Book adaptations attract on average 58% higher viewership of ‘high-end’ TV productions than original screenplays.
The first Publishing Assistant Apprentices have completed their training. We caught up with former apprentice, Zoe Mair, and Pearson's Head of Apprenticeships, Anne Ashworth, to ask them about their experiences.
On Wednesday 28th April, the Publishers Association's Annual General Meeting took place virtually to reflect on achievements in 2020 and to mark the first opportunity to celebrate the Publishers Association's 125th Anniversary.
Stephen Lotinga, CEO of the Publishers Association, looks back on 2020. 2020 was an extraordinary year. Bookshops were closed for much of it, learning became increasingly online, and many important events were postponed or cancelled.
Exploring the Chinese Market is the first in our series for publishers. The session gives an overview of the market as well as the shape and size of the digital market (e-books and audio). Learn more about the region from our expert speakers on the state of publishing, distribution, retail and rights.
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.
Liz Ferguson (VP Editorial Development at Wiley and Chair of our Academic Publishers Council) and Andrew Robinson (Director of Higher Education EMEA at Cengage Learning and Chair of our Higher & Further Education Publishers Council) write about the highlights and trends for academic and professional, higher and further education publishing in 2019. 2019 saw the…
Jane Harley, UK Policy & Partnerships Director at Oxford University Press and Chair of our Education Publishers Council, writes about the highlights and trends for education publishing in 2019. In these challenging times, it is good to look back on 2019 and reflect on some of the positives. Our expanding global customer base demonstrates the…
David Shelley, CEO of Hachette UK and Chair of our Consumer Publishers Council, writes about the highlights and trends for consumer publishing in 2019. 2019 was another stellar year for consumer publishing. Sales income was up 3.5% to almost £2bn and both print and digital formats saw increases. Taking a broader view, the picture remains…