Publishing Executive

Top Industry Executives to Be Inducted Top Industry Executives to Be Inducted Into National Hall of Fame
June 9, 2006

PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—North American Publishing Co. and Book Business and Publishing Executive magazines have announced their official call for nominations for the 2006 Publishing Executive Hall of Fame (formerly the PrintMedia Hall of Fame), the industry’s most prestigious award presented to individual publishing and production executives. Inductees join the ranks of leading executives in magazine, book and catalog publishing, as well as advertising production. Last year’s inductees were: - Anthony Crouch, director, design and production, University of California Press - Dora Braschi Cardinale, executive VP, print production, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia - Barry Meinerth, senior VP, production and fulfillment, Time Inc. - Ken

Editor’s Note
June 9, 2006

Due to a technical error, many of you were accidentally sent the Publishing Executive Inbox, the e-newsletter for Book Business’ sister publication Publishing Executive. We apologize for any inconvenience or confusion this many have caused.

Editor’s Note: Invite to Extra! readers to apply for position on Gold Ink Awards Judging Panel
May 26, 2006

PHILADELPHIA -- There are just a few days left until the deadline for submitting entries into the Gold Ink Awards will be upon us (Wednesday, May 31), and just a couple of weeks until the judging for this major national competition begins (June 6-9). Due to the increasing number of entries received over the past few years, we have decided to expand the judging process by an additional day to allow judges to spend more time judging each category of entries--from book covers/jackets to hardcover books, cookbooks, textbooks and fine editions, plus many more categories in magazine, catalog, direct mail and other print categories. Due

The Annual Gold Ink Awards Extends Entry Deadline to May 31st
May 12, 2006

PHILADELPHIA -- The Gold Ink Awards competition, an annual competition that recognizes superior quality in print production, has extended the deadline for entries to May 31. Now in its 19th year, the competition draws more than 1,500 entries across some 50 categories, such as B-to-B and consumer magazines, B-to-B and consumer catalogs, direct mail, book covers, annual reports, directories, and many more. The competition is open to all creators and producers of printed materials. Judging is conducted over the course of four days in early June, by a panel of judges from respected magazine and catalog publishers, as well as advertising and direct mail