If the e-reading platform wars do turn out to be a land grab for a mature, low growth market, publishers will find themselves at a major disadvantage as businesses.
At the Frankfurt Book Fair 2012, the Italian Publishers Association presented statistics about Italy’s book market.
Dallas-based startup Bookshout is looking to disrupt the current e-book ecosystem with its new offering of Apple and Android mobile apps.
At Frankfurt’s 2012 StoryDrive conference, Small Demons CEO and co-found Valla Vakili spoke his how references in stories can actually lead to more book discovery.
At Frankfurt’s transmedia conference, StoryDrive, speakers focused on how to capture consumers through great storytelling, despite increased distractions from the online world.
Finnish app giant plans to bring home the bacon with their book app, which they predict will sell millions of downloads.
One of the smallest nations in the world, New Zealand, has become a key trading partner with one of the largest, China.
During a CEO panel at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2012, execs from bookselling giants discussed global e-book trends and how they differ across various markets.
Ahead of the Frankfurt Book Fair, UK publishers anticipated a boom in genre titles and enhanced digital competition.
At Frankfurt’s annual Rights Directors Meeting, Wuping Zhao told the audience that Chinese publishers acquired rights to 15,592 foreign titles in 2011, up from just 1,664 in 1995.