The EU copyright directive may be positive for book publishers, but Roy Kaufman says publishers should pay particular attention to articles 16 and 20.
Having started with S. Fischer, Holzbrinck now has added its other publishing divisions to the IPR License Instant Permissions system.
Poland’s Ameet, based in Łódź, has a new licensing venture with Lego Publishing, and in the States, the AAP opens its annual PROSE Awards competition.
On Frankfurt’s Academic & Business Information Stage, Copyright Clearance Center will look at the EU’s new copyright directive, open access, and ‘big data.’
Streaming an interview with an astronaut to 60 million students in 80,000 schools in China was one of this year’s feats at the 26th Beijing Book Fair.
Digital marketing approaches supported by 5G and edtech in early-age English-language training were key interests at the 2019 Beijing Book Fair.
Reporting US$2.62 billion in 2018 revenue, China’s sprawling Phoenix Publishing & Media already has deals in 30 countries and wants to get only bigger.
The UK’s International Literature Showcase presents its second curated listing of British authors, in a program devised to promote export and rights sales of UK writing.
Featuring a parallel children’s division for a second year, the Beijing International Book Fair again expects some 2,500 exhibitors and 300,000 visitors.
The entertainment and character sector, in which book publishing operates, held the largest position in global licensing, according to a new survey from Licensing International.