ALLi members Clare Flynn and Jemma Hatt win the 2020 Selfies Awards, and the Internet Archive gets into trouble over accusations of piracy
How CoVid 19 is changing the way the book industry works from writers helping writers to how we think of books. And questions about Bookstat
The end of sales tax on ebooks in the UK and the impact of coronavirus: libraries with a leading role in delivering digital reading and Amazon's priorities.
Coronavirus continues to have an impact on book conference season;details of ALLi's Self-publishig Advice Conference; new research into reading habits.
This week has been about whether coronavirus would cause London Book Fair to be cancelled. Wattpad introduce a new feature to support mature content.
Ingram Spark announces new content guidelines and a review of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act begins while Coronavirus hits book fairs.
A BBC documentary looks at what Amazon knows about the way you use your Kindle. New research will look at whether other media poses a threat to reading.
What does the Audioble Captions settlement mean for indies? Audio HQ at London Book Fair. ArtificiaI Intelligence and copyright law
As figures for 2019 in the book industry continue to come in, we ask what our relationship with data should be, and ask why publishers are pulling their titles from Storytel.
Audio platforms continue to expand, record numbers of ebooks and audiobooks are downloaded from libraries through Overdrive
The Audible Captions dispute is close to a resolution, which is more than can be said about the controversy engulfing the Romance Writers of America.
Rakuten sells Overdrive to the same equity firm that bought audiobook platform RB Media, and Romance Writers of America implodes.