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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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Leading the award list is Byliner Linda Haneborg, who will now receive the Lifetime Achievement Award.
"I'm thrilled that Five Fives is being published as a Byliner Original," says Laura Lippman.
12 September 2014 - US digital publisher Vook Inc announced the acquisition of domestic short-form e-book publisher Byliner Inc without elaborating on financial details.
Earlier this month the paper released the first of its digital "e-short" books through the company Byliner.com, "Here's the Deal." The new short digital book, written by the Times' David Leonhardt, is a "clearheaded exploration of what's wrong and right with the American economy and where it can go from here," the companies said.
Websites like (http://byliner.com) Byliner and (http://www.longreads.com/) Long Reads have emerged amid the magazine bankruptcy and newspaper layoff stories, acting as curators to the finest long-form essays on topics often absent from the CNN ticker.
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.
Enterprises like The Atavist and Byliner are periodicals, too, publishing long-form journalism on the installment plan, just like 19th-century newspapers and magazines.
Byliner Best known for Jon Krakauer's "Three Cups of Deceit," this start-up offers "Byliner Originals" that fall somewhere between magazine stories and books.
* Growth of diverse interpretive platforms (modeled after multimedia publications such as Byliner, The Daily, and Wired) coupled with more participatory forms of interpretive writing (patterned after gonzo journalism).
Jamie Malanowski's latest book, And the War Came, about the political crisis during the secession winter prior to the Civil War, is available from Byliner. He is a frequent contributor to the Washington Monthly.
SAN FRANCISCO: Print magazines may be struggling but the founders of Byliner, a new website, believe there is an audience and a business opportunity online for long-form journalism.
If you choose the latter course, you must devise a method of communication to assure that pertinent information about your practice will be fed immediately to your writer for conversion into news release, media update, byliner or feature article form.