The latest survey results from France’s publishers cites respondents saying they’ve read more during the market’s two lockdowns, younger readers taking the lead.
One-third of 2020 growth in US print book sales was driven by juvenile fiction, NPD BookScan reports, with overall sales of 751 million units.
A new survey from French book publishers indicates that users in lockdown were more interested in reading and adopted more digital formats.
Year’s End: An already exceptionally busy year for nonfiction gets even hotter as US adult nonfiction print sales move 257 million units.
The Calibre Audio charity for readers who have print disabilities is hoping to add 48 new audiobooks to its library this holiday season.
Under the transatlantic pressure of writers’ associations and unions, Audible offers a concession. And the authors say it’s not enough.
During the Frankfurt Book Fair, Bookwire released the results of its new German consumer survey on audio content and ebook consumption.
With a goal of building digital revenue ‘our authors can make a living from,’ Saga Egmont’s Lasse Horne is staffers for digital.
What’s reported to be the first study of audiobook consumer behavior in Australia points to a new, young audience for the format.
The founding CEO of the 20-market Swedish subscription company is to speak on the fourth day of the Frankfurt Conference program.