*+-A new report from German ebook distribution platform quantifies the anticipated growth of digital publishing across Latin America.
*+-A new study from Literature Across Frontiers reveals general translations grew by 53% between 1990 and 2012 and literary translations by 66%.
*+-VIDA’s annual survey of literary publications found that book reviewing and literary coverage is still dominated by men.
*+-Publishing Perspectives’ “Designing Books for Millennial Readers” conference revealed that authenticity is the key to unlocking the hearts of millennials.
*+-The Bookseller reports that the median advance for traditionally published UK authors is less than 6,600 pounds, based on the early results of a new survey
*+-Nine out of ten French read books last year and on average people read 16 books a year: 14 in print, 2 digital. Still, the French see room for improvement.
*+-How much does an ebook cost in Australia, Germany or India? EPub Direct offers an infographic with key statistics on ebook pricing and more.
*+-A new survey by the NEA reveals that a mere 54% of Americans read any kind of book last year, print or digital.
*+-Thad McIlroy offers some statistics and key data on smartphones and tablets to help book publishers figure out how to address mobile technology.
*+-Marcello Vena of AllBrain’s recent survey of the Italian book market estimates Italian ebook sales nearing €60m, and growing 30-40% in 2015.