The ‘Villa Albertine’ issues its first awards for French literature translated into English, with funding to support publication.
The need for coherent, actionable data impacts the progress world publishing can make on its prime challenges, IPA’s Karine Pansa says.
Rita Fürstenau of Germany’s Rotopol Press talks about comics, graphic storytelling, and the rights outlook ahead of the 50th Angoulême.
Our first Rights Roundup of the new year features work originally written in Finnish, Catalan, French, Swedish, Italian, and Czech.
Awaiting news of a buyer, Vivendi’s Editis in Paris continues rolling out new local-focus presses in Québec and Africa, this time in Senegal.
Intending to use 100-percent renewable energy by 2026, Hachette Livre turns to reducing overproduction, freight, and more.
The Gaumont-Scholastic Entertainment project is developing Down syndrome advocate Sofia Sanchez’ ‘Rocket Park’ books for television.
Our last Rights Roundup of the year features work selling into Galician, Catalan, Portuguese, Danish, Korean, Dutch, Greek, Slovak, and more.
BookBeat is ditching an all-you-can-listen-to audiobook subscription in a major market and offering time-based options in six other countries.
Based in Frankfurt, Bookwire’s expansion into the French market includes audiobook production and distribution work with Banijay.