French animation studio TeamTO has acquired TV, film and licensing rights to the ‘Ninn’ graphic novel from Belgian publisher Kennes Éditions.
Adrienne Tang, longtime rights director with Kids Can Press, moves to Penguin Random House Canada to create ‘an entirely new in-house rights operation,’ says CEO Kristin Cochrane.
In today’s Rights Roundup, we have work from Canada, Scotland, France, Finland, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, and a study in Yiddish of Russian imprisonment.
The seventh Aké Arts and Book Festival in Lagos is all online and available for all to see. Events are free and open to the public.
The new Taiwan Creative Content Agency (TAICCA) introduces drama, a historic newsreel, a boyhood tale, and a survey of literature.
‘Nature writing’s got a job to do,’ says author Jim Crumley in Publishing Scotland’s new short documentary, ‘Second Nature.’
Saying that each book has ‘a striking resonance for the world around us in 2020,’ the Cundill jury’s Peter Frankopan names the finalists.
Since March, 65 percent of professional writers, illustrators, and literary translators in the UK are reported to have lost income.
Today’s newly announced agreement is based in Germany’s Projekt DEAL agreement concluded last January for Springer Nature journals.
During the Frankfurt Book Fair, Bookwire released the results of its new German consumer survey on audio content and ebook consumption.