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ReadingZone revamps website to hook reluctant readers

Children’s books website ReadingZone.com is relaunching with a new look and additional features, with support from Arts Council England.   ... Read more

Hatchards launches first transactional website

Bookseller Hatchards has today (17th February) unveiled its first transactional website, designed and built in a partnership between the Waterstones e-commerce, IT and Hatchards teams. ... Read more

Granta launches new website

Granta Books and Granta magazine have launched a new joint website. Read more

LoveReading unveils expansion under new owners

Book recommendation website LoveReading has unveiled a raft of changes including an interactive 'kids zone', a specific review facility for self-published authors, a podcast series and plans... Read more

Daunt Books launches two new websites

 Daunt Books has unveiled two new websites dedicated to its books and publishing arms designed and built by booksellers. The platforms aim to give customers... Read more

Penguin Random House launches new US site

Penguin Random House in the US has launched a new consumer-facing website under a unified branding. The site, PenguinRandomHouse.com, has been designed by... Read more

App for Granta magazine

Flagship literary publication Granta is aiming to improve its digital offering with a new app and an improved search function on the website.... Read more

IET launches major video website

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has launched a website containing the world's largest collection of video content in its fields. The IET.tv platform... Read more

PA launches revamped website

The Publishers Association has launched a new website which will “allow for greater interaction between the PA, its members and others in the publishing community”.... Read more

PRH to launch Penguin-branded consumer site

Penguin Random House UK is to launch a multi-million pound Penguin-branded consumer website in the second half of this year, but chief executive Tom Weldon... Read more

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