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semi-prose is the books podcast that’s half as serious and twice as smart as your other favourite books podcast. Join Evan, Allie, Kristina, and Max: four semi-professional readers as they explore new Canadian books through their personal histories, stores of pop culture, and readerly curiosities, before the pros – the authors themselves – join the conversation. Because when you’re done the last page, you’ve only really read the half of it.
Weekend Edition Sunday features interviews with newsmakers, artists, scientists, politicians, musicians, writers, theologians and historians.
Join WillowTree experts Billie Loewen and Billy Fischer for a deep dive into growth marketing. In each episode, Billie and Billy will discuss the latest news and topics in lifecycle marketing, chatting with a wide array of guests including WillowTree colleagues, client-partners, and industry thought leaders. Let's grow!
‘The Book People’ features people whose lives and careers revolve around books. Host Aishwarya Javalgekar chats with book editors, publicists, influencers, cover designers and innovators to gain industry insights, bust publishing myths and bond over their shared love for all things publishing! This series is brought to you by Bound, a story company.
Welcome to the Read it Forward Podcast, hosted by Senior Editor Abbe Wright. Every week, she sits down with authors to hear about their latest book, their writing process, and the books on their TBR pile. Abbe also shares what she's reading and serves up book recommendations that are sure to please. Listen along when you’re on the hunt for your next great read. It's Abbe's mission to comb her shelves to bring you the absolute best books out there.
The London Book Fair is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels. Staged annually, LBF sees more than 25,000 publishing professionals arrive in London for the week of the show to learn, network and kick off their year of business.
AuthorMBA: Conversations About Book Marketing, Publishing, Author Platforms, and Other Business Strategies for Authors
AuthorMBA features one-on-one conversations with today's brightest authors who excel at the business of books. Conversations feature insights into successful business models, revenue streams, publishing strategies, marketing know-how, author platform dos and don'ts, content essentials, career decisions, and more. Writing a good book isn't enough. Selling a good book usually isn't enough either. To thrive in the new book economy, today's most successful authors think like an entrepreneur with ...
The Asian Review of Books is the only dedicated pan-Asian book review publication. Widely quoted, referenced, republished by leading publications in Asian and beyond and with an archive of more than two thousand book reviews, the ARB also features long-format essays by leading Asian writers and thinkers, excerpts from newly-published books and reviews of arts and culture. Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/asian-review
As one of the largest antitrust trials to hit the publishing industry continues, how might the proposed merger of Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster impact the book industry and readers?By Chloe Veltman
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks with Bluu Seafood COO Chris Dammann about the company's new cultivated cell fish products - fish sticks and fish balls.By KUOW Staff
The Taliban now guard Afghanistan's national museum. The group has a poor record of preserving cultural artifacts and parts of the museum's collection are no longer on display.By Arezou Rezvani
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe asks Oklahoma state Rep. Kevin McDugle why he thinks death row inmate Richard Glossip is innocent and deserves a new trial.By KUOW Staff
Until 1974, presidents could take documents with them when they left office. Now every presidential document, from notebook doodles to top-secret security plans, belongs to the National Archives.By Greg Myre
It’s the sixteenth century, and the Ottoman Empire has just defeated the Mamluk Sultanate, conquering Damascus and Cairo, important centers of Arab learning and culture. But how did these two groups–Arabs and “Rumis”, a term used to refer to those living in Anatolia, interact? How did Arabs deal with these powerful upstarts–and how did Rumis try to…
The most powerful digital platforms are ones that effectively capture a live, real-world experience. That’s exactly what this week’s Room For Growth guest, Phil Michaelson, has done as CEO of LiveAuctioneers, a digital auction house solution for buying and selling one-of-a-kind treasures. Translating the fast and furious experience of a live auctio…
NPR's Alina Selyukh talks with Julie Ha, co-director of the documentary "Free Chol Soo Lee," about a Korean-American man's arrest for a murder he did not commit, and the effort to help him.By Alina Selyukh
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, a former Brazilian president and an icon of the Latin American left, is out of jail and leading Brazil's race for the presidency.By John Otis
Nepal has announced the results of the latest national survey, and it's good news: 355 tigers now roam the Himalayan nation — nearly triple the number in recent years.By Danielle Preiss
Families have vacationed in the Tuscan seaside resort of Punta Ala every year for generations. Families - and their domestic help - get a chance to catch up with friends from all over Italy.By Adam Raney
As the war in Ukraine grinds on, NPR's Alina Selyukh talks with Oleg Itskhoki of UCLA about the effects of sanctions on the Russian economy.By Alina Selyukh
On Wall Street, executives who want workers to return to the office are having to deal with employees who are reluctant because they're worried about crime, and thinking the city is less safe.By David Gura
NPR's Alina Selyukh speaks with Christina Farr, a principal at OMERS Ventures and former technology and health reporter, about Amazon's potential acquisition of One Medical.By Alina Selyukh
The Senate is expected to vote today on the Inflation Reduction Act, which addresses climate change and health care costs, key agenda items for President Biden and Democrats.By Franco Ordoñez
Four NPR staffers recommend new novels in an early taste of our annual Books We Love round-up: "How High We Go in the Dark," "Vladimir," "Mecca" and "The Candy House."By Summer Thomad
If there’s a country that “punches above its weight”, it’s South Korea. It’s home to some of the world’s largest and most important companies, and the source of pop culture that dominates Asia—and even planted a foothold in the West. But the country’s growth would have been astounding to those at the end of the Korean War. The Republic of Korea was…
How can a company drive growth and become a differentiator through brand positioning? Exceptional branding has the power to impact top-line KPIs, increasing revenue and customer engagement across both traditional and digital media. This week we spoke to Alvin Chow, VP of Global Brand Marketing at Hanesbrands Inc., about all things brand. Before his…
A deal for climate-related legislation boosts President Biden's legacy, but won't likely provide much help to Democrats in November's midterm elections.By Mara Liasson
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks with actress Amber Midthunder about "Prey," the new sci-fi film in the Predator franchise in which she stars.By KUOW Staff
According to memes circulating on the internet, today is when George Jetson was born. He was the father in the 1960s television series "The Jetsons," set in what was then the future.By KUOW Staff
Ukraine says it is ready to resume grain shipments from its southern ports that stopped with the onset of the war with Russia. The grain could alleviate a global food shortage.By Joanna Kakissis
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks with Hadi and Zeek Alrayes of Cape Coral, Florida, who have seen their electric bills at their ice cream shop double over the past year.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks with Steve Rosenthal of the Urban Institute about a tax loophole that allows hedge fund and private equity managers to pay a lower tax rate than middle-income Americans.By KUOW Staff