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August 22, 1995
Random House Inc. of New York said Monday that it has established a new division, Random House Entertainment in Newport Beach, to create children's properties that can be licensed for development as books, toys and films and in other formats. Shane DeRolf, former executive vice president and creative director of the World POG Federation, has been named president of the division.
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August 22, 1995
Random House Inc. of New York said Monday that it has established a new division, Random House Entertainment in Newport Beach, to create children's properties that can be licensed for development as books, toys and films and in other formats. Shane DeRolf, former executive vice president and creative director of the World POG Federation, has been named president of the division.
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March 13, 2003
* AOL Time Warner Inc. may get at least two offers for its book publishing unit as it completes a first round of bidding, sources said. Possible bidders include Willis Stein & Partners, the Chicago-based buyout firm with stakes in magazine publisher Ziff Davis Media Inc. and 40 other companies, and Bertelsmann, the German owner of book publisher Random House.
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April 11, 1996 | PAUL D. COLFORD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The situation recalls David Letterman's stormy relationship with NBC a few years ago and the intense interest that the standoff generated in the TV industry. Another brand-name talent, homemaking doyenne Martha Stewart, is fighting with a large media company, in this case Time Inc., as the publishing industry looks on with fascination. Stewart, the editor in chief and earth mother of Martha Stewart Living, which Time Inc.
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