Random House Still on Top of NYT Advice List
- Random's open house. Weiler, Derek // Quill & Quire;Aug2001, Vol. 67 Issue 8, p4
Focuses on the simulated sales conference for booksellers by Random House in Canada. Discussions on the marketing plans and cover design; Features of the website bookclubs.ca; Details on perspectives of editors on the books.
- RANDOM HOUSE, INC. & RH PUBLISHER SERVICE CLIENTS SPECIAL NOTIFICATION. // Publishers Weekly;5/27/2013, Vol. 260 Issue 21, p10
The article presents a notice by publisher Random House, Inc. and Random House Publisher Service Clients of the list of titles which can be returned by booksellers at full credit by November 30, 2013, which is available online at http://www.randomhouse.biz/booksellers.
- Losers take heart. // Publishers Weekly;9/12/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 37, p33
Announces `Seuss-a-Bration,' a contest for book retailers sponsored by Random House, Turner Network Television and Esprit. Celebration of the work of Doctor Seuss; Requirements; Contact information; Other activities by Random House.
- Olson Says Random Expects Difficult Year. Milliot, Jim; Lottman, Herbert R. // Publishers Weekly;12/24/2001, Vol. 248 Issue 52, p9
Deals with the contents of a year-end letter sent by Random House chairman Peter Olson to employees in December 2001. Expectations for book sales by 2002; Cost-cutting initiatives to be implemented by 2002; Overview of the firm's book sales by geographic segment during 2001.
- Random House, Food Network Stars Control NYT Advice/Misc. List. // Book Publishing Report;12/25/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 50, p6
The article reports on the hardcover and paperback advice and miscellaneous lists of the "New York Times." Most of the top spots of the list have been controlled by television personalities such as Rachael Ray from the Food Network, Paula Deen and Ina Garten's "Barefoot Contessa at Home," from...
- Media Heavies. McEvoy, Dermot // Publishers Weekly;3/26/2007, Vol. 254 Issue 13, p36
The article emphasizes the influence of mainstream media on some of the books included in the 2006 paperback bestsellers of "Publishers Weekly." Based on the article, the extensive exposure of chef Rachael Ray on television (TV) has turned her from one-of-many TV chefs to a bestselling author....
- Dogs and Diets Rule the NYT Advice/Misc. List in 2006. // Book Publishing Report;Feb2007 Supplement, Vol. 32, p11
The article focuses on the domination of Random House Inc. in the hardcover list category of the "New York Times." Random House had 16 book titles including author Cesar Millan's "Cesar's Way," which held the top spot for 15 weeks. Author Rachel Ray likewise contributed three books in the top...
- Random House tries online bookselling. Wexler, Diane Patrick // Publishers Weekly;5/12/1997, Vol. 244 Issue 19, p18
Relates that Random House has been offering a small selection of its backlist titles at its Web site. Weekly update of the site; Discounts including $5.00 off of two Michael Crichton bestsellers; Comment by Randi Benton of Random House New Media on the small scope of the strategy.
- Deliberate Literate: Act II. Angel, Karen // Publishers Weekly;10/20/1997, Vol. 244 Issue 43, p21
Reports that the Deliberate Literate bookstore in Memphis, Tennessee, will open a branch in November 1997. Presentation only of Random House titles; Size of the store.