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Byline

In journalism, the text usually immediately below the headline giving the name, company and/or position of an article's writer.
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A self-proclaimed Luddite, Ellroy is turning to technology for the first time with the publication of Shakedown , a novella released today by the digital publisher Byliner.
13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The digital publishing startup Byliner announced today a collaboration with The New York Times for a series of co-produced e-shorts that play to the Times's longstanding reportorial strengths in culture, politics, sports, business, science, and health and feature some of its finest writers.
In collaboration with Byliner, The Times will co-publish up to a dozen New York Times / Byliner Originals in the next year featuring narratives in areas in which The Times has reporting expertise including culture, sports, business, science and health.
Acquiring Byliner is our first step towards applying everything we've learned from powering large brands' digital publishing programs to create a new publishing model that empowers authors to publish faster, market smarter, and keep more creative and financial control of their work.
According to Byliner, Neville Bardos survived a terrible barn fire in 2011 and The Fire Horse describes how his devoted rider brought him to full recovery for them both to become members of the US Olympic team.
Byliner is a perfect fit-for both head and heart-and makes great sense at this point in my career.
com)-- Today Vook published its first Byliner Original ebook, Five Fires, by New York Times best-selling author Laura Lippman (I'd Know You Anywhere; After I'm Gone).
The New York Times is partnering digital publishing services Byliner and Vook to release a combination of original work and existing stories as e-books and selling them for no more than $3.
Earlier this month the paper released the first of its digital "e-short" books through the company Byliner.
Byliner, a Media Company and digital publishing startup, reported on Thursday a series of e-shorts to be co-produced with The New York Times.