Publishers’ rationale, PRH CEO Nihar Malaviya says, is compensation ‘commensurate with what we’re getting from the marketplace.’
Frankfurt Book Fair’s professional programming ranged from academic publishing and AI to image licensing, literary awards, and audio sales.
On the second day of this year’s bustling Frankfurt Book Fair, crowds gathered talks with publishing execs, networking, and more anniversary celebrations.
A panel in the PP Forum in Frankfurt, moderated by Thomas Cox, looks at how AI is already influencing the book publishing business today.
Insights: PRH CEO Nihar Malaviya and Thai CEO Kim Chongsatitwana are featured in our PP Forum Executive Talks.
The October 3 announcement of Spotify including audiobooks in its UK subscriptions has prompted sharp demands from the Society of Authors.
The upcoming Frankfurter Buchmesse has programming looking at many aspects of artificial intelligence and related issues.
Rolling out its new audiobook-listening offer to subscribers in two markets, Spotify effectively mounts a new challenge to Audible.
As Banned Books Week opens, Penguin Random House is taking some of its most heavily attacked books on the road.
Bertelsmann’s Thomas Rabe announces Nihar Malaviya is the permanent worldwide CEO of Penguin Random House.