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Books Time Warner Trade Publishing Publications Titles include: Time, People, Fortune, Money, InStyle, Business 2.0 Entertainment Warner Bros., New Line Cinema HBO, TNT, TBS Cable, Interactive Time Warner Cable, AOL ESSENCE COMMUNICATIONS PARTNERS Events Essence Music Festival Essence, Suede Essence Award Show Interactive Essence will become part of a $43.9 billion media giant.
Launched just last June as a subsidiary of Time Warner Trade Publishing, Ipublish's goal--much like to develop and publish new authors., an affiliate of Time Warner Trade Publishing, is using a security technology by SealedMedia that is designed to prevent unauthorized use of its e-books by nonpaying customers. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Time Warner Trade Publishing (, a division of AOL Time Warner, Inc.
One of the most pioneering efforts has been made, appropriately, by Time Warner Trade Publishing, a division of the media conglomerate soon to merge with Web powerhouse America Online.
"This may work for Stephen King, but it won't work for 99 per cent of the people out there," said Mr Larry Kirshbaum, president of Time Warner Trade Publishing.
Time Warner Electronic Publishing, the multimedia publishing division of Time Warner Trade Publishing, this month introduced Time Warner Quick Reads, a collection of 36 top-selling books on floppy disk, each with a suggested retail price of under S 15.
This is AOL Time Warner Trade Publishing's first-ever World Fantasy Award.
Kirshbaum, chairman and CEO of Time Warner Trade Publishing. "We're pleased to be working with a company like OverDrive that shares our commitment to introducing more and more readers to the pleasure and convenience of e-books." [See "AOL Time Warner Introduces" on page 41.]
Time Warner Trade Publishing topper Larry Kirshbaum, who just inked a $7 million-plus book contract for the memoirs of G.E.
ePublishing for Dummies (ISBN: 0-7645-0781-8; $24.99) is written by Victoria Rosenborg, director of technology at, the eBook Division of Time Warner Trade Publishing. Before Time Warner, she worked at Microsoft Corp., where she helped executives in the publishing and television industries incorporate Microsoft technologies into their Web sites.
On May 23, Time Warner trade publishing chair Laurence Kirshbaum will hold a news conference, over breakfast, to "mark the introduction of a major electronic publishing venture." Not to be outdone, Simon & Schuster has just announced that they, too, will hold a news conference May 23 -- precisely a half-hour later -- to announce a new media venture of their own, in conjunction with Random House and Microsoft.
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