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Facing exhaustion

It’s hardly a catchy term, and discussion about it quickly becomes mired in impenetrable language, but the issue of “international rights exhaustion” should be at... Read more

Blended learnings

Blended learnings

The advance of digital textbooks through lockdowns has meant a re-evaluation of the sector is long overdue, and it will require collaboration Read more

Nevertheless, they persisted

This week the Publishers Association released full-year sales numbers for 2020 showing that the invoiced value of UK publisher sales of books, journals and rights/coeditions... Read more

The bigger picture

Philip Jones shares his thoughts on the Publishers Association’s Publishing Yearbook 2019. Read more

Book adaptations into screen and stage: a powerful two-way street

Frontier Economics' Andrew Leicester examines the mutually beneficial relationship between literature and adaptations. Read more

The commitments

Philip Jones addresses the Publishers Association's industry-wide action plan to tackle inclusivity, and why it is needed. Read more

Corporate chorus

Last week I made a comment about the many hands working—often behind the scenes—to make the book business happen. Unleashing this talent, these many voices,... Read more

Election implications

With David Cameron capable of forming a government free of the need to negotiate red lines in darkened rooms, what are the likely implications for... Read more

First publishing assistant apprentices complete training and secure jobs

The inaugural cohort of "driven, enthusiastic" publishing assistant apprentices have completed their training, with 15 out of the 16 continuing to work in the publishing industry on graduating.... Read more

LoveAudio campaign returns with online events

#LoveAudio, the Publishers Association's annual audiobook campaign, will return for a fifth year this month. Read more

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