Publishers Lunch Opens Bookateria Online Store, Showcasing Books Making News
Publishers Lunch Bookateria is managed and merchandised by the Publishers Marketplace staff, and was built and will be powered by Random House, Inc., which is providing technology, staff and support services. “Random House, Inc. is committed to providing readers with more discovery opportunities for authors and their books. Powering new online bookselling environments like Bookateria will enable us to do just that,” said Amanda Close, Senior Vice President, Marketplace Development at Random House, Inc.
Cader concluded: "In today's world, helping to drive the discovery and sale of books is the focus of anyone who cares about authors, and the publishing industry that supports them. Bookateria lets us connect our exhaustive 24/7 coverage of the publishing industry directly to the books themselves.”
About Publishers Lunch
Publishers Lunch is the most widely-read daily trade publishing communication in the world, known as "publishing's essential daily read" to the 45,000 enrolled publishing professionals. PublishersMarketplace.com provides unique tools and databases to help industry professionals do business better electronically, including live reporting of hundreds of new book deals every week, driving millions of page views every monthly.
About Random House
Random House, Inc.'s mission is to connect readers worldwide to adult and children's fiction and nonfiction authors both familiar and new. It is home to more than 50 Nobel Prize laureates, 100 Pulitzer Prize winners, and many of the most widely read authors of our time. As the world's largest print and digital trade book publisher with 200 editorially-independent imprints, it publishes approximately 10,000 new books annually in print, digital, and audio formats, and sells more than 400 million books a year across the globe. Random House, Inc. (www.randomhouse.com) is the U.S. publishing group of Random House, the book division of Bertelsmann SE & Co. KGaA, one of the world's leading media companies.