Journalism 101_exam 2 notes

Journalism 101_exam 2 notes - Journalism 101 -Publishers...

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Journalism 101 25/09/2007 07:32:00 -Publishers Electronic books “publish on demand” - Authors The people who write the book Mid-list authors o Books a little harder to find o Many books have limited promotion - Booksellers Distributors Major booksellers o o Independents- going through a decline o Book clubs- reprinted inexpensive copies of books Selling books on the internet o Amazon.com Doesn’t matter how hard to find a book is, they have it Can stear you towards long tail books Suggests books you wouldn’t normally read Marketing partnerships
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In a review, they cite amazon.com for selling and the  person citing gets a kick-back - Great books vs. popular books Nathaniel Hawthorne vs/ the “Scribblers” Stephen King o Makes fun of literary books without a story o Published a few books under pen-name to see if it was his name that  sold, or the story o Had 4 books on the list o Childrens books stay on list much longer Led to Childrens Best Seller list - Books and Censorship Not much in U.S. Can pull books from reading lists, childrens sections, etc. - Threats against authors
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