The European Commission (EC) has confirmed that Amazon has offered to remove controversial Most Favoured Nation (MFN) clauses in e-book contracts and is asking publishers for feedback on the pledges.
The EC has given publishers in Europe one month to respond to the e-commerce giant’s offer not to enforce any clause requiring publishers to give Amazon similar terms and conditions as those given to its competitors, known as MFN clauses.
Children aged 9-16 spend as much time reading online as reading print materials, although the number of young people reading books, comics and magazines drops in the teenage years, according to a new report.
While customers are still asking for the same product — the journal article — they want it in increasingly new places, different formats, with easier access, and faster. Our guide will help you answer five critical questions about your workflow, understand where you can make changes, and how to implement them.
What if there were a way to crowdfund the fight against peer-to-peer copyright infringement, while getting rid of DRM restrictions that prevent you from using the reader app you prefer? That's the goal behind new DRM platform Custos for eBooks, which integrates Bitcoin bounties with digital watermarking to reward people for reporting pirate ebook sightings. But…
Perhaps the reason print book sales are on the rise has nothing to do with coloring books, digital fatigue, the “ebook fad” or book store appeal. Data Guy has offered a different reason based on the data he has scraped for Author Earnings. To start, independent book store sales are up 5 percent from 2015, but…
Richard Brooks is a Researcher at Coventry University and the Project Manager of the Arts and Humanity Research Council project ‘Hidden Story’. At the recent FutureBook conference in London the ‘Audiobook Revolution’ was hailed as offering opportunities for publishers to reach a new demographic keen to listen to drama on the move. Yet audiobooks in …
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