Publishing is not a level playing field where everyone can walk in and have their place. It is a market driven by forces that are outside of books and reading.
ALA officials are considering how best to proceed with the Midwinter meeting in the future
Even as librarians were again girding for a tough budget battle, the budget that passed today has them feeling a bit more optimistic.
As snow fell in Oslo, the book business in Europe felt a chill.
The worst may be over for European publishers, after falling sales resulting from the 2008 financial crash and uncertainty that came with e-books
A vibrant, open Internet is as crucial to the future of publishing as copyright policy. And that’s why we believe publishers cannot sit this one out.
What’s the result of someone not reading the story? What happens if the story gets lost in the mess or if people ignore the headline?
“Publishing industry leaders are calling out the danger in President Trump even suggesting changes to libel laws to shut down his critics”
Those online elephants who have grown enormous on copyright are the technology giants familiar to everyone
“Since 2013, print unit sales are up 10.8%. We will see if publishers can keep that streak going in 2018.”