Dohle urges publishing to unite ‘polarised world’

Dohle urges publishing to unite ‘polarised world’

Penguin Random House worldwide chief executive Markus Dohle gave a bullish assessment of post-pandemic publishing in a talk at yesterday’s Frankfurt Book Fair, stressing its renewed role in helping “society to come together and heal from what has become a really, really polarised world”.

Dohle, who attended the event in person as a show of support to FBF, was interviewed by Porter Anderson, editor-in-chief of Publishing Perspectives. He used the moment to reiterate his view that this is the best time to be in the books business, with global spend on long-form content rising, its reachable ...

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