A new BookNet Canada report on the state of the digital publishing landscape in Canada finds that 61% of surveyed publishers saw an increase in revenue from digital books in 2016
Design and programming skills will be put to the test at ebookcraft 2017 for the second year in a row, as ebook production professionals get ready to compete in So You Think You Can Code (SYTYCC) 2017.
In 2015, 72% of Canadian publishers pointed to accessibility when citing the driving forces behind their digital publishing programs, according to a new report from BookNet Canada. That's a 17% increase over 2014, making it the second-most popular reason behind the need to increase sales.
Canadian publishers’ digital publishing programs continue to progress, according to a report released today by BookNet Canada. The State of Digital Publishing in Canada 2014 lays out the results of a survey conducted by BookNet Canada in early 2015.