The London Book Fair has evolved to reflect the ‘new ecology’ of publishing and shift in confidence, says Faber’s Stephen Page.
Several UK CEOs set the agenda going into next week’s London Book Fair. Top of the list: communicating with consumers and coping with the relentless pace of change in publishing.
Faber’s Will Atkinson spoke in Frankfurt about the publisher’s success with its branding initiatives.
Amazon.com’s deal to publish the debut novel of actor James Franco, star of 127 Hours, underscores traditional publishing’s increasingly untenable position.
UK publishers are ready to capitalize on digitization as evidenced by the smart, pointed discussions at Monday’s Bookseller Futurebook Conference.
The ‘new publisher’ is a creative intermediary between the author and reader, and not merely a gatekeeper
Push all other books aside and clear a few hours for Alina Simone’s You Must Go and Win!. Of all the books I read this summer, it was by far the most fun.
Publishers Launch London conference considered several issues: territoriality, metadata and the role of publishers in the age of digital DIY.
Faber Chief Executive Stephen Page believes “the challenge of gift to digital” is one of the major issues yet to be resolved in the book business. By Edward Nawotka In today’s feature story about the state of the UK book market, Faber Chief Executive Stephen Page noted the increased importance of gifting for physical books and believes “the challenge of gift …
By Hannah Johnson The Bookseller FutureBook announced the winners of its inaugural Digital Innovation Awards yesterday in London. The awards were launched in December 2010 at the FutureBook Conference with the goal to “highlight and celebrate professionals across the trade who are doing the real work to facilitate digital innovation.” And fitting with the speed of digital innovation in the …
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