Archive | November, 2007

BTB #33: Reporting Iraq Part II

In today’s program we present the second part of a three part series from the Miami Book Fair International on Reporting Iraq (published earlier this month by Melville House). The panelists include Jane Arraf, a freelance NBC News correspondent, Mike Hoyt, the executive editor of Columbia Journalism Review, and Colonel Daniel Baggio, Chief of Army […]

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BTB #32: Reporting Iraq

In today’s program we present the first part of a three part series from the Miami Book Fair International on Reporting Iraq (published earlier this month by Melville House). “Some of the most interesting things that war correspondents see and do don’t make it into the newspapers. At this event, we’ll get to hear about […]

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BTB #31: Copyright Do’s and Don’ts

In today’s program, we present an excerpt from Copyright Do’s and Don’ts presented at the 2007 American Medical Writers Association Annual Conference by Christopher Kenneally and Dru Zuretti of Copyright Clearance Center. With electronic publishing outpacing print as the preferred source of information for researchers, applying the rules of copyright can be quite challenging. For […]

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Upcoming Seminar: Reporting Iraq

Beyond the Book’s Christopher Kenneally will hosts a panel discussion at this year’s 2007 Miami Book Fair International on Reporting Iraq (published earlier this month by Melville House) on Saturday November 10th, 4:30 p.m., at Dade College, Wolfson Campus (Room 7174-75). Scheduled panelists include Jane Arraf, a freelance NBC News correspondent, Mike Hoyt, the executive […]

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Upcoming Seminar: New Models for New (and Gently Used) Content

Do value-added features add revenue? Can aggregating and mashing create wholly new products? Will print advertising dollars move online? This half-day session, New Business Models for New (and Gently Used) Content, will explore how a broad range of educational, commercial, and scholarly publishers are capturing the “long tail” of their markets with innovative business models. […]

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