Relaunch of Barnes and Noble’s Nook app adds audiobooks, and libraries criticise platforms distributing self-published conspiracy titles.
AuthorSHARE will pay royalties to authors for sales of second hand books. Amazon faces antitrust lawsuit over marketplace.
What the Barnes and Noble data breach means, Spotify moves further towards spoken word, and a new tool for libraries.
BookClub seeks to take book clubs online and let readers aske questions direct to authors, and bookstores need book sales.
For the next edition of the Alliance of Independent Authors International Insights hosted by Mark Williams of The New Publishing Standard, we’re moving on to global book distributors. Specifically, Apple, Google Play and Nook.
James Daunt commits to ebooks and Nook, what's happening with Independent Bookstore Day, Spotify moves into audiobooks.
Barnes and Noble struggle with royalties to ebook distribution platforms, Patreon lays off staff, and good news for bokosellers might not be what it seems.
The fate of audiobooks during the coronavirus crisis is unclear: some publishers are very concerned but in Europe streaming is booming. And Publishers Weekly launch #booksareessential
the book world moves to online events, Barnes and Noble warns of delays to royalty payments, and libraries turn to ebooks
Internet Archive and its National Emergency Library sparks piracy claims, print sales in crisis while Storytel capitalises on digital boom
Educational publishing offers opportunities for indies, as does the changing way people are reading - more on mobiles, less on ereaders.
James Daunt officially takes over at Barnes & Noble, announcing a new Nook, and a new campaign seeks to cut tax on ebooks.