Canadian and international resources for further reading on diversity in the book publishing industry.
We take a look at how people are acquiring new books in the age of Netflix and subscription business models.
Don’t drill a hole into your hard drives just yet. Find out what the GDPR is all about and what you can do to stay on top of data collection and privacy at your organization.
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.
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.
For Canada Day we present you with the top 10 Canadian-authored books of 2015 for fiction, non-fiction and middle grade/YA, courtesy of SalesData and that handy-dandy Canadian marker.
Don't miss Kaya Thomas, creator of the IOS app We Read Too, deliver her inspirational talk on opportunities for diversity in publishing.
We want your diverse catalogues! Wondering how you can showcase your diverse titles in CataList? We're here to show you how.