When it comes to printing, India and China are fierce competitors. Based on your experience, which country has the lead? Why? And what can be improved?
For International Literacy Day this September 8th, India’s Pratham Books is seeking 100 “champions” of reading to host storytelling sessions around the country.
Indian self-publishing is already on the rise, but with the introduction of KDP and sales priced in rupees, expect a flood of new authors offering cheap books.
When it comes to developing e-book markets, can one device drive adoption? Or is the device moot until there is enough attractive content available?
Indian publishers have doubts that Kindle will be the runaway success it has been elsewhere, but all agree that it adds momentum to a rapidly growing market.
From Jaipur to Melbourne to Edinburgh, Word Alliance aims to help top international book festivals lobby for government funding and to spread best practices.
From impending acquisitions and rights strategies to breaking into the Japanese market…the best of our coverage from the first half of 2012.
China and India alike offer big opportunities for publishing investors. But if you had a big pot of money that could go to only one, where would it go?
A top Indian media executive explains how China’s state-controlled media model and India’s democratic one differ, and the opportunities available in each.
Penguin India has release 240 titles as e-books on the international, not local, market. An exec says the company expects digital to be 15% of revenue by 2013.