Seeing no follow-through on the Canadian government’s promise to review the Copyright Modernization Act, a coalition asks for a meeting.
Bookwire’s ‘WAY’ audiobook services are launching in new markets and will be available to French-language publishers early in 2024.
The Audio Publishers Association’s Michele Cobb sees a steady gain by audiobooks in the United States’ publishing marketplace.
Publishers’ rationale, PRH CEO Nihar Malaviya says, is compensation ‘commensurate with what we’re getting from the marketplace.’
Year-to-date revenues were up 0.6 percent. The digital audio format remained up at 5.7 percent in August, at US$68.2 million.
Dr. Ali Bin Tamim describes how the Congress of Arabic Publishing is supporting the creation of more Arabic-language content. (Sponsored)
Wattpad opens a program it says will do away with ‘a difficult choice for authors’ and offers ways writers can earn money on the platform.
New data from GfK indicates a 7.0-percent drop in the number of Germany’s ebook buyers, January through June 2023.
Year-to-date, the United States’ industry’s trade revenues were down 1.8 percent, at US$4.8 billion for the first seven months of the year.
The University Press Library platform at Germany’s De Gruyter now hosts scholarly content from all 17 Canadian university presses.