Market forces — notably digital publishing — are challenging India’s legal copyright protections for its publishers. Should that change?
India’s publishing industry faces rising challenges for editorial departments, new business models for distribution, and the rise of agenting in India.
When you’re already talking about a $1 to $1.50 for a print book, can you go any lower for digital?
While India leads the world in delivering outsourced publishing services for international publishers, its domestic industry still emerging.
As India becomes increasingly globalized, readers are snapping up new spirituality, self-help and diet books — many of them inspired by ideas from overseas.
Are you more dubious of self-published self-help books than those coming from traditional publishers?
Indian readers now prefer local authors over international bestsellers, and many Indian publishers are focusing on first-time authors.
Ex-Penguin Canada President David Davidar will be focused on Aleph Book Company, a new publishing house headquartered in New Delhi, India.
The Yale Publishing Course, taking place July 24-29, focuses on personal professional development, with an emphasis on leadership, business, technology and international issues. By Edward Nawotka If there’s a problem your trying to solve for your book publishing business, it has likely been discussed at one of the numerous publishing conferences held throughout the year. The first time you go …
By Hannah Johnson We at Publishing Perspectives consistently tout the benefits of forming global partnerships in the publishing industry. From buying and selling rights to learning new tricks of the trade, seeking out new contacts around the world helps us realize that opportunities are everywhere — literally. As today’s feature article on publishing opportunities in India points out, companies in …