Five years after launching, Open Road has published 10,000 titles from 2,500 authors, seen 12 million downloads, and added translations from 3 partners.
Open Road Media, has expanded its existing relationship with Barcelona Digital Editions, to launch a new imprint in Spanish: Ciudad de Libros/Open Road Espanol.
As a book critic Jane Ciabattari had been writing and reading online for years. As an author, she was more accustomed to print. So publishing her first ebook was a trial by fire.
A trio of publishers discuss the challenges of selling translated and foreign language titles in the US, revealing that while digital has made it easier, it’s no quick fix.
Blanca Rosa Roca’s new Barcelona eBooks is pushing the boundaries of Spanish-language publishing by producing e-books in both Spanish and English.
In an attitude switch from recent years, foreign publishers are looking at ways to create market opportunities and exploit the rich digital market in the US.
A peek into the party for Brad Morrow hosted last night in New York City, celebrating FOUR publications this year by the author.
Moving from print to digital is confusing. Karina Mikhli surveyed several professionals who have endured the process for the top tips to keep you sane.
Why are there so many damn errors in e-books? One frustrated reader sought answers from a prominent digital publisher and two conversion houses.
By Hannah Johnson At the Mediabistro eBook Summit, held yesterday in New York City, book marketing dominated the morning sessions. But nobody was talking about print advertising or book tours. Instead, well-trodden topics like social media, online audience building and reader demographics were discussed in light of the growing e-book sales in the United States. As an e-book publisher, Brendan …
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