Ahead of Frankfurter Buchmesse, the Brazilian Publishers group releases rights catalogues of books from more than 40 publishing houses.
The Italian Publishers Association’s Ricardo Franco Levi and his staff in Milan report on progress in one of Europe’s hardest hit markets.
The trio of Publishing Perspectives Talks this year brings together some of the sharpest players in their respective sectors for agile debate.
Book export organization Brazilian Publishers has a full lineup of online events during the Frankfurter Buchmesse week, as well as a catalogue of titles with rights available. (Sponsored)
First envisioned as a tool for publishers for trade shows has been adapted to the health-crisis needs of meeting arrangements to support rights deals.
Italian publishers warn that opening some bookstores must be backed up by financial aid, as Brazilian Publishers increased international outreach with an app and online rights effort.
Digital distribution and retailing is ramping up, but a year after publishers started investing in innovation just 4,000 titles are available in Brazilian Portuguese.
By Hannah Johnson There’s no question that Brazil’s publishing industry is growing, and looking to the international publishing community for content and partnerships. There is also support from within the country to help fuel this growth. Brazilian government purchases account for 25% of the publishing industry’s total earnings, and the majority of these purchases are in the K-12 textbook segment. …
By Carlo Carrenho, PublishNews.com.br These bestseller lists originally appeared on our partner website, PublishNews Brazil, a joint venture between PublishNews and Publishing Perspectives. If you would like to receive a bi-weekly email newsletter about the Brazilian publishing industry, subscribe here. Every month, PublishNews Brazil will publish a summary of PublishNews‘ monthly bestseller list. The original list, in Portuguese, has weekly, …
By Ricardo Costa In 2013, Brazil will be the Guest of Honour at the Frankfurt Book Fair, and it’s not too early to consider what the country has to offer. With 220 million people and $2.5 billion in book sales for 2009, Brazil, has a book industry that is booming, one producing more titles –- with more efficiency –- and …