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12 June 2015

The PA Comments on Nick Gibb’s Policy Exchange Speech

12th June 2015 Commenting on Nick Gibb’s speech at the Policy Exchange, Richard Mollet said: “We are delighted that the importance of textbooks and the value they bring to teaching and the classroom has been highlighted this evening by the Minister of State for Schools.  Education publishers continue to work closely with teachers and education…

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05 June 2015

Pilot Study on Remote E-Lending

5 June 2015 The remote e-lending pilot study, jointly commissioned by the Society of Chief Librarians and The Publishers Association, funded via the British Library Trust and Arts Council England (ACE) and developed and delivered by MTM London, has been instrumental in helping stakeholders – publishers, agents, authors, booksellers and libraries – better understand the…

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26 May 2015

Publishers Win High Court Support in Fight Against Infringement

26th May 2015 The High Court has today granted The Publishers Association’s application under Section 97A of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 for a blocking order against the main UK ISPs. The order applies to 7 websites which have been found to contain substantial amounts of infringing content. Within 10 working days BT,…

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18 May 2015

Call for Applications: Publishing Trade Mission to Brazil

18th May 2015   The PA and UKTI Brazil are inviting publishers to attend a publishing trade mission to Brazil to coincide with the Rio de Janeiro biennial book fair. The trade mission will visit Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo from 30th August – 6th September 2015 and will encompass a variety of arranged…

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07 May 2015

Latest PA Figures Show Digital Innovation Driving Publisher Revenues

8th May 2015 – UK book and journal publishing a £4.3 billion sector  – Digital revenues account for 35%  – UK publishers performing strongly in export markets   Figures released today by The Publishers Association reveal the UK publishing industry to be maintaining its strength, diversity and innovation.  Overall book and academic journal sales remain steady…

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27 March 2015

Reading for Pleasure Roadshow Hits Oxford

27th March 2015 The Publishers Association, members of the Read On. Get On. campaign, are calling on Oxford’s literature-lovers to take action to get children reading, as The PA’s  Reading for Pleasure Roadshow hits the Oxford Literature Festival.  Every year one in five children in England, including over a third of the poorest children, leave…

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11 March 2015

PA Guide to Copyright Exceptions Print Impairment

 The reforms to the copyright exception which came into force last year to facilitate the supply of accessible copies of copyright works, and the upcoming ratification of the Marrakesh Treaty, means this is a time of considerable change for print disabled people and publishers.   The PA, under the auspices of  its Accessibility Action Group, is…

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