The Book and the Computer is a journal about the global book trade, focused around publishing, literary culture, and new media. It's a spinoff of a Japanese publication, which helps explain the consistent international perspective. Recommended for those looking for something beyond a Publishers Weekly-style play-by-play. (Look for the "100-Day Dialogues" -- a set of extended conversations among folks in different parts of the book trade.)
I've been a big fan of Jessamyn West's Librarian.net for several years now. Her weblog covers library and book related news, including strong coverage of library free speech issues. She also links to some great library related websites. Totally recommended.