French publishers say 93 percent of their paper is now recycled or green-certified and Bowker partners with book discovery startup Book+Main.
Warning of ‘an inevitable cheapening of the final product,’ DK Senior Product Developer Toby Marshall calls on publishers to think about ‘how this challenge evolves.’
PageJump’s Raymond Calbay explains step-by-step how the company applied new media UX design principles and research to develop its book, Abroad Me.
As error-prone as OCR-produced ebooks are, could the book world benefit by offering consumers more information about how an ebook is produced?
ZOO Digital surveys digital publishing executives about their ebook workflows and the comparative advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing and internal production.
Peruvian publishing is enjoying record growth thanks to zero VAT on books, increased exports and investment, more government purchases and a rising literary profile.
A total of 211,269 print and e-book self-published titles were published in 2011, but their publishing methodology make them difficult to put quantify in terms of value.
In 2010 Latin America produced nearly as many books as Spain yet absorbed 20% of Spain’s overall production, while Spain took in just 2% of Latin America’s.
According to the Spanish ISBN Agency, the number of publishers and titles grew significantly in 2011, despite a 66% drop in new print editions.
A streamlined workflow is paramount to achieving success. What’s your advice for establishing bulletproof publishing processes?
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