A new report from Italy shows the value of its consumer book industry rose in 2023, despite a slight drop in overall unit sales.
The conference closing the 41st rendition of the Mauri Foundation’s ‘school of booksellers’ will be a look at new issues ─ and déjà-vu.
The world’s first broad-based legislation on artificial intelligence is approved in European Union negotiators’ marathon sessions.
As many as 17,000 students were among the largest turnout on record for Italy’s book fair showcasing independent publishers.
Children’s and YA books are tops when it comes to Italy’s rights sales, as has been reported this week at Rome’s Più libri più liberi.
Small- and medium-sized publishers make up 50.1 percent of the Italian book market, reports AIE at today’s Più Libri Più Liberi opening.
As Europe’s trilogue approaches, Italy’s publishers and sister organizations demand stronger, not weaker, regulations on AI.
Free of charge, ‘Dall’italiano al mondo’ on the translation of Italian literature is on November 24; registration closing November 21.
Italian publishers, with a newly named leadership committee, hail the new BookCity Milano study of books’ supremacy in cultural spending.
The 2024 Guest of Honor Italy special commissioner Mauro Mazza talks about the goals and plans for next year at the ‘Italian’ Frankfurt.