Grey House Publishing will become the publisher of the print editions of the H.W. Wilson Product Line
Grey House Publishing will become the publisher of the print editions of the H.W. Wilson product line under a new exclusive license between EBSCO Publishing and Grey House.
Published for 115 years, the H.W. Wilson information products have delivered award-winning research offerings to the public library, academic and high school markets. Most famous for Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature, first published in 1901, H.W. Wilson reference products continues to enrich the collections of all types of libraries.
Grey House is proud to now be a part of this historic and important publishing program and looks forward to continuing to provide the library community with these much-needed, well-regarded titles," says Richard Gottlieb, President of Grey House.View the Press Release
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Grey House Publishing will become the publisher of the print editions of the Salem Press Product Line
Grey House Publishing will become the publisher of the print editions of the Salem Press product line under a new exclusive license between EBSCO Publishing and Grey House.
Published for over 50 years, Salem Press products deliver award-winning literary, historical, medical and science reference content to the public library, academic and high school markets. From the long-standing Magill’s Literary Annual to the forthcoming Computer Technology Innovators, Salem Press reference continues to enrich the collections of all types of libraries.View the Press Release
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Grey House Publishing Acquires Database from Bowker/ProQuest
Grey House Publishing is proud to announce it has acquired the database from Bowker/ProQuest that was published under the name Broadcasting & Cable Yearbook for many years. This great resource is now back under a new title, The Complete Television, Radio & Cable Industry Directory.
"Grey House is proud to bring this long-standing directory back to the market place. We’re planning a thorough editorial update, the addition of more key personnel, new sections of data and a new name – The Complete Television, Radio & Cable Industry Directory," said Richard Gottlieb, President of Grey House. "Not only will we add new content, we will also offer a new Online Database platform as well as new Mailing List options available for subscription."
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G.O.L.D: GREY HOUSE ONLINE DATABASES
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Open up worlds of information for your patrons with G.O.L.D., Grey House OnLine Databases! Whether your patrons are searching for business information, consumer health information or education information, give them the tools they need to find the data they need quickly and easily. Filled with helpful resources, contact information and hotlinks, your patrons will benefit from the easy access to the thousands of organizations in each database, with just a few mouse clicks to get there. Users can do cross-database searches, print out listings, save searches and so much more. From simple searches to expert searches, this amazing collection of online databases will fill multiple research needs.
With its Quick Search, Keyword Search and Expert Search, the GOLD platform makes finding the information you need quick and easy - whether you're a novice searcher or an experienced database user.
G.O.L.D. subscribers can access their account online and on their smart phone or mobile device.
All of Grey House's directory products are available for subscription on the GOLD platform.
Call (800) 562-2139 to schedule a free trial of the online database for your library, university or business.
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Folks Are Flocking to the Library, a Cozy Place to Look for a Job
Books, Computers and Wi-Fi Are Free, But Staffs Are Stressed by Crowds, Cutbacks
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A Place for Recruiting as well as Reading
Mr Alston and his wife, Florenna, who is also looking for a better-paid job, do not have internet access at home - nor do they have e-mail addresses. After a tip from Mrs Alston's cousin who, like them, lives in New York's South Bronx district, they came to their local library. The library's employment centre has seen attendance surge as people lose their jobs and as others - such as the Alston family - seek better-paying positions, as overtime and other perks are lost. A growing number of US libraries have developed similar specialist services aimed at helping people find jobs. In the past, many of these functions were performed by librarians, but increasingly they are the work of career development and education specialists as expertise is needed to navigate the mass of information available on the web.
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FREE RIDE: How Digital Parasites Are Destroying the Culture Business, and How the Culture Business Can Fight Back
...But regardless of your position in the business-of-culture wars, it’s hard to resist Levine’s conclusion that the status quo is much better for tech companies and distributors than for cultural creators and producers. That status quo may benefit consumers in the short term. But if it continues, Levine argues, the Internet will increasingly become an artistic wasteland dominated by amateurs — a world where music, TV and journalism are virtually free, and where all of us get what we pay for.
New York Times Book Review View the Full Article
FEATURED PRODUCT LINE: Bowker's Books In Print
Grey House Publishing and R.R. Bowker are pleased to announce that the print editions of the Books In Print® product line, are now available from Grey House, under an exclusive license from Bowker, effective January 1, 2010. This extraordinary reference resource will continue to be derived from the Bowker-managed publishing database. For over 100 years, Bowker has been delivering comprehensive, authoritative bibliographic information to publishers, libraries and booksellers. Books In Print®, now with coverage of over 400,000 titles, represents the largest, most comprehensive collection of bibliographic information in print.
The product line consists of: Books In Print®, Books In Print® Supplement, Subject Guide to Books In Print®, Books Out LoudTM: Bowker’s Guide to Audio Books, Bowker’s Complete Video Directory, El-Hi Textbooks & Serials In Print®, Forthcoming Books®, Children’s Books In Print®, Subject Guide to Children’s Books In Print®, Law Books & Serials In PrintTM, Medical & Health Care Books & Serials In Print™, Large Print Books & SerialsTM, American Book Publishing Record® Annual, American Book Publishing Record® Monthly, and Publishers, Distributors & Wholesalers of the U.S.TM
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FEATURED PRODUCT LINE: TheStreet & Weiss Ratings Guides
TheStreet Ratings & Weiss Ratings provides independent financial evaluations in industries where investors and consumers may at risk. TheStreet Ratings & Weiss Ratings uses proprietary quantitative computer models to evaluate the financial strength of more than 13,000 institutions, 16,000 mutual funds and more than 6,000 stocks.
The product line consists of Financial Ratings Series Online Database, New Customized Medicare Supplement Insurance Planners, Weiss Ratings Guide to Banks & Thrifts, Weiss Ratings Guide to Health Insurers, Weiss Ratings Guide to Life & Annuity Insurers, Weiss Ratings Guide to Property & Casualty Insurers, Weiss Ratings Consumer Guides Box Set, TheStreet Ratings Guide to Bond & Money-Market Mutual Funds, TheStreet Ratings Guide to Common Stocks, TheStreet Ratings Guide to Exchange-Traded Funds, TheStreet Ratings Guide to Stock Mutual Funds, and TheStreet Ratings Ultimate Guided Tour of Stock Investing.
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A companion resource to the 1940 Census just released by the US National Archives, This is Who We Were, provides the reader with a deeper understanding of what life was like in America in 1940 and how it compares statistically to life today. Using both original material from the 1940 Census, readers will find richly-illustrated Personal Profiles, Economic Data, and Current Events to give meaning and depth to what life was like in 1940 America as the country was emerging from depression, but on the verge of war. Next, a wide range of data from the 1940 and 2010 Census are put side-by-side so users can quickly and easily see differences and similarities over these past 70 years, state by state.
Grey House Publishing's Business Reference Directories are filled with information for many different industries. Built to save hours and hours of research time for the user, these information-packed directories will prove useful to build your buisness, find new customers and access hard- to-find industry contacts.Download 2012 Business Catalog»
Grey House Publishing's line of Encyclopedias and General Reference Sources provides immediate access to information, presented in an easy-to-use, easy-to-navigate format. Perfect for the student and researcher alike, these sources of information will be helpful for many diff- erent types of research projects.Download 2012 General
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Grey House Publishing's list of Statistics and Demographics Handbooks pull a wide range of information into easy-to-use, information-packed resources, all with handy ranking charts and comparative statistics that our users have said make it so easy to compare how different places compare with one another on so many levels.Download 2012 Statistics
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