ACFW 2019: Changing Market Creates New Publishing Opportunities

The 2019 American Christian Fiction Writers conference took place in San Antonio, Tex. from September 26-29, gathering 480 aspiring writers, authors, agents, and publishers, revealing trends and changes in the category. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2019-10-01 04:00:00 UTC ]
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Facebook is changing licensing terms for Watch shows, creating a dilemma for publishers

Facebook is increasingly seeking to buy publishers' shows outright for its Watch video tab, which would limit the money publishers could make from the platform. The post Facebook is changing licensing terms for Watch shows, creating a dilemma for publishers appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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Publishers have 'huge opportunity' in content marketing says Chowney

There is “huge opportunity” for the publishing industry to make money out of content marketing, an industry predicted to grow to $413bn (£305bn) by 2021. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Seven Ways Facebook's Big Algorithm Change Will Affect Marketers And Publishers

The social network is a fact of life for any company that creates content. And the new reality will require lots of adjustment.The day many marketers and publishers have dreaded has arrived: Facebook is changing its algorithm to send less traffic to content sites.Read Full Story Continue reading at Fast Company

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Changes (and Opportunities) in the Chinese Children's Market

Changes coming to the Chinese education system are aimed at increasing creative activities and broader curricula in lieu of old-school testing and homework. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Morris Publishing Creating New Digital Marketing Division

Morris Publishing Group is establishing a partnership with the local digital marketing team of magazine and newspaper publishing firm Hearst. Morris announced today that it reached an agreement with LocalEdge, a Hearst Media Services company, to re ... Continue reading at Editor & Publisher

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‘This change will take some time to figure out’: Here’s how Facebook is explaining its feed change to publishers

Brown said that because posts from friends will be weighted most heavily, people are likely to see less content from publishers, brands and celebrities. The post ‘This change will take some time to figure out’: Here’s how Facebook is explaining its feed change to publishers appeared first on... Continue reading at Digiday

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Canadian Publishing 2015: Changes to Canadian Copyright Law Continue to Hammer Publishers

According to a new report, changes to Canada’s copyright law have had devastating effects on educational publishers and will ultimately contribute to a decline in the quality and quantity of content available to students. Trade publishers say they, too, are feeling the impact. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishing In Russia 2012: Publishers in a Changing Industry

Despite the economic gloom, the number of titles produced annually in Russia continues to grow. The country is now #3 in terms of book production (approximately 125,000 new titles per year), after the U.S. and China. It also saw more than 20 million ebook downloads and some one million reading... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Lockdown is 'opportunity for systemic change', says Jhalak Prize founder

Sunny Singh, the co-founder of the Jhalak Prize, has said lockdown caused by the pandemic is an opportunity to reassess equality in the industry. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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‘A tale of two cities’: The coronavirus is creating a barbell effect for publishers’ ad sales

The coronavirus is causing many publishers to experience of bifurcation of their ad sales that’s led to an evaporation of the mid-sized deal. Many large digital publishers are finding the bulk of their deal flow is smaller deals. There are still the big fish to land with wide-ranging campaigns,... Continue reading at Digiday

[ Digiday | 2020-05-18 04:00:00 UTC ]
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Publishing for the future: how children’s books have changed in 20 years

Looking back and charting changes in a business as multi-faceted and all-encompassing as children’s books is a tricky business. Given that the peak titles from the past last a very long time while most titles fade away fairly fast and the least successful disappear surprisingly completely it is... Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Financial Results Varied for Publishers In 2019

Even disregarding the negative impact the new coronavirus will have on the U.S. economy this year, America’s largest publicly traded publishers had a challenging 2019. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Changes at Little Tiger Group as Truong made group publishing director

The Little Tiger Group is bringing all of its imprints—Little Tiger, Caterpillar, Stripes and 360 Degrees—under the Little Tiger brand, with Thomas Truong promoted to the role of group publishing director. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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StatShot: Publishing Sales Rose 1.8% in 2019

Industry sales rose 1.8% in 2019 over 2018 at the 1,361 publishers who report sales to AAP's StatShot program. Sales of adult books fell 2.7% in 2019 compared to 2018, while sales in the children/young adult segment rose 6.8%. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishers must change the story around neurodiversity

“Those people don’t read books, let alone write them.” These words were said to me as I sat in a meeting with some respected publishers. I had just explained that my work and research revolved around better representation for disabled and neurodivergent children.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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How 'American Dirt' controversy could change publishing industry

The "American Dirt" uproar is prompting the book industry to review, reenforce, and revamp plans to become more diverse and inclusive. The publishing industry is predominantly run by white women, according to a new study. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

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How 'American Dirt' controversy could change publishing industry

The "American Dirt" uproar is prompting the book industry to review, reenforce, and revamp plans to become more diverse and inclusive. The publishing industry is predominantly run by white women, according to a new study. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

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German book market posts small 2019 rise

Even though the holiday season was below par, Germany’s book market narrowly avoided another major disappointment and finished the year on a positive note. Overall sales were up in 2019 by 1.4% in value. In volume they followed a recent pattern and were down marginally, by 0.4%. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Publishing Stocks Fell in 2019

After beginning 2019 with 10 companies, the Publishers Weekly Stock Index was down to only eight members at the close of the year, losing Barnes & Noble and Simon & Schuster. The remaining companies saw their combined stock price decline by 9%. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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