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CSPAN
Jul 6, 2014 4:30pm EDT
opportunity for growth come especially places like china and in the end for people read in english. >> can you give us one example of a suggestion to made to an author as the officer has been named editor? either nonfiction or fiction. >> it is probably pretty obvious. one of the things he tell them it's not worry about having every detail in there. i realize something fairly sent one fairly profound. i've been a publishing 25 years now and i don't think anybody has ever complained to me about a book being too short. so sometimes telling the stories sissy is the best thing a writer can do. >> carolyn reidy, who owns your? vitae have so many imprints? >> way around the base ebs. we are the only publishing part of that corporation. and we do a lot of work with them both supporting of the television production and the fact that in terms tie-in and so forth. in addition we do a lot with locals tatian and radio and television stations in advertising and getting authors out there. there's an awful lot of work we do with them. we have seven adult print. there's actually more than not, but none of
CSPAN
Aug 28, 2014 10:47pm EDT
especially in places like china and india where there are a lot of people who read in english. >> host: can you give us one example of a suggestion you have made to an author as an author's editor in nonfiction or fiction? >> guest: well, it's probably pretty obvious that one of the things you tell them is not to worry about having every detail in there. i realized something very profound. i've been in publishing for 25 years now and i don't think in the last 25 years anyone has complained to me about a book being too short so sometimes just telling the stories as simply as the best thing a writer can do. >> host: carolyn reidy who owns simon & schuster and have so many imprints? >> guest: we are owned by cbs. we are the only publishing part of that corporation. we do a lot of work with that both supporting their television productions and things like that in terms of tie-ins and so forth but in addition we do a lot with their local stations and radio and television stations in advertising so there's an awful lot of working together that we do with them. we have seven of 12 imprints. t
CSPAN
Aug 28, 2014 8:03pm EDT
opportunity for growth in china and india where a lot read in english. >> host: can you give us an example of a suggestion you made to an author as the author's editor? fiction or non-fiction. >> guest: it is probably obvious. one of the things you tell them is not to worry about having every detail in there. i realize something simple and profound. i have been in publishing for 25 years and i don't think anyone has ever complained to me about a book being too short. >> host: who owns simon and schuster and how many imprints do you have? >> guest: we are owned by cbs. the only publishing part of that corporation. we do a lot of work with them supporting of their television productions in term of tie-ins but we do a lot with local stations and radio and television stations in advertising and getting word of the authors out there. there is a lot of work we do with them. we have seven adult imprints. there is more than that. but some of them are in imprints. and we have seven children's imprints, too. and the reason you have so many imprint is what an imprint is within simon and schuster is a
CSPAN
Nov 27, 2014 1:00pm EST
like china and india where a lot of people feed in english. >> host: can you give us one example of a suggestion you have made to an author as that author's editor, nonfiction or fiction. >> guest: well, probably pretty obvious one of the things you tell them it's not to worry about having every detail in there. i realize something fairly simple and fairly profound. i've been publishing 25 years now and i don't think in 25 years anyone has ever complained to me about a book being too short. so sometimes telling a story to sync with the best thing the writer can do. >> host: who owns simon & schuster? how many companies do have? when you have so many interests? >> guest: we are owned by cbs. we are the only publishing part of that corporation and we do a lot of work with them, both supporting of their television productions and then click back, but in addition, we do a lot with their local stations and radio television stations in advertising and getting word of authors out there. there's an awful lot of work together we do with them. we have seven adult imprints. actually more than th
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