Talking Pictures Awards Submissions Open
The contest, part of a cultural initiative of the New York Rights Fair celebrating excellence in book design in five categories, is now open for submissions for its 2019 awards.
New York Rights Fair, BookExpo Sign Partnership Agreement
The organizers of the New York Rights Fair and BookExpo have announced a multiyear partnership for joint management of the fair.
New York Rights Fair Maps a Booming Marketplace
The inaugural New York Rights Fair brought 70 literary agents, scouts, foreign rights associates, film producers, literary managers, and other publishing professionals from all over the world together to talk shop.
NYRF 2018: Money, Status Will Drive More Diversity
There is an eager audience of consumers for diverse books and films that is being neglected by gatekeepers, a panel of experts at the New York Rights Fair said.
NYRF 2018: Streaming Services Widen the Media Landscape
At the New York Rights Fair, authors and publishing professionals sought to learn more about a book-to-film marketplace that’s been disrupted by a proliferation of streaming services.
NYRF 2018: The Audiobook Market Grows Globally
A panel at the New York Rights Fair featuring Storytel, audiobooks.com, and Kobo saw discussions about how the audiobook market is evolving around the world.
NYRF 2018: Panelists Share Blockbuster Secrets
At the New York Rights Fair, panelists shattered the old publishing myth that American publishers ignore foreign books, highlighting campaigns that made foreign books successful in the United States.
NYRF 2018: Exporting Scandinavian Storytelling
At the New York Rights Fair, panelists explored the proud tradition of Scandinavian crime fiction and its ongoing evolution.
New York Rights Fair Announces Innovator Sessions
The New York Rights Fair has announced two new sessions on innovation in international rights and licensing for its inaugural fair, which will be held from May 30 to June 1 at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York.
AAR Curates Audio Panel at New York Rights Fair
Executives from Storytel and Kobo offer insights into the meteoric rise of audiobooks in the U.S. and abroad.
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