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International Editors Observe Trends in the German Book Market

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-08-02

Contrasts and comparisons, challenges and opportunities: a group of English-language children's book editors share their observations of the Germany market following their summer German Book Office...

Publishers Look to Crack the National Parks Market

Publishers Weekly – 2016-08-05

With the National Parks enjoying a popular centennial year, publishers are working with in-park gift shops to reach the growing number of parks visitors.

Rio’s Tomás Pereira: Decoding Brazil’s Beleaguered Publishing Market

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-08-17

The Portuguese translation of The Da Vinci Code launched the fortunes of Brazilian publisher Arqueiro. Tomás Pereira now sees sales down 20% from 2015. The post Rio’s Tomás Pereira: Decoding...

IEX's 'Flash Boys' exchange goes live, aims to disrupt market

Reuters – 2016-08-20

NEW YORK (Reuters) - IEX Group, the upstart trading venue featured in Michael Lewis's book "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt," began operations as a public stock exchange on Friday after more than...

São Paulo’s Book Fair: Brazil’s Bid for Hope in a Tough Market

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-08-19

Amid falling book production, sagging sales, low readership, and higher book prices, one of Brazil's key publishing events opens next week, the industry looking for ways forward. The post São...

Growing Chinese journals market 'too big to ignore', PA report says

The Bookseller – 2016-08-25

The Chinese journals market is experiencing a huge shift to digital, while more English-language journals are being produced by Chinese publishers and Chinese researchers are beginning to make a...

Beijing Book Fair: Market Opportunities for Everyone

Publishers Weekly – 2016-08-29

Overseas exhibitors were happy to see that the huge Chinese book market remains positive and open with business opportunities for different segments of the industry.

Blast in Philippine market leaves 12 dead, at least 24 wounded

Los Angeles Times – 2016-09-02

A powerful explosion killed 12 people and wounded at least 24 others at a night market late Friday in President Rodrigo Duterte's hometown in the southern Philippines amid a security alert due to a...

Arab Trade Delgation Reflects on the Latin American Market

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-09-13

On a trade mission to Brazil, a United Arab Emirates publishing group finds sharp interest among Latin American colleagues in Arabic-Portuguese rights. The post Arab Trade Delgation Reflects on the...

Decline of Distributors to Christian Stores Reflects Market Trends

Publishers Weekly – 2016-09-14

Following the closing of Send the Light Distribution (STL) this summer, the number of book distributors serving the Christian market has dropped to a new low.

Sainsbury's exits e-book market

The Bookseller – 2016-09-21

Sainsbury’s is pulling out of the e-book market and closing its digital entertainment offer.

Amazon competitors left 'fighting for scraps' in e-book market

The Bookseller – 2016-09-23

Amazon’s dominance in the UK e-book market is so huge that other competitors are left "fighting for scraps” tech entrepreneurs have said.

Children's 2016 print book market up 11.7% to date

The Bookseller – 2016-09-28

The children's print book market is on course for an 11.7% increase to a full year value of £394m this year if sales continue at the same pace - making 2016 the biggest year for children's books for...

In the kitchen: Shishito peppers and other farmers market gems

Los Angeles Times – 2016-09-28

One of the great pleasures of living in Southern California is our farmers markets, a network of what are essentially outdoor food halls, where we can shop for dinner, meet friends and revel in our...

Square One Enters the Fiction Market

Publishers Weekly – 2016-09-29

Best known for publishing nonfiction books in such areas as alternative medicine, the indie publisher is trying its hand at fiction after acquiring the rights to five novels by James Misko.

Poetry market celebrates National Poetry Day with highest sales ever

The Bookseller – 2016-10-07

Annual sales of poetry books are set to surpass £10m for the first time since records began, The Bookseller can reveal on National Poetry Day today.

Digital Census: 'self-published writers to grow e-book market share'

The Bookseller – 2016-10-13

Self-published writers and digital only publishers will continue to grow their share of the digital content market while traditional publishers over-price e-books, according to early results of the...

LitRes Chief Has Goal of Dominating Russian Audiobook Market

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-10-13

Russia's Eksmo-owned LitRes announces its goal to boost its current 7,000 audiobooks on offer to 50,000 of them—in five years. The post LitRes Chief Has Goal of Dominating Russian Audiobook Market...

Tiny homes are all the rage. But here's why the market is more bust than boom

Los Angeles Times – 2016-10-14

After hearing all the hype about tiny homes — the TV shows, lifestyle websites and magazine photo spreads — Lee Saenz decided that building the dinky dwellings would make a great part of his...

Watch Today, Read Today: Book Tie-Ins Are Hitting the Market Faster

Publishers Weekly – 2016-10-21

Publishers are accelerating the development cycle for licensed tie-ins to satisfy consumer demand.

The Implications of Brexit for the UK Academic Market

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-10-21

Threats and opportunities were considered by leading figures from academic publishing at Thursday’s panel discussion on Brexit. The post The Implications of Brexit for the UK Academic Market...

Detroit's Rebounding Housing Market Transforms Write A House

Publishers Weekly – 2016-10-28

Write A House, which has been giving away renovated homes in Detroit to emerging writers, is responding to the city's rebounding housing market by offering aspiring authors a free place to stay, not...

Penguin Random House Rules the Children's Book Market

Publishers Weekly – 2016-11-04

The publisher has a 20-point lead in market share over its closest competitor, HarperCollins.

Rwanda’s Huza Press Founder on the Challenges of Her Market

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-11-09

In talking about the Rwandan cultural context for reading and literature, publisher Louise Umutoni of Huza Press talks of authors publishing outside Africa. The post Rwanda’s Huza Press Founder...

PWC Sees Stable Future for German Book Market

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-11-10

In its annual review of Germany’s entertainment media sector, PriceWaterhouseCooper predicts stable revenue from the German book market through 2020. The post PWC Sees Stable Future for German Book...

Still in vogue: luxury magazines defy print market gloom

The Guardian – 2016-11-21

Top glossy titles pull more readers and advertisers as fashion, arts and lifestyle content retains its shiny appealWith 100-year-old Vogue and design and lifestyle bible Wallpaper producing their...

How Instagram recruits college football teams to market Stories

Digiday – 2016-11-29

Instagram has recruited seven colleges to use Instagram Stories as part of a new initiative to show the behind-the-scenes atmosphere on game days through the rest of the college football season. For...

A View From Within the Latin American Market: Base Tres

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-11-30

Mexico's Base tres consultancy connects book professionals within Latin America and from outside the region, helping them understand this evolving market. The post A View From Within the Latin...

Audio market has not reached 'full potential'

The Bookseller – 2016-12-03

Book industry players need to work closer together to ensure the audiobook market reaches its full potential, Laurence Howell, senior director at Audible UK, told the FutureBook...

Beano tops annual market despite huge Pokémon boost

The Bookseller – 2016-12-03

The Beano Annual 2017 (D C Thomson) is on track to be the biggest selling children’s annual this Christmas, with sales of 13,401 units (£52,549 in value terms) to date, according to Nielsen...

Digital Single Market may have 'disastrous' cultural consequences

The Bookseller – 2016-12-07

The "cultural consequences of the Digital Single Market in Europe would be disastrous", according to Chris Auty [pictured], head of the producing department of the National Film & Television...

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