How big is the book piracy issue and what can publishers do to protect their titles?
This month's podcast looks back at some of the highlights from Tech Forum and ebookcraft 2018.
In this month's podcast, we're diving deep into some practical steps you can take towards creating born-accessible digital content.
This month we talk about Kobo's audiobook program and Book*hug's record label.
This month BookNet's president and CEO, Noah Genner, chats about the state of the market, the biggest shakeups in the industry, what we can expect for next year, and more.
This month we're talking with Léonicka Valcius about how to interrogate and rethink in-house processes and assumptions when publishing diverse books, including acquisitions, audience identification, setting priorities, and building in-house excitement.
Murder, organized crime, and....well, more murder. This month's episode is all about true crime, from recent bestsellers to the evolution of the genre.
Allie Chenoweth, Marketing & Promotions Coordinator at Second Story Press, joins us to talk about their approach on this month's podcast.
To occupy our time in between binge-watching TV shows based on books, we've spent the past few weeks mulling over one burning question how do television adaptations influence sales of the books they're based on?
If you've considered launching your own podcast, either for your publishing house, bookstore, or your own books, but you haven't started, it's time to hop on the bandwagon and go full throttle.