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  • Bookseller to separate digital division

    Katie Morhen, 06 Jan 2012

    The number one bookseller in the US is looking to separate its digital division in an effort to capitalise on the success of its e-reader, it was announced yesterday (January 5th). Barnes & Noble has...

    Page 06 Jan 2012

  • 63% of publishers to go digital in 2012, study finds

    Katie Morhen, 03 Jan 2012

    It seems an increasing number of publishers are turning to the opportunities offered by digital platforms as 63 per cent intend to publish an e-book next year, recent figures have shown. In a

    Page 03 Jan 2012

  • HarperCollins continues expansion into Christian market

    Katie Morhen, 20 Dec 2011

    Leading publisher HarperCollins is expanding its reach in the Christian market by choosing Ingram Publisher Services as its exclusive distributor of books suited to the market. From January 1st,...

    Page 20 Dec 2011

  • Biography of Chinese space legend published

    Katie Morhen, 15 Dec 2011

    The biography of one of China’s leading figures in space technology has finally been published by the People’s Publishing house, it has been reported. Better known as the nation’s ‘father of space

    Page 15 Dec 2011

  • C&R anticipates increase in digital sales

    Katie Morhen, 13 Dec 2011

    The independent publishing housing Constable & Robinson (C&R) expects digital sales to increase by the end of the year, it has been reported. Announcing its financial results for the first

    Page 13 Dec 2011

  • Pearson to sell 50% stake in FTSE

    Katie Morhen, 13 Dec 2011

    Major educational publisher Pearson is selling its 50 per cent in FTSE International Limited to the London Stock plc for £450 million in cash, it was announced yesterday (December 12th).

    Page 13 Dec 2011

  • Amazon brings 450 children's titles to e-platform

    Fiona Kellagher, 07 Dec 2011

    Amazon has deepened its e-publishing potential by acquiring more than 450 children's books it plans to bring out both digitally and in print. For an undisclosed sum, the internet

    Page 07 Dec 2011

  • London Fields to hit the big screen?

    Katie Morris, 30 Nov 2011

    Martin Amis’ black comedy London Fields may be on course for a movie re-imagining amid revelations Shekhar Kapur would take charge of its direction. This is not the first time

    Page 30 Nov 2011

  • George R R Martin urges fans to vote on Hugo Awards

    The Bookseller, 21 Jul 2015

    This story is brought to you by our Official Global News Partner, The Bookseller George RR Martin has urged “every true fan” of science fiction and fantasy to vote for this

    Page 21 Jul 2015

  • Gardam to receive Charleston-Chichester Award

    The Bookseller, 17 Jul 2015

    This story is brought to you by our Official Global News Partner, The Bookseller Writer Jane Gardam is to be awarded the Charles-Chichester Award for a Lifetime's Excellence

    Page 17 Jul 2015

  • Writers demand trade action on diversity

    The Bookseller, 10 Jul 2015

    This story is brought to you by our Official Global News Partner, The Bookseller Writers have called on the publishing industry to “take action now” on diversity by offering

    Page 10 Jul 2015

  • Pullman backs SOA call for better contracts

    The Bookseller, 09 Jul 2015

    This story is brought to you by our Official Global News Partner, The Bookseller Philip Pullman has backed a campaign for better author contracts from the Society of Authors. Pullman urged publishers

    Page 09 Jul 2015

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