At BookExpo America last week, Copyright Clearance Center business development director Chris Kenneally led a panel discussion called “Self-Publishing: Disruptor or Defender of the Book Business?” You can watch the CSPAN coverage of the event online....
Earlier this year, Book Business magazine published a cover story titled "Who Are You?" that delved into the issue of publishers and branding. The story suggested that now—especially in this time of digital content and Internet discovery—book publishers need to get sophisticated about their branding efforts.
In the new installment of the Copyright Clearance Center's Beyond The Book podcast, Christopher Keanneally, the CCC's Director, Business Development (and a member of Book Business's editorial advisory board) interviews Lynn Rosen, Editorial Director of the Publishing Business Group.
GlueJar Founder and CEO Eric Hellman and is interviewed by Chris Kenneally in the latest ‘Beyond the Book’ podcast from the Copyright Clearance Center. From the Blurb Posted on the Beyond the Book web page: We want to offer rightsholders the opportunity to get a one-time payment in exchange for making their books into Creative [...]
(Press Release) David "Skip" Prichard, President and CEO of Ingram Content Group, will offer his unique view of the future of books and the publishing world at the 27th annual IBPA Publishing University, to be held in New York City prior to BEA at the Javits Center on May 22-23.
Chris Kenneally speaks with James McQuivey, Forrester Vice President and Principal Analyst, about what the next 12 months may bring for the publishing industry.
With educational sessions organized into three distinct levels—beginner, more experienced and poised for growth—independent book publishers ranging from newbies to seasoned veterans gathered at The Roosevelt Hotel in New York City, May 24-25, to attend the 26th-annual Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) Publishing University. According to IBPA President Florrie Binford Kichler, this year marked "a radical departure" in format from years past. "Rather than organizing the event by specific tracks such as marketing, promotion, finance, etc., the more than 20 break-out sessions instead featured topics custom-tailored for publishers in three stages of their careers," said Kichler.