The continuation of our series on illustrated book publishing in the US looks at the digital market, where sales pale compared to print counterparts.
The founders of the UK’s Literary Platform reflect on the changes they’ve seen in digital publishing over the 5 years since launching their consultancy.
Two data analytics companies, Next Big Book and Qlovi, won startup prizes at BEA, but several others caught our eye and are worth watching through 2014.
It’s dangerous just to see content as a data file to be exploited or enhanced, argues Lean Forward’s Tom Dolan, a top media guru from the UK.
In this Exprima Talks episode, Corey Pressman talks to startup Beneath the Ink about their ebook enhancement technology, and to author Emma Boling about how she used it in her book, Mistress of France.
We asked our readers two years ago if they had read an enhanced e-book. Over half of survey respondents had not. Now, we’re asking again. Take our survey and tell us if you’ve read an enhanced e-book.
The UK has seen a slight slowdown in e-book sales growth over the last year. Does this mean e-books have reached a plateau among readers? Michael Bhaskar examines the situation.
In June, Bastei Lübbe began offering Apocalypsis, a bestselling German serialized digital-first novel, in English in the US and UK. Here’s how they did it.
A report issued by the Sesame Workshop compares the benefits children gain from physical books, e-books and enhanced e-books, finding print largely better.
Nosy Crow is releasing its story books as updated enhanced apps with word tracking technology to assist children in learning to read. But will it work?