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8 Bookish Podcasts You Need To Listen To

photo credit By Josie Urwin, Publicist   One of the perks of BEA (which took place in NYC last week) is having a chance to catch up with all your bookish pals across the industry and learn about what’s going … Continue reading

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What to Do When You Can’t Finish a Book

photo credit By Adrienne Fontaine, Senior Publicist   I’m in a lull. The last book that I read in its entirety was Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Lowland, which I highly recommend. Since then, I’ve been stuck on page 384 of Remembrance … Continue reading

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Video’s Failed Assassination Attempt on the Radio Star

photo credit By Emily Labes, Associate Publicist   It seems that every time there is some major technological advancement in broadcast media, there’s always that one guy who pipes up and says: “I’m curious to see how this [insert catchy … Continue reading

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What Does the Success of ‘Serial’ Mean for the Future of Traditional Radio?

photo credit By Nicole Martineau, Publicist   Podcasts have been around for years, but none in recent memory have been able to generate as much buzz as Serial, a record-breaking nonfiction crime drama created and brilliantly hosted by This American … Continue reading

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