As digital downloads and podcasts make audio content more accessible than ever, audiobooks are becoming increasingly popular. In our new study, we take a look at who is listening to audiobooks and why, how audiobook consumers access content, and whether they’re finding the audiobooks they’re looking for. Download your free copy.
It’s awards season! Check out the nominees for the Governor General’s Literary Awards, the Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for Nonfiction, the Scotiabank Giller Prize, and the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize on CataList.
Plus, we also have catalogues for the Forest of Reading awards.
BISAC to Thema Translator
Thema subject classifications are the best way to make your metadata international. If you’re using BISAC codes now, our new translator is a free and easy way to get started with Thema.
Our annual market research report is out, with information on over 50 subject categories and how they performed in 2014. This guide is an indispensable tool for publishers, booksellers, librarians, authors, and anyone interested or involved in the Canadian book industry. Check out a sample spread and get your copy!
From book consumer demographics and buying patterns, to the impact of discovery channels, to ebook trends, this series of research reports provides valuable insight into Canadian book buyers. For more information and to purchase→
How does book-buying behaviour differ across Canada?
Coast to Coast explores the regional similarities and differences in place of purchase, purchase motivation, impulsivity, and more. Download the free report [PDF]→
From the Press Room
Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at 2:10PM
BookNet Canada and Retail Council of Canada are pleased to announce the launch of the Indie Bestsellers List, featuring bestselling fiction, non-fiction, and juvenile titles.
Monday, June 23, 2014 at 9:00AM
In 2013, the majority of Canadians who read ebooks used e-readers, but mobile reading on smartphones is on the rise.
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