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Emirates news agency – Bodour Al Qasimi calls for collaborations to propel edition

SHARJAH, November 30, 2021 (WAM) – Bodour Al Qasimi, President of the International Publishers Association (IPA), urged publishers, technology providers and other stakeholders in the publishing supply chain to books to forge closer links to drive innovation and respond to emerging challenges as content moves across different platforms and new …

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Flex printers should check NoC before posting ads: The Tribune India

Charanjit Singh Teja Tribune press service Amritsar, November 28 Following the upcoming election, the Municipal Corporation (MC) has called on flex sign printers and printing press owners not to violate state advertising policy. Hardeep Singh, co-curator of MC, arranged a meeting with leading flex printers and asked them to apply …

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Worthplaying | Hooded Horse Takes Release of “The Way of Wrath” Delayed Until 2022

The path of anger is a storytelling tactical RPG set in an ancient world ruled by shamanic laws featuring dynamic turn-based combat and a non-linear world where your decisions matter. Travel through a meticulously hand-crafted landscape, complete quests, and interact with NPCs, each with their own interactive stories influenced by …

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Will publishing sales increase again?

When the Association of American Publishers released its final industry-wide sales report for 2020 last month, it showed another essentially flat year, with sales of $ 25.71 billion, down. by 0.2% compared to 2019. The slight decrease was in line with the general trend of the past. five years. Between …

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Tencent must get regulatory approval before releasing new apps

People walk past a Tencent sign at the company’s headquarters in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, China August 7, 2020. David Kirton | Reuters GUANGZHOU, China – Tencent needs approval from Chinese regulators to send updates for its applications, state broadcaster CCTV reported on Wednesday. The move comes after regulators discovered that …

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Long life hunter focuses on teaching the trade – Ripley Publishing Company, Inc.

Published in Le Républicain de Versailles, November 25, 2021 SUBMITTED PHOTOS Pictured above: Kendall and Jenna Hankins with a dollar from a previous season. Pictured right: Kendall with one of her award-winning turkeys. Local hunter Kendall Hankins hasn’t touched a dollar for a few years – despite hunting every day …

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Carmel in brief – November 23, 2021 • Current edition

Military Veterans Hall of Fame – The Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame accepts nominations for the Class of 2022 until August 1, 2022. To be eligible, the nominee must be born in Indiana, have entered military service in the Indiana, have lived in Indiana for at least five years …

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The Day – Dave Pottie has been publishing Sound Waves for 31 years

In an area rich in concert halls, you don’t have to look far to see the familiar face of Dave Pottie. He was there last month, standing outside the Garde Arts Center in New London on a chilly autumn evening, awaiting the season’s first performance by the Eastern Connecticut Symphony …

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Rassie Erasmus videographer plans to sue World Rugby for releasing evidence of Lions video hearing

The man who recorded the infamous 62-minute video of Rassie Erasmus during the British & Irish Lions series intends to sue World Rugby for publishing the evidence he provided at the disciplinary hearing without his permission, I has learned. Russell Belter, a freelance videographer in South Africa, has often assisted …

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Dark Horse Comics to resume publication of Star Wars titles in 2022

After the Walt Disney Company finalized the purchase of Lucasfilm, the rights to the new Star Wars comics moved from their longtime home in Dark Horse Comics to the House of Ideas, Marvel Comics. While some titles are published by others, IDW would publish a handful of Star Wars comics …

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