The economic impact of the potential new Open Access (OA) policy from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is detailed in a new report published today.
The latest findings of the Publishers Association’s UK publishing workforce survey show that while publishing continues to meet its target to employ at least 50% women in senior roles within five years, there has been little progress in its other target of increasing the ethnic diversity of employees.
The shortlist for the 2020 Parliamentary Book Awards, the only political book awards voted for by parliamentarians, has been unveiled today, including titles by David Lammy, broadcaster Iain Dale, former Sheffield Mayor Magid Magid, broadcaster and journalist Helen Lewis, and The Secret Barrister.
The Publishers Association, Pop Up Projects and House of Illustration have partnered to host five webinars which aim to support the professional development of aspiring and emerging illustrators from underrepresented and marginalised communities.
We spoke to Dan Conway, Director of External Affairs at the Publishers Association, and Catherine Etienne, Senior Associate at Frontier Economics, about what the People plus Machines: The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Publishing report tells us about AI and publishing.
Catherine Etienne, Senior Associate at Frontier Economics, writes about her experience researching and writing the People Plus Machines: The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Publishing report.
The Publishers Association is delighted to present a list of Best New Voices in audiobook publishing for Love Audio Week. All of the audiobooks included in the list have been nominated by members of our Audio Publishers Group to showcase some of the most exciting new talent in audio narration.
#LoveAudio - a celebration of audiobooks - returns for a fourth year and will run from Monday 21 to Friday 25 September 2020.