In 2021, a new report indicates, Italians carried out an average 322,000 acts of book piracy per day, a major challenge for publishing.
Costing the books industry as much as €528 million, piracy is a major target for Italian book and news publishers in 2020.
As a case of ‘pop-up publishing’ takes hold in the newspaper sector, what can book publishers learn from this consumer-first approach to print and digital publishing?
For a long time, Der Spiegel published the only German bestseller list. Now, Bild and Amazon are cooperating to bring a new player to the game.
Under the leadership of Dato, Karangkraf Media Group has become perhaps the most dominant book publisher and printer in Malaysia.
At Books in Browsers, NYT digital designer Allen Tan urged content creators to first understand the underlying principles before jumping in to a project like Snow Fall.
The news that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos purchased The Washington post newspaper turned an average day on Twitter into an explosion of disbelief and Amazon jokes.
South Africa is making itself known as a home for digital startups. Among the hottest is Snapplify, a digital publishing solutions provider with a growing global profile.
The New York Times has been increasingly slow to pick up on trends in the book business, but if the people who buy newspapers are likely still the same people who buy books, they deserve better.
Today, the LA Times is releasing their first e-book, “A Nightmare Made Real” — will papers capitalize on stories that publishers might otherwise turn into books?