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    In a Swift Decision, Judge Eviscerates Internet Archive’s Scanning and Lending Program

    After nearly three years of litigation, federal judge John G. Koeltl ruled that the Internet Archive infringed the copyrights of four plaintiff publishers by scanning print editions of their books and lending them online. The ruling comes just days after a March 20 hearing.

  • Publisher News

    Blackstone Grows Beyond Its Audiobook Roots

    Blackstone Publishing has built a backlist of about 800 print and 950 e-book titles since it released its first books in those formats in 2016. The goal now, company president Anthony Goff said, is to continue to ramp up production across all formats.

  • Bookselling

    Print Sales Up 2.9% in Mid-March

    With gains in all major categories but adult nonfiction, overall unit sales of print books rose 2.9% in the week ended Mar. 18, 2023, compared to the similar week in 2022, at outlets that report to Circana BookScan.

  • Obituaries

    Remembering Pat Schroeder

    Tina Jordan, deputy editor of the 'New York Times Book Review,' and former Macmillan CEO John Sargent share memories of working with the former American Booksellers Association CEO over 12 very active years.

  • Bookselling

    This Week's Bestsellers: March 27, 2023

    Oprah's Book Club's latest pick, 'Hello Beautiful,' has a big first week. Plus, Paris Hilton's memoir is a hit, and 'The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse: The Animated Story' gets an Oscar bump.

  • Publisher News

    NYU Takes On Yale Publishing Program

    The five-day NYU Advanced Publishing Institute course for current mid-to senior-level book professionals will focus on the challenges facing publishers today, how to reach readers in new and effective ways, and the changing climate and culture of the book business.

  • Libraries

    Is Controlled Digital Lending on Borrowed Time?

    At a long-awaited hearing last week, a federal judge sounded skeptical of the Internet Archive’s program to scan and lend library books.

  • Religion

    Colleen Hoover’s Effect on Christian Romance

    Religion publishers discuss the star author’s impact on the category of contemporary Christian romance.

  • Religion

    Redefining Christian Fiction

    Religion publishers discuss an evolution in Christian novels: clean is still king, but faith-based content can vary.

  • Religion

    Religious Publishers Remain Faithful to Fiction

    Inspirational and faith-based fiction expands its subgenres and finds a ripe market of readers.

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