As Amazon launches a romance imprint, here's a look at some of its other publishing efforts.
Wondering if Amazon is a competitor to publishers? Take a look at the company's growing number of imprints and publishing projects.
Matthew Carlson on what iPad magazine publishers can do to better serve readers.
Treating iPad magazines as if they were print leaves consumer interaction opportunities on the table. Matthew Carlson, principal of experience strategy and design at Hot Studio Inc., says it's time to set the content free.
Publishers have data, but they need to know what to do with it.
Kirk Biglione, partner at Oxford Media Works, talks about how publishers can gather various types of data and put it to use.
Renegotiation of the Google Books agreement is a possibility, and involved parties seem amenable.
The rejection of the Google Books agreement was more of a setback than an outright rejection.
Wide ranging ebook pricing and deep print book discounts leave consumers scratching their heads.
BizBookLab owner Todd Sattersten discusses the issues surrounding ebook pricing and perceived value, and he suggests it might be time to bring back the serial novel.
Non-traditional retail channels help publishers expand reach with better terms.
Retail bookselling isn't dead, it just moved. Publishers are now selling books through stores that sell clothing, housewares, kitchenwares, toys, and even paper and gift supplies.
Subscription competition could yield one good thing: lower price points.
Apple may have a lion's share of the tablet and app markets now, but new competition may create a more level playing field.