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This Audiobook Was Narrated By No One
12:56A shift from analog to digital voices would lower production costs, lead to greater choice in titles, and mean a lot less work for Hollywood actors between pictures.
Will Romance Readers Fall For Subscriptions?
17:37Romance readers have long been comfortable with digital because digital can keep up with their voracious reading pace.
Sharing Muslim American Stories
15:29What it means to belong as a Muslim in America
Publishers Further Delay Office Return
17:05As 2022 opens, Manhattan-based publishers have delayed plans to return to their offices.
Gen Z Explained
15:43The digital revolution has given a rocket boost to how we communicate, says Gen Z Explained co-author Roberta Katz.
A New Normal Emerges for Publishing
15:00The New Normal must be adapted to an environment that requires us to be more inclusive, more tolerant, and more resourceful.
Court Date for Landmark Antitrust Case
18:08A PRH/S&S merger would be good for the industry, attorneys claim.
No Languishing for Global Publishing in 2021
23:37The ongoing global public health crisis deeply challenged all sectors of publishing in 2021. Yet industry stakeholders remained determined in the pursuit of renewal and recovery.
Challenging School Book Challenges
14:48“Attempts to purge schools of books” are part of “a partisan political battle fought in school board meetings and state legislatures” charges the National Coalition Against Censorship.