The nonprofit Audio Publishers Association names its 2023 Audie Awards winners in 26 categories from Audio Drama to Young Listeners.
Copyright: US Court Rules Against Internet Archive
The ruling against the Internet Archive for its “Open Library” lending is a major win for book publishers and creative industries.
AAP StatShot: US Book Industry Up 3.5 Percent in January
The first monthly StatShot report from the Association of American Publishers in 2023 shows trade revenues up 3.1 percent in January.
Copyright: The ‘Protect the Creative Economy Coalition’
Ten American organizations intend to counter state-based challenges to federal copyright protections.
The Audie Awards’ 2023 Finalists: 26 Categories
This year with 26 categories, the Audio Publishers Association Audies feature readings by BD Wong, Ethan Hawke, Lucy Liu, and others.
Princeton University Press’ ‘Spiderweb Capitalism’ Wins Hawkins Award
The Cambridge, Harvard, and Princeton university presses and Simon & Schuster published the 2024 PROSE Excellence Awards.
AAP StatShot: Overall US Market Down 6.4 Percent in 2022
In the month of December 2022, the Association of American Publishers’ StatShot saw a 10-percent decline over December 2021.
Scholarly Wins: AAP Names Its PROSE Category Honors
Some 40 category winners and 105 finalists are named the 2023 edition of the American Association of Publishers’ annual PROSE Awards.
Association of American Publishers Names Julia Reidhead Its Chair
The WW Norton chair and president refers to publishing as ‘this essential industry’ in accepting her AAP leadership role.
AAP’s November StatShot: US Revenues Down 6 Percent Year to Date
The Association of American Publishers’ StatShot report shows the United States’ industry in November 2022 was down 14.4 percent, year-over-year.