientists copyright
A new proposal would grant publishers an antitrust exemption to seek concessions from tech giants, who dominate online advertising. .... “The challenge has been that no one publisher working with these online platforms has meaningful leverage in the face of their overwhelming market dominance,” she ... Facebook scientists copyright
In turn, McAnally lists Big Loud among a handful of indie publishers that inspired his own company's growth. The building, coupled with the ACM nominations and the stability afforded by Osborne and Baum, finally has McAnally breathing a little easier about the unpredictable road he chose. "I've enjoyed ... Facebook scientists copyright
The Adams Publishing Group Monday named Travis Quast as the regional president and publisher of the company's eastern Idaho publications including the Idaho State Journal in Pocatello, The Post Register in Idaho Falls, The Standard Journal in Rexburg and the Teton Valley News in Driggs. Quast will ... Facebook scientists copyright
As social platforms like Facebook and Twitter get bigger, so do their problems. One of the most urgent challenges platforms now face is balancing the quality of content they host with their commitment to providing a platform for everyone: From solving the spread of misinformation, to addressing harassment ... Facebook scientists copyright
And, though numerous publishers are rethinking their digital distribution strategies (or going out of business) in light of Facebook's algorithm change, which deprioritized content from brands and publishers in the news feed, Guelton said SheKnows was not impacted. Facebook's percentage share of its ... Facebook scientists copyright
The month had just ended, and Facebook's January news-feed change to prioritize user posts had taken its toll on viral publishers. Attn has become a top video producer on Facebook with 222 million views in January, per Tubular Labs, being named the No. 1 social publisher in 2016 by Newswhip for its ... Facebook scientists copyright
His first job was at the Albany Enterprise, and before long he was publisher of the Grant County Herald. In 1988 he became the ... He was among the first publishers to bring electronic printing and publishing to rural Minnesota, and he was instrumental in bringing internet service to Sauk Centre. He was ... Facebook scientists copyright
One proposed scenario for how to keep news readily available, suggested by a participant from the advertising industry, was having publishers provide two tiers of content: 1) free content supported by brand partnerships and 2) premium content that people pay for. A publisher participant said they were ... Facebook scientists copyright
The Outline drew these conclusions after analyzing the Facebook engagement data of 20 publishers from March 5, 2017 to February 28, 2018. Research tool BuzzSumo measures Facebook engagement by adding up the total number of likes, shares, and comments received per post made by a publisher ... Facebook scientists copyright
“Once everyone in the publishing house was paid, publishers' shareholders received up to three times the amount paid to authors. And authors still had to pay their own expenses and agents,” wrote Solomon, acknowledging that while “publishers may contest these numbers … we cannot break down these ... Facebook scientists copyright
In our view, the publisher of a journal retracting a paper for research malpractice should be obliged to alert other journals that have published papers by the same authors. In egregious cases, such as those involving data fabrication, those journals' editors should be required to audit the papers. ...
He has had hands-on experience in all aspects of the business beginning as a sales rep and working his way up to publisher with a Multimedia paper in Prattville, Alabama, before accepting a partnership in an independent paper in Mississippi. He returned to Prattville in 1989 and opened The Autauga ...
It suits tech giants to say they're operating a platform, rather than a publisher - but for how much longer? Conor Brophy. By Conor Brophy Feb 18, 2018. Share this article: What's the difference between a platform and a publisher? The cynical answer might be that publishers bear all the cost and platforms ...
Selling and shipping for 125 other publishers breaks even but helps cover fixed costs. Then there's trade (history, biography, hiking and fishing); the lucrative textbooks; and, finally, the academic and scholarly books popular with libraries. The company sells so many hiking books that it employs two full-time ...
In fact, Marvel Comics is one of the core components of the "Comicsgate" contingent's concerns, as the publisher has been largely open about its sales troubles in the last few years. One of the company's SVPs made waves last year when he claimed part of the problem was that audiences don't want to buy ...


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