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AR will help reading win the screen-time battle

Bookful's Benny Arbel explains how AR technology can help children engage with stories and information. Read more

Reading the future

Can virtual reading define a new type of book format? Recent studies suggest the future of reading is by no means set in stone.  ... Read more

Hachette’s new clothes

Philip Jones reflects on Hachette's acquisition of Bookouture and what it means for both parties. Read more

The least favoured

Philip Jones analyses Amazon's new e-book offer, what led to it and what it could mean for the future of the e-book market. Read more

Pottermore’s publishing push

Philip Jones reflects on Pottermore's latest move and explores the future of the business. Read more

Changing the game

Philip Jones on why Hachette UK’s acquisition of mobile games company Neon Play could be a game-changer. Read more

Will recommendation algorithms always be trumped by the personal touch?

In a market with seemingly endless choice, Michael Bhaskar asks if recommendation algorithms will always be trumped by the personal touch? Read more

Cat's cradle

Content industries are defined by the formats they use, confined by the speed at which they operate, and refined by the way their audience behaves.... Read more

Breaking the page

Think about the book of the future. The possibilities are endless . . . and tempting. We can add video, multiple narra- tive paths and... Read more

Hope and glory

I have spent much of the past six months thinking through how digital impacts this business, as part of the process of programming The Bookseller’s... Read more

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