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Pictures of the week

This week's pictures round-up features the IPG's annual spring conference, the launch of a YouTuber's LGBTQ+ lifeguide and the first ever children's book sent into space.... Read more

Print book buying squeeze in US libraries to continue, Anderson tells IPG

Academic libraries in the US are buying fewer and fewer print books, and that trend is only going to continue, the University of Utah's Rick... Read more

Faber named Publisher of the Year at IPG awards

Faber & Faber scooped the top prize at this year’s IPG Independent Publishing Awards, being named Ingram Content Group Independent Publisher of the Year.... Read more

Rajan warns power of data should 'fill publishers with dread'

Amol Rajan has warned publishers have to harness the power of data, as bookseller Tamsin Rosewell told the Independent Publishers Guild conference it was time... Read more

Publishers need to shift to subscription service 'mindset', says Zuora boss

Publishers need to start setting up their own subscription services and understand that revenues will come further down the line, managing editor of software firm... Read more

Stop millennials using phones at work, IPG told

Publishers looking to keep millennial workers engaged should have set times when no-one looks at their smartphones or laptops, leadership coach Mark Leruste told the... Read more

Machine learning and AI to overhaul production in three years, IPG hears

Machine learning and AI is going to be a key part of publishing in the next three years, liberating professionals from some of the production... Read more

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