What to watch for as ebooks enter their adolescence, Apple could be slyly needling Amazon through the iBooks store, rumors of a new waterproof Kobo device, Amazon to sell physical books in Brazil and more.
An inconclusive new study on print and ebook reading comprehension, Barnes & Noble’s new Nook tablet, Google and Ingram challenge Amazon, Paul Ryan comments on Amazon-Hachette war and more.
Media tie-ins and best-selling ebooks, Blurb helps get indie authors into bookstores, a new study on e-reading retention, the latest Nook hits stores, Kensington goes exclusive with Books-A-Million and more.
Retooling marketing strategies for the digital era, Amazon’s retort to German authors, “sorceress” turns songstress on Pottermore, Firebrand’s new ebook QA tool, tips for making book apps and much more.
Tallying the publishers with the most best-selling ebooks so far this year, Kindle head Russ Grandinetti’s role in the publishing world, Bezos-owned Washington Post briefly adds Amazon ‘buy’ button, how cheap books could hurt readers and much more.
Accounting for the steady rise in prices of best-selling ebooks, Amazon’s gamble on customer loyalty, the Colbert Report’s hand in boosting books, Orwell’s estate responds to Amazon, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt grows and more.
Getting acquainted with the new production technologies, weighing the future of digital content development, Rosetta Books moves to reinvent print models, Amazon’s campus expansion and more.
Navigating the latest challenges in digital publishing, Penguin Random House dominates ebook best-seller list, authors’ stakes in the Amazon-Hachette feud, BiblioBoard expands its catalog and more.
Analyzing the logic behind some indie authors’ support for Amazon, HarperCollins gears up to square off against Amazon next, OverDrive launches worldwide “Read an Ebook Day” and much more.
Amazon’s latest volley in the ongoing dispute, more from Hachette CEO Michael Pietsch, authors weigh in on Amazon-Hachette standoff, a history of ReadersUnited.com, Amazon turns up pressure on Disney and more.
Inside the latest earnings report from HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster pleased with ebook subscription services, the Perseus-Ingram-Hachette deal falls through and much more.
The e-tailer launches a same-day delivery service, an alternative perspective on the ideal bookstore, Brazilian bookstore chain to sell e-readers, Nook With Glowlight comes to the UK and much more.
Movie tie-ins in the ebook era, an upset on this week’s ebook best-seller list, print production’s 2013 decline, a new ebook start-up in India, what to expect for Kindle’s near future and much more.
The logic behind Simon & Schuster’s new video series, O’Reilly acquires Pearson’s stake in Safari, Ingram’s operations deal with Chegg, why the Amazon-Hachette war could drag on and much more.
The close look at the state of e-lending worldwide, how much longer the Amazon-Hachette war could rage, Apple’s settlement approved, a new approach to crowdsourced content and much more.
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.