BookBeat CEO Niclas Sandin says he has ‘high expectations’ in 2024 for growth in Norway, the Netherlands, and Poland.
Johannes Larcher, CEO of Sweden’s Storytel, says that performance in 2023 saw the non-Nordic subscriber base pass 1 million consumers.
Children’s and YA books are tops when it comes to Italy’s rights sales, as has been reported this week at Rome’s Più libri più liberi.
Two publishers in Frankfurt report success with up-and-coming children’s book authors, both at home and through international rights deals.
In recognition of ‘his innovative plays and prose which give voice to the unsayable,’ Jon Fosse wins the Nobel Prize in Literature 2023.
The titles featured in this edition of our Rights Roundup are from Australia, Sweden, Norway, England, and France.
Storytel invests in ElevenLabs, looking to offer automated audiobook readings and ‘voice switching’ for users between preferred voices.
Today’s pre-London Book Fair Rights Roundup features work from the States, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Turkey, Spain, and Australia.
A Publishing Perspectives exclusive: Beat Technology’s newest platform is an audiobook and ebook app for Sweden’s Adlibris book retailer.
Almost 80 years after the first of Tove Jansson’s Moomins appeared, the US market finds the durable characters at Barnes & Noble.