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- Digital News: Briefs. // Marketing (00253650);9/20/2006, p12
The article presents news briefs related to marketing. Dorling Kindersley Ltd. is converting its entire catalogue of non-fiction into a digital format. British Telecom PLC has teamed up with PodShow Inc. to launch BT Podshow, which will enable media production companies, creatives and record...
- New look for an old favourite. Hampton, Matthew // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;2/25/2005, Issue 1758, p62
The article reports that Dorling Kindersly Publishing Inc.'s electronic-guides aimed at young but well-travelled audience. Now Dorling Kindersly is setting out to change that, with a new range of city guides dubbed electronic-guides aimed at the Time Out market. Dorling Kindersly publicity...
- Expand, adapt and originate. Rolfe, Patricia // Bulletin with Newsweek;09/02/97, Vol. 116 Issue 6087, p74
Focuses on foreign book publisher Dorling Kindersley. How it tends to follow its own course in crating a product and selling it; Its editorial office, including Robert Sarsfield, formerly of Reader's Digest. How Sarsfield adapts and originates titles; Peter Kindersley as responsible for the...
- New imprint from DK Publishing. // Publishers Weekly;10/23/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 43, p12
Reports on DK Publishing's plan to launch a new children's imprint called Henderson in February 1996. Titles from Henderson Publishing as basis of creative books, games and activities featured; Fun-Fax Organizer System as Henderson's largest line; Other series offered; DK Stickers as other...
- Dorling Kindersley's limitless vision. van de Vliet, Anita // Management Today;Dec1996, p50
Highlights the growth of the Dorling Kindersley Holdings (DK). Area of specialization of the company; Chairman and co-founder of the company; Market-led concept of publishing of the company; Venture of the company into the CD-ROM market; Plans for sales expansion, profits and increasing employee...
- Strong six months for DK. // Publishers Weekly;4/1/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 14, p19
Presents financial information for DK Inc., the United States subsidiary of Dorling Kindersley. Strong revenues report for 1995; Sales highlights for DK; Expansion of its library division.
- Something new, something different. // Library Talk;Nov/Dec95, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p28
Features Dorling Kindersley (DK), a Great Britain-based company who publishes reference materials for children. Popularity of the format used in DK's books; Difference between DK's books and other books from Great Britain; Introduction of DK's Eyewitness Books series in the United States in the...
- DK restructures. // Publishers Weekly;3/18/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 12, p18
Announces that Chuck Lang has been named vice-president and publisher of Dorling Kindersley as part of the company's restructuring plan. His former position as vice-president, director of marketing; Other company appointments.
- Dorling Kindersley goes CD-ROM. Rogers, Michael // Library Journal;5/1/1994, Vol. 119 Issue 8, p27
Reveals that traditional print publisher Dorling Kindersley (DK) has released five multi-media CD-ROM discs. Comment on multimedia's `added value' over print by DK Chair Peter Kindersley; The five titles.