At PW, Coffey Retires and Milliot Rises

In June, Michael Coffey, one of PW's co-editorial directors, will retire. With this move, Jim Milliot will take the helm as editorial director of the company. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2014-05-12 00:00:00 UTC ]
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At PW, Coffey Retires and Milliot Rises

In June, Michael Coffey, one of PW's co-editorial directors, will retire. With this move, Jim Milliot will take the helm as editorial director of the company. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

[ Publishers Weekly | 2014-05-12 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Jim Milliot to Retire from 'PW'; Jonathan Segura Named Editorial Director

After more than 30 years at the company, Jim Milliot will retire as editorial director of 'PW' at the end of 2023, with Jonathan Segura set to succeed him in the position, among other editorial changes. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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PW Editorial Director Jim Milliot Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Jim Milliot, PW’s outgoing editorial director, has been awarded the first-ever Frederic G. Melcher Lifetime Achievement Award for his decades of work covering the publishing industry. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Clive Chiu to Retire as PW Art Director

Publishers Weekly’s longtime art director, Clive Chiu, will retire at the end of the year. Chiu joined PW in 2000, when it was owned by Reed Business Information, and made the move to PW’s current owner, PWxyz, in 2010. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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PW's Jim Milliot Wins BISG Lifetime Service Award

The Sally Dedecker Award for Lifetime Services recognizes book publishing professionals whose "tireless and persistent" work has made a positive impact on the book publishing industry. Milliot is recognized for his "decades-long commitment to reporting on the book industry." Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Peter Cannon, Calvin Reid Retire from 'PW'

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EUP reports 2% sales rise as Wright retirement announced

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'PW' Taps Cevin Bryerman to Lead New Venture, PW Content Studio; Joe Murray Promoted to Publisher

Launched earlier this year, PW Content Studio is devoted to creating new experiences and offerings for the professional publishing community, including custom content and events. Murray has been with 'Publishers Weekly' for 25 years, most recently serving as v-p of sales and associate publisher. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Casting a wide net: the rise and rise of podcasts

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PW Online and On Air: PW’s Digital Year in Review

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PW Select Fall 2011: E-Book Master Class: PW Talks with Joshua Tallent

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'The Way We Live with Authenticity': PW Talks with Author and ‘Guncle’ Jonathan Merritt

The cultural commentator, speaker, literary agent, and author's first children's book 'My Guncle and Me' (Running Press) is a gentle, authentic story of Henry Higgleston, a young boy bullied and teased at school for being different until his “guncle” comes for a visit and shows young Henry that... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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PW Bookstore of the Year 2024: Warwick’s

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PW Sales Rep of the Year 2024: Patricia Nelson

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PW Bookstore of the Year 2024 Finalist: Writer’s Block Bookstore

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