Threats to copyright protections, publishing leaders at London Book Fair will say today, are as broadly international as the Internet.
Hachette Book Group: BIPOC Diversity at 36.4 Percent
The newest of four yearly reports from Hachette Book Group sees staff BIPOC diversity increasing by 2.5 percent in 2022.
Copyright: US Court Rules Against Internet Archive
The ruling against the Internet Archive for its “Open Library” lending is a major win for book publishers and creative industries.
The UK’s Nosy Crow Opens a US Company
The 12-year-old English powerhouse in independent children’s publishing is opening a US office, distributed by Hachette Book Group.
IPA’s Amicus Brief: ‘Global Significance’ in the Internet Archive Lawsuit
As another court date in the Internet Archive lawsuit approaches this week, the International Publishers Association has led an amicus brief.
Rights Edition: Juliette Kayyem on ‘The Devil Never Sleeps’
Before the next ‘boom’ comes, Juliette Kayyem says in her new book from Hachette’s Public Affairs, ‘We need to stop being surprised.’
Copyright: American Publishers File for Summary Judgment Against the Internet Archive
They sued the Internet Archive in June 2020 for copyright infringement. Now, American publishers file for summary judgment.
AAP’s Annual Meeting: ‘Fires Raging in Our Industry’
‘The biggest set of challenges our industry has faced in a generation’: Michael Pietsch and Maria A. Pallante lead the AAP’s annual meeting.
Penguin Random House, Authors Guild on Book Bannings
As book-bannings sweep the United States, two campaigns from the industry demonstrate different styles and tones of response.
Hachette Book Group’s Pietsch Named American Publishers’ Chair
The Association of American Publishers has a court date on February 7 in its high-profile lawsuit of Maryland’s new library lending act.