CJK Group will acquire the equipment and assume the customer contracts at the facility. The new entity will operate under the name Sheridan Kentucky and will align under the Sheridan division of the CJK Group.
Gasch Printing is bullish on books and positioned to serve the growing need for short-run book production. The full-service, all digital book printer is beefing up its business development team, recently hiring two experienced book professionals, Tim Dilli and Joe Upton.
The tool, named BMIsource, will allow users to either search the BMI Member Directory by various capabilities in order to reach out directly to manufacturers, or fill out a form with job details that will be sent to manufacturers to review and respond with a quote.
Open to BISG members and non-members, and featuring trivia questions about books, authors, and publishing, the hour-long event on May 21 will be held via Zoom and administered by CourseHorse, a New York City–based events platform.
The president of book manufacturer Bradford & Bigelow discusses the strategy behind a recently completed, $20 million expansion.
On March 30, PubWest released an open letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos encouraging his company to consider multiple ways to provide relief to the publishing industry during the COVID-19 epidemic, including waiving fees for qualified vendors on co-op, ASAP, and enhanced InStock protection, and treating books as “essential” goods.
David Cully, Janet McCarthy Grimm, and Rachel Comerford will be recognized at annual meeting in April.
On Tuesday, February 18, 2020, the Book Industry Guild of New York (BIGNY) will host Publishing Romance: Redefining What Love Looks Like. With more books featuring the LGBTQ+ community, plus characters of color and those living with disabilities, the event will discuss how the romance genre is evolving.
The London Book Fair is launching a new audiobook summit, at Audio HQ, at LBF on Tuesday, March 10 – including speakers from Nielsen Book, PRH, APA and Dosdoce.
The Book Industry Study Group (BISG) announced that James Daunt, named CEO of Barnes & Noble in August of 2019, will deliver the closing keynote at the 2020 Annual Meeting of Members, which will take place at the Harvard Club of New York on April 24, 2020.
Subscription services for digital music, movies, and TV shows are all very popular nowadays, but for ebooks, they aren’t. Although ebook subscription services have existed for several years, they have yet to take off. That’s going to change in the coming decade: by the end of the 2020s, we’ll see subscription ebooks become as ubiquitous…
Conference will bring together publishers, manufacturers, and other segments of the supply chain to help educate those involved in printing books.
Pearson signaled a strategic commitment to the digital future of higher education, affordability and lifelong learning by announcing it is breaking from the traditional education publishing model of lengthy and expensive print revisions.
Hanover, PA — Akadémiai Kiadó is relaunching their AKJournals publishing program―60+ peer-reviewed STM titles―on Sheridan PubFactory’s online hosting platform. Balázs Réffy, CEO, Akadémiai Kiadó said: “As the most prestigious STM publishing organization in Central and Eastern Europe, we are driven to invest in our scientific communities and in technologies that enable us to increase global…
New York, NY (May 6, 2019) – The Book Industry Study Group (BISG) has published a white paper on “Exploring Open Access Ebook Usage”. The paper, co-authored by Brian O’Leary (BISG) and Kevin Hawkins (University of North Texas), is the product of an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-funded project, “Understanding Open Access Ebook Usage: Toward A…