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  • Distribution: Packt and O'Reilly Sign Deal

    O'Reilly Media has signed an agreement with global publisher Packt Publishing to distribute Packt's 1,200 e-books.

  • Distribution: Midpoint Trade Signs Deal with Atomic Fez

    Midpoint Trade Books has signed a distribution deal with Atomic Fez Publishing, a Vancouver-based publisher of genre-crossing fiction.

  • Print Output Rose in 2012

    The number of “traditionally” produced print titles rose 3.3% in 2012 to 301,642, according to new figures released Tuesday morning by R.R. Bowker.

  • Distribution: Ingram Adds APL and Maiden Lane Press as Clients

    Ingram Publisher Services Inc., announced the addition of two new publisher clients, APL Publishing and Maiden Lane Press.

  • Edward Brothers Malloy Consolidates Ann Arbor Offset Plants

    Citing the need to reduce excess offset manufacturing capacity and to free up resources to invest in digital manufacturing, Edwards Brothers Malloy is consolidating its two Ann Arbor, Mich. manufacturing plants into one facility.

  • Keeping the Green in Publishing

    With the publishing industry dealing with problems caused first by the Great Recession and then by the transition to a more digitally oriented marketplace, it is easy to think that environmental concerns have been pushed far down companies’ to-do lists.

  • Distribution: Lerner Partners with Scobre and Live Oak Media

    Lerner Publisher Services announced exclusive partnerships with Scobre and Live Oak Media.

  • Donnelley Expands Role with Wiley

    R. R. Donnelley has expanded its relationship with John Wiley & Sons, taking on warehousing, distribution and fulfillment services for Wiley's North American professional development and research products.

  • Distribution: RH and Osprey Renew

    Random House Publisher Services announced a multi-year extension of its sales and distribution partnership with Osprey Group.

  • BIEC Extends Survey Deadline

    The 2013 Book Industry Environmental Council (BIEC) has extended the deadline for industry members to fill out its latest survey that tracks the environmental progress of the book industry. The new deadline is July 12th.

  • Distribution: Charlesbridge and Random House Agree

    Charlesbridge Publishing and Random House Publisher Services have announced a multiyear sales and distribution partnership, effective January 1, 2014.

  • Distribution: IPG Signs Blue Manatee

    Independent Publishers Group will distribute Blue Manatee Press's full line of children's board books and middle grade paperbacks, effective immediately.

  • Quarto Switches to Hachette for Distribution

    Quarto, the U.K.-based illustrated book publisher and distributor, has signed a distribution agreement with Hachette, in the U.S. and the U.K.

  • Distribution: Columbia University Press Signs Two

    Beginning January 1, 2013, Columbia University Press began to distribute frontlist and backlist titles from Transcript and, in a separate deal, Jagiellonian University Press.

  • Tegge Joins Legato

    Jeff Tegge, former v-p of sales at IPG, has joined Legato Publishers Group, the recently established distribution unit of Perseus's PGW that Mark Suchomel is overseeing.

  • Distribution: RH and National Geographic Society Renew

    Random House and National Geographic Society have announced a multi-year extension of their sales and distribution partnership. They have partnered since 2005.

  • Ingram Offers New POD Options Through IngramSpark

    In an effort to streamline its print-on-demand offerings for small publishers, Ingram is launching IngramSpark, a program that will offer an inexpensive and easy-to-use platform for small publisher clients to distribute print and digital titles.

  • Distribution: Bird Street Books Signs with Ingram

    Bird Street Books has agreed with Ingram to manage the sales and distribution of their print, e-book, and audiobook titles.

  • Ingram, Courier Corp. Team Up

    Ingram and Courier Corp. have announced a partnership under which Courier will use Ingram’s print-on-demand and digital distribution services, and Ingram will use Courier’s printing capabilities to streamline workflow and speed delivery to retailers and readers worldwide.

  • Ingram Expands Printing Offerings

    Ingram is expanding the scope of the printing services it is offering to publishers through the launch of a program it is calling Life Print.

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