Tagged: e-lending

Brussels hears further arguments in support of e-lending

Further plans for libraries to be able to lend e-books were discussed this week at the European Commission. Read more

EU e-lending ruling sparks book trade concerns

Publishers and booksellers associations have expressed concern over an e-lending ruling passed by the European Union which will see the lending of digital books in... Read more

'Assurances' for booksellers in wake of PRH e-lending trial

The book trade must "work together" to navigate potential disadvantages of e-book lending, the chief executive of the Booksellers Association, Tim Godfray, has said.... Read more

All PRH e-books available for loan

Penguin Random House UK is making its full catalogue of 23,500 e-books available for libraries to lend. Read more

Publishers must set own policies on remote e-lending

Publishers must shape their own policies on allowing their titles to be digitally loaned in libraries, according to Publishers Association c.e.o. Richard Mollet. His comments... Read more

Remote e-lending hits bookshop and library footfall

Pilots carried out into remote e-lending from libraries have found that e-books accounted for less than 5% of library loans, with footfall to libraries and... Read more

Godfray warns on library e-lending

Free e-lending in libraries could cause "serious damage" to the bookselling industry, Booksellers Association (BA) chief Tim Godfray has said. Speaking as part of the... Read more

Remote e-lending pilot project reveals half-year trends

Remote e-book lending in libraries leads to a "significant" increase in borrowing, but not to an increase in book buying, according to interim trends noted... Read more

Natur and Kultur: 'e-lending ups sales'

E-book library lending in Sweden does not lead to cannibalisation in sales, according to a new study by publisher Natur & Kultur.  In Sweden libraries... Read more

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