“Content is just the beginning of the conversation about e-books.” said Anobii’s Matteo Berlucchi.
A panel at of executives at Publishers Launch agreed that e-books were still three years away from reaching even 10% market penetration.
Moving from print to digital is confusing. Karina Mikhli surveyed several professionals who have endured the process for the top tips to keep you sane.
Takeaways from the event: the lines between tradition and innovation are being blurred, options are proliferating, quality control and metadata matter.
Want to hear from companies that will dominate e-books sales over the upcoming decade? Attend Publishers Launch at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Publishers Launch London conference considered several issues: territoriality, metadata and the role of publishers in the age of digital DIY.
By Michael Cader With e-books recently emerging as the single-bestselling book format in the US market according to the latest AAP data, there is no doubting the digital transformation of trade publishing underway. The UK is experiencing the first wave of serious digital takeoff with the appearance last year of a local Kindle and the impact of the ubiquitous iPad …
By Hannah Johnson Michael Cader (founder of Publishers Lunch and PublishersMarketplace.com) and Mike Shatzkin (publishing industry consultant and founder of The Idea Logical Company) announced today their new joint venture called Publishers Launch, a global conference series that will “help publishers, agents, authors, retailers and other channel partners with the transition to prosperity in the new era, and will help …
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