Tagged: Tom Weldon

2015: The shape of things to come

This time last year I wrote that we were just beginning to see the future shape of conglomerate publishing as the merger of Random... Read more

PRH strikes two-year partnership with National Literacy Trust

Penguin Random House has embarked on a two-year partnership with the National Literacy Trust. Read more

Audio, AI and audiences key for 2018

Book industry leaders are divided in terms of their outlook for 2018, with some optimistic about growth and others more cautious about the delicate state... Read more

Weldon 'positive' after PRH chart success

Penguin Random House UK chief executive Tom Weldon has highlighted the "breadth and range" of its publishing, after the group saw its market share of the... Read more

Next WriteNow mentees have stories that 'need to be told'

A bisexual woman with an anxiety disorder, a care leaver and a woman suffering from a genetic condition are among the 11 unpublished writers to... Read more

Weldon 'sick' at lack of working class people in publishing

Penguin Random House chief executive Tom Weldon has urged the industry to respond to the "really urgent commercial imperative" of reflecting working class experiences in books.... Read more

Kindle: a decade of publishing's game-changer

Trade figures reflect on a decade of e-reading since the launch of the Kindle. Read more

PRH staff in 'overwhelming' vote to accept new Collective Agreement

Union members at Penguin Random House have voted to accept the new Collective Agreement put forward last month by the publisher, with support said to... Read more

PRH selects 150 for WriteNow scheme

Penguin Random House has selected 150 budding authors for its WriteNow 2017 scheme as the publisher aims to “bring new perspectives to bookshelves across the... Read more

PRH selects its WriteNow mentees

Penguin Random House has released details of 12 writers from under-represented communities who have been invited onto its new, year-long WriteNow mentoring programme. Read more

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