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Miami Herald distributed racist insert for a year; Egyptian journalist arrested for “fake news”; CEO of Macmillan quits; Amazon’s new “luxury stores” are invitation only (yawn); And, you can’t post reviews on Amazon unless you spend a certain amount of $$ there.
Publisher sues Lindsay Lohan; Journalist jailed for covering trial about homeschooling; B&N wins lawsuit because “press release was not substantially true;” Amazon deletes 20K product ratings over fake reviews; Christmas book sales expected to be WAY UP!; Pakistani Christian sentenced to death for ‘blasphemous texts’
THIS product on Amazon MUST be outlawed!; Publisher sued for “poor-quality work”; BuzzFeed loses lawsuit after removing copyright info from photographer’s image; Court says Sarah Palin can sue the NYT; Political groups funding “media outlets”; Scammers impersonating major publishing houses
Childish Journalist Trashes Nick Sandmann; S.I. CEO Out; Mormon Angel on Catholic Publication Causes Reaction; Bible Sales Down but Bible App Sales UP!
Publishing Leaders Warn about Amazon’s Power; Chinese Publishing Struggling; Media Advertising Battles; Social Media Libel Protections; Company Launches Celebrity Book Clubs;
After undercutting them, Amazon to teach third party sellers how to “succeed”; Amazon drivers laid off even as that business grows; Newspaper offices permanently switching to “work from home”