Italy’s publishers expect their year-end revenue to be down by between a modest 1.1 and 1.8 percent as compared to 2021.
The United States’ book market ‘finished November at 6 percent below 2021,’ NPD Books’ Kristen McLean reports.
In its data released today, AAP sees US book industry’s overall revenues down 1.4 percent in September, compared to September 2021.
From soaring costs to the competition of subscriptions: HarperCollins UK CEO Charlie Redmayne on the fundamentals at Frankfurt.
By year’s end, Wiley says, 28 percent of its journal portfolio will be fully open access. This is its fifth-year Projekt Deal extension.
Storytel issues 8.8 million class B shares, worth approximately 400 million Swedish krona, with Finnish publisher Otava as one of its new shareholders.
Moving its dates for a third time this year, the Shanghai Children’s Book Fair is changing venue in an effort to host the event in December.
Surveying publishers, large to small, as well as freelancers and self-employed pros, the Australian study finds a need for ‘diverse representation.’
In a trend reflecting reader behavior more than supply-chain issues, the American book market heads downward in NPD’s BookScan data.
Following record book sales in the US in 2021, we review five years of book market data collected by the Association of American Publishers.