Evaluating the standoff’s impact on the publisher’s bottom line, continuing the debate on subscription ebooks, publishers still concerned about ebook quality, Apple’s settlement settled and much more.
One industry insider’s view of Apple’s BookLamp buy, subscription ebooks in Japan, Marcello Vena departs RCS Mediagroup, sales dip at Harlequin, Perseus closing delayed and much more.
Strategies for crafting good metadata, comparing self-publishing statistics, Amazon launches 3D printing store, Japan curbs online book piracy, making data-backed publishing decisions and more.
Apple quietly acquires BookLamp, debating the best strategy for iBooks, authors heckle the Authors Guild, Pearson sales dip during Random House integration, Adobe’s new fixed-layout export and much more.
Amazon’s latest financial figures halfway through a busy year, Amazon helps authors set prices, Scholastic sees growth and expects more, 90% of American libraries now lending ebooks, John Ingram invests in Mediander and much more.
Why authors and publishers participating in Kindle Unlimited have cause to celebrate, Amazon tries to quell authors’ dissent in Hachette feud, Oyster gets onto Web browsers, Apple adds 48 million new devices to the market and more.
Why the biggest questions for subscription services remain unanswered, Kindle Unlimited encourages authors to go exclusive, this week’s best-selling ebooks, Stephen Colbert endorses another Hachette book, big authors band together and much more.
How Amazon’s subscription model could serve some authors better than others, HarperCollins explores bundling with BitLit, marketing questions for self-published authors and much more.
Comparing Amazon’s new ebook subscription service to its competitors, selling ebooks through Facebook, the latest Author Earnings report, Google Play gets bigger, Apple’s settlement and more.
The titles driving revenue growth in the first quarter of 2014, the scoop on Amazon’s new Kindle Unlimited service, rising demand for audiobooks licensing, Apple’s payout through investors’ eyes, Aquafadas upgrades and more.
Inside Amazon’s new ebook and audiobook subscription service, four ways publishers can compete with Amazon, experiments in ‘risk-free’ publishing, Apple stands to pay consumers and much more.
The next Big Five publisher to sit down at the negotiating table, John Green’s very good year, Scribd’s new Windows app, Scholastic launches multiplatform series, the week’s best-selling ebooks and much more.
Why signs of an incentive to settle could be emerging, social media for authors, Penguin Random House exploring direct sales options, Epic! adds new content to its subscription catalog and much more.
Amazon’s calculus in context, UK authors call traditional publishing “unsustainable,” questioning Amazon’s sincerity on royalty offer, Amazon snubs French ‘no free shipping’ law, surveying digital innovation and more.
E-reading habits in soccer-crazed countries, Richard Russo objects to Amazon’s latest move in Hachette battle, the FTC sues Amazon over children’s in-app purchases, Simon & Schuster partners with the U.S. military, and much more.
What stakes self-published authors may share with the publisher, an Arabic publisher partners with Amazon, Open Road bundles sci-fi ebooks, next steps in Harlequin’s sale to HarperCollins and more.
Amazon’s overture causes the publisher and others to cry foul, forecasting the implications of the Amazon-Hachette dispute, HarperCollins goes direct to consumers, this week’s top-25 best-selling ebooks and much more.
Pentian brings its model for Spanish-language books to the U.S. market, Omnific’s two new agreements, Simon & Schuster’s library ebooks’ impact on consortia, Google takes aim at Amazon and much more.
Amazon Publishing and Rizzoli team up to accelerate the publishing process, when it’s cheaper investing in book companies than authors, New Zealanders prefer print and much more.
Only 4 months from the submission of the draft manuscript to the availability in bookshops of the final print edition. During a public event on June 23rd, Rizzoli unveiled the final winner of BigJump, the first literary award in Italy …
Diverging views on Amazon’s strategy and priorities in Hachette negotiation, signs excitement could be dimming ahead of Fire Phone launch, authors ask readers to go to bat against Amazon and more.
Two Hachette titles in the top five best-selling ebooks of the week, Amazon editors remain above the fray of Hachette dispute, publishers grumble over outcome of Apple ruling, transition in the written word and more.
The other side of the debate about the elusive long tail in the digital book market, Reading Rainbow’s Kickstarter campaign successes, putting data to work in publishing, a new learning app and more.
France moves to protect independent bookstores, McGraw-Hill Education expanding onto Amazon’s home turf, confronting digital production challenges, a look back at Perseus Book Group’s history and much more.
Revenues flattening out as predicted, Simon & Schuster widens ebook access for libraries, five tips for digital publishing start-ups, Forgotten Books launches subscription services and much more.
The bookseller is spinning off Nook Media early next year, problems linger for public libraries’ access to ebooks, the fading dream of publishing’s long tail, a Canadian Byliner/Atavist and much more.
Amazon makes its power felt by blocking pre-orders, four tips for publishers looking to China, Penguin Random House dominates this week’s ebook best-seller list, McGraw-Hill partners with Follett and more.
Taking a clearer measure of back-list ebook sales in the digital era, Seth Godin joins Digital Book World 2015, BISG ends AAP partnership on BookStats, tips for new ventures in digital publishing and more.
Inside the terms of the dispute, why Japan no longer leads the world in ebooks, a retailer experiments with selling ebooks with multiple-user licenses, Spain cracks down on book piracy and much more.
What the contract negotiations could mean for publishing’s future, Amazon delays print and digital editions of ‘The Silkworm,’ mixed results for indie booksellers pushing back against Amazon and more.
How much Amazon’s new Fire Phone could affect ebooks, investor versus consumer interests clashing for Amazon, Scribd adds exclusive content, Bertelsmann retires its book club and much more.
The world’s biggest publisher dominates the ebook best-seller list, Apple settles its class-action lawsuit, Crown offers advance copies direct to book bloggers, Oyster launches Android app and much more.
An close look at what publishers actually make, why Amazon is chasing publishers’ profit margins, Amazon’s app store boasting some quarter million apps, how libraries gamble on ebooks and more.