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29. April 2016 By Simon Arnold| 0

International Trends and Developments in Digital Educational Publishing

After some opening remarks and figures from Kate Worlock of Outsell, this panel turned into a lively opinionated discussion of the current situation in educational publishing and possible future developments.

One thing the participants agreed on was that the established players in the educational market have the advantages of a trusted brand, existing high-quality content, and […]

29. April 2016 By Stefan Kaufer| 0

“Closing Remarks” – thanks for joining us

This was the Publishers’ Forum 2016. We’d like to thank you very much for participating in this year’s conference.

Check back soon for videos and presentations on our website.

See you next year.

Read below some comments on the two conference days. Closing remarks from: Fionnuala Duggan, Joerg Pfuhl, Rüdiger Wischenbart …

29. April 2016 By Simon Arnold| 0

The Impact of Getting to Know Your Customer

“Content is everywhere and advertisers can find audiences on their own.” – Jeff Litvack

Matt Turner from MarkLogic opened the session exploring the potential of customer data by asking how consumer input might affect distribution, production, editorial, planning processes in publishing houses.
He posited that lack of customer feedback for publishers is like being in a submarine without […]

29. April 2016 By Stefan Kaufer| 0

Forums-Thema Nachwuchs: “Monika Kolb über Auszubildende in der Buchbranche”

“2015 haben viele Bewerber ihre Ausbildung in der Buchbranche nicht angetreten. Wie reagiert die Branche und wo herrscht Verbesserungsbedarf?”

Lesen Sie das Interview auf www.buchreport.de

29. April 2016 By Stefan Kaufer| 0

Contributions to the “Digital Transformation” theme

Beyond the Book of today. Audiences. Markets. Platforms. Regulations. New Disruptive Contexts for (Book) Publishing.

Participants:

Peter Brantley, UC Davis Library at UC Davis / Books in Browsers, USA

Marguerite Joly, Ullstein, GER

David Worlock, Outsell, UK

Katharina Dermuehl, Kiron, GER

Read some comments below on the introductory talk of Peter Brantley, UC Davis Library at UC Davis / Books in […]

29. April 2016 By Stefan Kaufer| 0

Debatte zum “VG-Wort-Urteil”

Lesen Sie hier einige Kommentare zu Infos und Debatte zum “VG-Wort-Urteil”:

“Good News: Konsultationsverfahren der EU Kommission läuft” (Dr. Graef)

“Good News 2: Es geht nur um drei Jahre, für die eventuell zurückgezahlt werden muss, der Rest ist verjährt.” (Dr. Graef)

“… Aber Sie müssen mit dem Cash-Flow-Thema umgehen, das möglicherweise auf Sie zukommt.” (Dr. Graef)

29. April 2016 By Stefan Kaufer| 0

Bücher vs. TV-Serien? Was fehlt zum Kult?

Der eine kopiert vom anderen?

Der eine kann vom anderen lernen?

Warum werden Bücher oder gar die Verlage, die sie herausbringen, nicht so “Kult” wie einige TV-Serien und deren Produzenten?

Tweets von buchreport u.a.:

29. April 2016 By Stefan Kaufer| 0

“Smartphone-Nutzung: 100mal am Tag”

“Wandel war das große Thema beim Publishers’ Forum in Berlin. Die zweitägige internationale Konferenz sondierte unter dem Titel „All that publishing! How the business of books expands, converges and gets fragmented.”, wie sich der Markt für Publikationen immer schneller verändert – und weiterhin verändern wird.”

Lesen Sie den Artikel auf www.boersenblatt.net

29. April 2016 By Stefan Kaufer| 0

E-Book Issues

RA Dr. Ralph Oliver Graef, LL.M. (NYU) touched on some issues regarding publishing and distributing e-books internationally, with a focus on the German marketplace and selling digital products in Germany and the EU, plus the EU Commission’s efforts to ‘harmonise’ legislation across the EU. Some key statements are listed below:

29. April 2016 By Stefan Kaufer| 0

Uli Klopotek on the Publishers’ Forum

On Day 2 of the conference, Forum Director Rüdiger Wischenbart asked Klopotek CEO Uli about the history of the Forum (previously Production in Publishing Forum) and the reasons why this event was established more than 10 years ago.

Read some statements published by Porter Anderson:

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