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The Report “How the new business models in the digital age have evolved” is definitely the most informative discussion of new business models on the Internet that you will
07 Mar 2016
Roger Tagholm, 04 Mar 2016
Diversity has never been more on the agenda – from the Oscars to the Library of Congress and, of course, the book industry. In the UK, the £1,000 Jhalak Prize for Book
04 Mar 2016
The London Book Fair, 03 Mar 2016
London/Krakow, 3 March 2016: The London Book Fair, its UK partners the British Council and the Publishers Association; and the Polish Book Institute have announced Poland as the Market Focus for...
03 Mar 2016
First Story Named The London Book Fair’s Charity of the Year 2016 London, 25 February 2016: The London Book Fair has announced that First Story – a charity which believes in changing lives
25 Feb 2016
After the BAFTAS, the agent Jonny Geller tweeted ‘I wonder why nobody thanks the source material, the books, without which many of the films could not have been made’.
19 Feb 2016
Alastair Horne, 18 Feb 2016
The month in STM publishing has been dominated by the publication of two reports on open access publishing in the UK. The Tickell report on Open access to research
18 Feb 2016
The 2016 Prose Awards for professional and scholarly publishing saw some excellent results for UK publishers. Cambridge University Press led the way with ten awards,
In a rare public interview, James Daunt, MD of a resurgent Waterstones, and Stephen Page, one of publishing’s longest standing and most well respected CEOs, will examine the big issues and the state...
08 Feb 2016
The International Publishers Congress, 02 Feb 2016
Copyright in publishing will be a key theme at the Congress London/Geneva, 1 February 2016: Francis Gurry, Director General of Geneva-based World Intellectual Property Organisation, is confirmed to...
02 Feb 2016
Written by Paul Richardson and Graham Taylor, authors of the ever popular PA Guide to the UK Publishing Industry, This 174-page report is a unique analysis of the UK publishing market. For a list of...
29 Jan 2016
Alastair Horne, 29 Jan 2016
The new year began with news that a number of publishers would be following the lead set last year by the Royal Society in requiring ORCID IDs in their publication
Roger Tagholm, 22 Jan 2016
A sad week with the death of Lord Weidenfeld at the age of 96. The co-founder of Weidenfeld & Nicolson, he was a colossus of the industry, someone who always seemed to have
22 Jan 2016