BISG award-winner Judith Appelbaum reflects on changes in the industry and explains why the lack of statistics on self-publishing is misleading us all.
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New research on subscription ebook models from BISG shows publishers are still reticent, while consumers who embrace the model continue to buy books.
A new report from BISG highlights student’s increasing efforts to find alternatives to traditional texts, as well as faculty concerns over costs and value.
At $6,750 BISG’s latest consumer data on consumer attitudes toward e-books isn’t cheap. But timely, objective data on e-books is scarce. We’ve got a taste.
The publishing industry in the United States has grown since 2008 thanks to increased sales of e-books, fiction and higher education books.
By Hannah Johnson Today, the Association of American Publishers (AAP) and the Book Industry Study Group (BISG) presented a new statistics report called BookStats, aimed […]
“The deal-making process is far more fluid than many people realize,” says veteran books-to-film agent Jeff Aghassi. Read Part One of this article, in which ICM’s […]
There’s an urgent need for publishers to update legacy rights management and content creation systems, according to speakers at BISG’s “Making Information Pay” conference. By […]
BISG is focused on producing actionable data that will make a difference to people’s day-to-day business. Their next conference, this Thursday, focuses on innovation. By […]
Publishing will look very different in ten years time, but there are problems we can anticipate — and solve — in advance. By Edward Nawotka […]