German publishers say that robust ebook performance last year and this year could be impacted by state-subsidized e-lending.
The Toronto-based digital-education content provider Top Hat buys Morton Publishing and says it now is on 750 North American campuses.
The Publishers Association of New Zealand Te Rau o Tākupu has a daylong conference, with trade show directors and IPA’s Bodour Al Qasimi.
The Panorama Project’s study includes US consumer engagement with audiobooks in 2020, plus context around reading and other entertainment.
The Association of Publishers in India, with EY-Parthenon, offer a look at the multilingual Indian publishing industry and its challenges.
Seven German book publishers—’competitors in real life,’ says Klett-Cotta publisher Tom Kraushaar—look forward to the next gathering.
A new EIBF report reveals how booksellers in Europe responded to the pandemic in 2020 and what changed in the book retail landscape.
While online sales have proved to be robust, city bookstores are challenged by urban areas described as ‘increasingly deserted.’
North and Latin American, Asian, and European markets take national stands, as authors including Helen MacDonald, Aminata Touré are announced.
José Borghino tells WIPO, ‘Publishers need a clear legal framework with appropriate exclusive rights and effective enforcement’ in copyright.