Dr. Phil and His Son Jay McGraw Are Set to Produce DailyMailTV

Dr. Phil McGraw and his son Jay McGraw, along with their production company Stage 29, are partnering with DailyMail.com to create DailyMailTV, a new syndicated television series. The show, announced today aboard the DailyMail.com yacht in Cannes, is eyeing a fall 2016 launch. While details of the series are scarce—including whether it's a half-hour or hour-long program, what the format will be, and who will host—DailyMailTV promises to be bold and fearless like its news namesake. "DailyMail.com is famous for shining a light on the most important issues that matter but might have been overlooked by everyone else," said DailyMail.com publisher Martin Clarke in a statement. "We're also not afraid to rattle some cages and demand answers without fear or favor." The daily show will be shot out of the DailyMail.com office in New York as well as in the publication's Los Angeles, London and Sydney newsrooms. The show will focus on breaking news, U.S. and world news, crime, health and show biz, much like the homepage of DailyMail.com. CBS Television Distribution, which is also behind Dr. Phil and The Doctors, will distribute DailyMailTV, which should mean carriage on CBS- and CW-owned stations. "Collaborating with DailyMail.com is the ideal brand partnership as Stage 29 Productions continues to develop the next generation of innovative programming," said Dr. Phil, host and executive producer for the last 13 years of his eponymous daytime series. Video content is becoming... Continue reading at 'AdWeek'

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Bedtime stories for a teenager? One set of children's books brings a father and son together

Monitor contributor Danny Heitman enjoys reading a children's book series about a wealthy elephant named Uncle to his son. What's surprising about that? His son is a teenager. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

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Hearst Sets Launch for First Issue of Dr. Oz, The Good Life

Hearst Magazines will roll out its newest title, Dr. Oz, The Good Life, Feb. 4. With 800,000 copies being distributed, including 375,000 copies on newsstands for $3.99 and another 425,000 going to subscribers of other Hearst titles, The Good Life could well be the biggest consumer magazine... Continue reading at AdWeek

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McGraw-Hill To Split Into Two Companies: McGraw-Hill Markets and McGraw-Hill Education

Following the call for a break-up and reorganization of McGraw-Hill Cos. by investors last month, McGraw-Hill announced today that it will split into two separate public companies: McGraw-Hill Markets, focused on the capital and commodities markets, and McGraw-Hill Education, focused on... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Dr. Seuss meet Dr. Dre: Online reading gets a new rhythm

Over the cool beats of a rapper's rhythm, Wes Tank is inspiring his YouTube followers with a new twist on children's book classics. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

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Dr. Seuss meet Dr. Dre: Online reading gets a new rhythm

Over the cool beats of a rapper's rhythm, Wes Tank is inspiring his YouTube followers with a new twist on children's book classics. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

[ The Christian Science Monitor | 2020-04-09 17:56:13 UTC ]
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Dr. Seuss meet Dr. Dre: Online reading gets a new rhythm

Over the cool beats of a rapper's rhythm, Wes Tank is inspiring his YouTube followers with a new twist on children's book classics. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

[ The Christian Science Monitor | 2020-04-09 17:56:13 UTC ]
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He raised his son to love wild places. Then his son disappeared.

Explorer and biologist Roman Dial reflects on parenting in this memoir of the search for his son, who vanished while solo hiking in Costa Rica. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

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He raised his son to love wild places. Then his son disappeared.

Explorer and biologist Roman Dial reflects on parenting in this memoir of the search for his son, who vanished while solo hiking in Costa Rica. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

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Like Father, Like Son: Nelson DeMille and Son Team Up

The perennial bestseller Nelson DeMille joins forces with son Alex for a new thriller series. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

[ Publishers Weekly | 2019-08-09 04:00:00 UTC ]
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Ian McEwan helped his son write an essay about his own novel. His son got a C+

If you're a student who's been assigned to write an essay about an Ian McEwan novel, there's one person you shouldn't ask for help: Ian McEwan. The Man Booker Prize-winning British author, known for his novels "Amsterdam" and “Atonement,” told the Daily Mail that he offered to help one student... Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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Radio presenter Jay-Jay Harvey cancels her book tour outright

The Edge presenter Jay-Jay Harvey has cancelled the rest of her book tour after walking out during a broadcast last month. Continue reading at Stuff

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Jay-Jay Harvey disappears from radio show and cancels book tour for two weeks

Radio star Jay-Jay Harvey has cancelled the next two weeks of her book tour after walking out on her show live on air. Continue reading at Stuff

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John Murray acquires debut set in all-girls boarding school

John Murray has acquired Emily Layden's debut novel All Girls, already optioned by HBO, exploring assault, consent and "what it means to be a young female in today’s world". Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Spanish-speaking writers are producing ambitious science fiction and fantasy. Let these books be your introduction.

As diverse as Spanish genre fiction is, most of it is hidden from the English-language world. Thankfully, enthusiasts and small publishers are filling the void. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Hodder sets sail for National Maritime Museum puzzle book

Hodder & Stoughton is publishing a puzzle book for adults with the National Maritime Museum, which holds the world’s largest maritime collection. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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HQ scoops Sheffield-set debut novel from journalist Rawlins

HQ has scooped The Steel Girls, a debut novel from journalist and university lecturer Michelle Rawlins, in a three-book deal. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Simon Stephenson’s hilarious ‘Set My Heart to Five’ follows a robot with Hollywood aspirations

Programmed to be a dentist, Stephenson’s protagonist heads west, unleashing wry observations along the way. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Judge Sets Tentative Schedule for Internet Archive Copyright Case

Under the August 31 order, the closely watched case over book scanning and lending is to be ready for trial by November 2021. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Clavis CEO Sets Sights on U.S. Talent

Clavis Publisher and CEO Philippe Werck believes there is illustration talent all over the world—and in launching the U.S. Key Colors Competition, he set out to find it. (Sponsored) Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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