Penguin Press Expands with Mobley Appointment
- Talking books. Gebbels, Tim // Contemporary Review;Nov95, Vol. 267 Issue 1558, p242
Presents information on publishing in the 1990s. Highlights Penguin Books and its audiobook publishing operation; Comments from publishing manager Jan Paterson.
- Alpha Books Moving to Penguin. // Publishers Weekly;9/2/2002, Vol. 249 Issue 35, p10
Reports on the transition of Alpha Books from Pearson Technology Group to Penguin Putnam, as of September 2002. Target date for the completion of the transition.
- Changes on the Children's Scene. Eccleshare, Julia // Publishers Weekly;2/28/2005, Vol. 252 Issue 9, pS18
Discusses plans for business growth by the management of publishing houses for children's literature in Great Britain. Celebration held by Random House Children's Books for the sales performance of books by author Jacqueline Wilson; Appointment of executive Elaine McQuade at Puffin; Addition of...
- Publishers Join the Digital File Race. Deahl, Rachel // Publishers Weekly;3/19/2007, Vol. 254 Issue 12, p4
The article reports on the plans of major publishers in the U.S. related to digital media. Hachette is currently talking to outside companies about building its digital warehouse. Holtzbrinck Publishers USA is working internally with the India-based ICC Macmillan to build its own privately...
- Untitled. // Design Week;3/13/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p6
Reports on design firm Equals' creation of the 2003 brochure and marketing materials for children's book publisher Puffin Corp. Use of the concept of 'Puffin Rock' as basis for the design work; Description of the brochure cover.
- Penguin follows HarperCollins' Lead, Launches Speakers Bureau. // Book Publishing Report;6/26/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 24, p4
The article reports on the decision of Penguin Group USA Inc. to launch its Penguin Speakers Bureau in the U.S. Jacqueline Fischetti will serve as director of the Penguin Speakers Bureau. Fischetti has said that books will be sold at most of the speaking engagements. The traditional books...
- ALAN GREENSPAN. // Entertainment Weekly;3/24/2006, Issue 869, p72
Reports that former U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan is collecting a reported $8.5 million for his memoir, which Penguin Press plans to publish in 2007.
- Puffin's TV spot is unlikely to begin a new publishing trend. White, Jeremy // Campaign (UK);4/13/2001, Issue 15, p24
Describes the television advertising of book publisher Puffin. Implications for book industry; Influence of budget on use of television advertising to improve sales of a publisher; Advantages and disadvantages of television campaigns.
- What Becomes a Classic Most? Nelson, Sara // Publishers Weekly;8/8/2005, Vol. 252 Issue 31, p15
Comments on the plans of Penguin Group for a paperback imprint called Essential Editions which will be released in the U.S. in September 2005. Books included in the Essential Editions; Criticisms on the paperback imprint; Price of the books.