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  • Books in Browsers 2013 Livestream

    Watch the Books in Browsers event livestreaming right now!

  • Dohle Bites: Highlights from Markus Dohle’s Talk at Frankfurt

    Notable quotes from the CEO of the world's largest trade publisher on Amazon, the future of print, self-publishing, and more.

  • Graphic Novels Rise 6% in Q3; Comixology, Viz Europe Ink Deal

    The graphic novel market reported sales growth of 6% in the third quarter of 2013, according to the annual industry White Paper; and Comixology, the digital comics vendor and marketplace, announced a digital distribution agreement with Viz Media Europe and released some consumer data.

  • ICv2 Comics Ahead! Confab Kicks Off New York Comic Con

    Slated to be held the day before New York Comic Con 2013 opens, ICv2's Comics Ahead! conference is a half-day of panels devoted to examining the growth in comics and graphic novels over the last two years and discussing ways to continue the expansion in the immediate future.

  • BookMachine Kicks Off Launch with Global Publishing Event

    BookMachine, a U.K.-based social media-driven publishing skills exchange, is kicking off the launch of its online platform,, with a Global Publishing Event that will be held simultaneously in six cities on September 25.

  • ALA 2013: Richard Ford, Timothy Egan Win Carnegie Medals at Packed ALA

    The Carnegie Medals highlight what has been a very strong ALA annual conference, featuring great authors and speakers, a jammed exhibit floor, and high attendance.

  • ALA 2013: Jaron Lanier Tells Librarians Why Information Shouldn't Be Free

    Lanier told librarians that the digital architecture we have chosen so far represents the “the wrong kind of openness, and the wrong kind of free.”

  • ALA 2013: The Day Congressman John Lewis Got his Library Card

    On hand to celebrate the first book of his new three-part graphic retelling of the civil rights movement from, March, Lewis told librarians of a special day in his life, some 25 years earlier.

  • SCIBA Announces Inaugural Summer Reading Retreat

    SCIBA booksellers and publisher members are invited to the La Quinta Resort near Palm Springs, Calif. to relax and read in July

  • BISG’s MIP 2013: A New World of Big Data, Complexity and Collaboration

    In a morning of presentations focused on the growing importance of Big Data, mobile computing and self-publishing on industry decision-making, The Book Industry Study Group’s Making Information Pay Conference featured a variety of panelists at its May 15 event.

  • O'Reilly Ends TOC Conference

    Tools of Change, the first industry wide conference to address the impact of digital technology on book publishing, is being discontinued by O’Reilly Media.

  • Conference Report: Beyond PDF 2

    Academic results have been bundled into journals to facilitate their sharing since 1665, noted attendees at the recent Beyond PDF 2, conference, in Amsterdam. But the Web has brought with it an opportunity to blow up and remake academic publishing.

  • SXSW 2013: Self-Publishing, David Carr and the ‘Theology of Free’

    Despite a year at SXSW Interactive that seems to have both a big spurt in attendance and fewer book publishing focused panels, there were still some useful discussions of the evolution of publishing in the digital era and its financial underpinnings.

  • Digital Kids Conference Focuses on Content Creation

    Computer and mobile device users view four billion videos on YouTube every day. That was one of the statistics used by Victor Lee, v-p digital marketing at Hasbro, to illustrate to attendees at the Digital Kids conference held earlier this week the type of competition they face in competing for children's time.

  • TOC 2013: Teicher Says State of Indie Bookselling is Strong

    American Bookseller Association CEO Oren Teicher used a Thursday morning ToC session to offer a sort of State-of-the-Union for the independent bookselling trade—and, he told attendees, the state of the indie union is, counter to the prevailing wisdom, strong.

  • TOC 2013: Tim O’Reilly Tells Publishers to ‘Work on Stuff that Matters’

    For the first time in three years, Tim O’Reilly stood on stage and addressed Tools of Change, the conference he started seven years ago, kicking off the show with a keynote talk that offered attendees some perspective on how far digital publishing has come, along with a healthy dose of optimism for where it’s heading.

  • Live from Tools of Change 2013: The Keynote

    PW presents the livestreamed keynote speech from the 2013 O'Reilly Tools of Change conference:

  • Digital Delivery and Higher Education at BISG’s MIP Confab

    In the third annual focus on Higher Ed Publishing in The Book Industry Study Group’s series of Making Information Pay conferences, speakers offered a wealth of data that show a college textbook market moving slowly but surely to digital delivery, the illicit support for, and rise of, shadow digital libraries and growing popularity of digital learning systems offering interactivity and analytics as well traditional content.

  • Kobo, Book Discovery and More at Digital Book World 2013

    Digital Book World 2013 wrapped up this year’s conference with presentations from e-book retailer Kobo on its partnership with U.S. Indies, the evolving state of book discovery and e-book retail and a roundtable response to the Penguin/Random merger and business models likely to come from it.

  • Publishers Focus on a Complex Future at Digital Book World 2013

    The annual Digital Book World conference opened yesterday with a host of industry executives trying to make sense of a new and complex publishing reality.

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