News of the eBook World
Here's the latest digital publishing and ebook news from across the web, all on one convenient page.
The news headlines shown here are drawn from six influential news sites: Teleread, DBW, Publishers Weekly, Publishing Perspectives, and E-ink Info, as well as the Publisher's Lunch Automat (their links RSS feed).
The links are updated automatically, so check back throughout the day for the latest news.
- Four publishers file suit against the Internet Archive over its Open Library
- The Internet Archive’s ‘National Emergency Library’ expands on Open Library’s copyright violations
- Coronavirus ebook news roundup
- Library ebook use, paper book sales up despite library, bookstore closures for corona lockdown
- Librarians, publishers, performers use fair use to liven up virus isolation
- Publishers Rescheduled A Lot of Books; No One Is Sure How That Will Work Out
- Random House Germany, Holtzbrinck and Bonnier Germany Will All Forgo Exhibiting at Frankfurt Book Fair
- Collins' "The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes" Sells 270,000 Tracked Hardcovers, Over 500,000 Units In All According to Scholastic
- Playwright and Activist Larry Kramer, 84, Dies of Pneumonia
- RWA Retires the RITA Awards, Proposes The Vivian, "A New Award For A New Era"
- Moscow School of Publishing: This Year a Digital Seminar Program
- Vietnam’s Liberal Publishing House Wins IPA’s 2020 Prix Voltaire
- US Association of University Presses Vows ‘To Make Equity a Lived Experience’
- Industry Notes: Hay Festival Serves 490,000 Streams; Costa Awards Open for Entries
- At the Readmagine Conference Online: The Pandemic’s ‘Acceleration of Trends’
- Ynvisible and Evonik integrate printable displays and batteries in a single production step
- EIH posts its highest quarterly profit in 9 years
- EIH to integrate Energous' wireless charging technology in future IoT EPD displays
- Ynvisible raises $1 million, acquires electrochromic display developer rdot
- ePaper displays in 2020 - a market snapshot