Pallante makes her mark at AAP a.g.m as travel ban hits Iranian publisher

Pallante makes her mark at AAP a.g.m as travel ban hits Iranian publisher

In so many ways, this was not your usual Association of American Publishers a.g.m. Penguin Random House c.e.o. and AAP board chair Markus Dohle bounced to the podium, at the event hosted at PRH’s New York office, to open the public part of the meeting. He aimed to “introduce the new AAP”, one with “a new focus, new energy” and new mission statement. Though it will continue to concentrate on copyright, piracy, and free speech, Dohle put special emphasis on AAP’s promoting of “the value proposition of publishing to society in the modern era” and on a more “hands-on, Washington-centric” focus....

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