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PA in the News 2014

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  • Sustainability and the literature sector Bookbrunch: Peter Hughes reports on a Free Word event that examined how publishing can pursue sustainable strategies. 30 June 2014
  • PA backs smartphone content competition The Bookseller: The Publishers Association (PA) is looking for small businesses to create content for smartphones as part of a new competition launched by IC Tomorrow, part of the UK Technology Strategy Board. 03 June 2014
  • PA welcomes pressure on Google over piracy Bookbruch: Publishers Association Chief Executive Richard Mollet has described as "very timely" a report by Mike Weatherly MP, intellectual property advisor to David Cameron, arguing that Google is not doing enough to curb online piracy. 30 May 2014
  • PA AGM: Harman seeks killer message to promote creativity BookBrunch: Publishers Association Chief Executive Richard Mollet has described as "very timely" a report by Mike Weatherly MP, intellectual property advisor to David Cameron 09 May 2014
  • PA AGM: Knight takes over, Prior is Vice-President Dominic Knight of Palgrave succeeded Nick Fowler of Elsevier as Publishers Association (PA) President at the PA annual general meeting yesterday (8 May). 09 May 2014
  • PA looks to 'strengthen its voice' The Bookseller: The Publishers Association can “strengthen its voice and extend its reach” in the coming year, new president Dominic Knight has said. 09 May 2014
  • Harman: UK can 'pay its way in the world' through literature The Bookseller: People who create content need to be protected, Harriet Harman told The Publishers Association today (8th May). 19 May 2014
  • PA Yearbook shows 2% fall in 2013 UK sales The Bookseller: The invoiced value of UK publishers' annual sales fell 2% in 2013 to £3.39bn, with sales of physical books falling by 5% and sales of digital products rising 19%, to £509m. 02 May 2014
  • The 'right' to readThe Bookseller: On 23rd April as we in the UK celebrate World Book Night, the European Bureau of Libraries, Information & Document Associations (EBLIDA) and its UK off-shoot CILIP, are launching their “Right to E-Read” campaign, t 17 April 2014
  • Better read than dead: why books will endure The Independent: By adopting the methods of their online rivals, traditional publishers can ensure a bright future. 11 April 2014
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