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Book Publishing

Two new unique book projects from Quartz and Jordi Savall

‘The Objects that Power the Global Economy’ is the first book from the Atlantic

AAP StatShot: August member sales revenue flat, eBook revenue down 7.1%

Downloaded audio continues strong month, with revenues up 27.6 percent in August 2017 Washington, DC

Same store sales decline blamed for Q2 ’18 loss at Barnes & Noble

Lack of wizards also blamed as B&N goes up against sales from last year

Magazines

GOAL!: FourFourTwo and Haymarket Media team up on pilot issue of football magazine for young readers

The pilot issue will be bagged free with the January edition of FourFourTwo magazine,

Publisher of Linux Journal says November was its last issue

Most computer and software magazines have long since been shuttering or moved to digital-only

Time Inc. sells Sunset magazine to LA-based private equity firm

Despite the announced sale to Meredith, Time Inc. is moving forward with its announced

Newspapers

TC Media sells 12 newspapers to Groupe Lexis Media Inc.

With this transaction, 60% of the publications included in the sale process of TC

New owner of the Boston Herald buys into market cheaply and without pension liabilities

GateHouse Media deal still needs court approval, but the deal at $4.5 million is

Boston Herald files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, plans to sell to GateHouse Media

The daily is one of America’s oldest, first founded in 1846, once owned by

People

Aaron Boyd joins Nextgov as Senior Editor for Technology and Events, Government Executive Media Group

Boyd was previously with Sightline Media Group, where he founded the company’s federally focused

The Washington Post announce series of year-end hires, raid WSJ

The announced three new hires today: Paul Sonne joins national desk as Pentagon correspondent;

Andrew Roth named Guardian’s Moscow bureau chief, Lily Kuo named Beijing bureau chief

Most recently Roth was a reporter in the Washington Post’s Moscow burea, and previously

Technology

Digital’s tech is cutting edge, but the old financial model must go

All this week TNM is featuring guest columns reviewing the 2017 year in digital

FCC votes 3-2 to kill off net neutrality, possibly ending the open Internet era in the US

The party line vote is a direct consequence of last fall’s presidential election, and

Apple releases the new, very powerful iMac Pro, the perfect machine in the age of Trump

Starting at $4,999, one can spec the machine up to over $13K, not a