In a look at how consumer research can focus on a given demographic, Nielsen Book’s Jo Henry reveals signs that boys aged 9 to 12 may be reading more.
In a quick overview of rights management issues publishers should think about, consultant Bill Rosenblatt looks at a publishers’ handling of content.
The 2017 Digital Book World conference opened with calls for more data-driven decision-making, despite the inherently subjective nature of book publishing.
From Greece, Norway, Iceland, and the UK, the DBW 2017 Fellows speak about their successes, their challenges, and why they’re traveling to the conference.
In a region with undependable publishing and distribution, self-publishing is not unusual, says Thailand’s Trasvin Jittidecharak ahead of London Book Fair.
Transformation requires cultural change. An Englishman in New York, Nosy Crow’s Tom Bonnick looks back at the conference, after DBW.
Digital Book World and Author Earnings may have transformed an industry standoff into a cooperative trade-and-indie exploration going forward.
This year’s Digital Book World seems to be off to a start led by inquiry, guidance, and a pressing question: what’s next?
The younger generations’ appreciation for print books and more are noted by IPG Fellow Tom Bonnick of Nosy Crow at Digital Book World.
At Digital Book World, Kelly Gallagher showed just how effective data analysis can be and how it can help you make decisions that will lead to more book sales.