The Liber program, emphasizing the Spanish book industry’s business trends, returns this year to Madrid from Barcelona.
The need for coherent, actionable data impacts the progress world publishing can make on its prime challenges, IPA’s Karine Pansa says.
Our first Rights Roundup of the new year features work originally written in Finnish, Catalan, French, Swedish, Italian, and Czech.
Between 2017 and the end of 2022, Javier Celaya says, the field of Spanish-language audio providers has grown from 15 to more than 60.
Our last Rights Roundup of the year features work selling into Galician, Catalan, Portuguese, Danish, Korean, Dutch, Greek, Slovak, and more.
BookBeat is ditching an all-you-can-listen-to audiobook subscription in a major market and offering time-based options in six other countries.
Madrid’s book fair director Eva Orúe is the first woman in the role in 80 years. And she has a UNESCO World Heritage venue to protect.
Amid ‘an oppressive global political situation,’ says Frankfurt Book Fair president and CEO Juergen Boos, ‘this fair sent important signals.’
BookBeat, based in Sweden, is offering usage-time audiobook subscriptions in both its new markets, Italy and Spain.
The business of the book takes centerstage at Frankfurt, but it’s those gleams of artistry, even fleeting, that finally compel rights sales.