Publishers create a lot of content, generally the content lives until the book goes out of print and the digital version goes out of spec. But this content can be broken down into smaller components and reused elsewhere.
With the recent resurgence of brick-and-mortar bookstores and the plateauing of ebook sales, David Sax sees a bright future ahead for physical books and the people who love them.
Is the print book as a technology underrated? We discuss in this episode of BookNet Canada's Podcast.
Recently, the ONIX International Steering Committee announced a general statement of intent that ONIX 2.1 code lists should become truly and fully static. What does that mean for you?
We talked to Sarah MacLachlan, President and Publisher of House of Anansi, and Meghan MacDonald, Director of Digital Product Development and Consumer Insights at Penguin Random House Canada, to learn more about what made these two publishers enter the brick-and-mortar bookstore business.
Canadian Heritage's 'Canadian Content in a Digital World Consultations' project had a #DigiCanCon event yesterday in Toronto. Here are some of the discussions.
Publishers opening their own physical bookstores seems to be all the rage these days. We sit down with two Canadian publishers to talk about their new shops and why they've decided to take the plunge into brick-and-mortar.
Last year, Canadians bought 52.6 million books—but where and how did they buy them? From awareness to decision to action, we asked Canadian book buyers to tell us all about their purchases.
If you produce ONIX files, you should be aware that EDItEUR’s schema validation, which is used to ensure your data is loadable and readable by data receivers, is about to get stricter. You can find out how to get ready by reading all about it here.
This week, Derrick Schultz shares a tale of two cultures: publishers with their rich history vs. the talented digital employees who have come to “disrupt” everything. This talk is a sometimes humorous, sometimes frustrating, but ultimately optimistic look at the future of the people behind the books.