Today, in a world of smartphones and tablets, publishing – as practiced by authors, publishers and booksellers – is all about licensing. The observation is a timely one on World Intellectual Property (IP) Day.
Decisions to cancel one book and to advance plans for publishing another highlight pressure on publishers to reconcile business plans with social concerns.
When last we looked at the Music Modernization Act (MMA), it had just been passed by Congress and signed into law.
The Copyright Office is currently in the midst of a project to build a new and modernized recordation process.
Kindle Vella promises an innovative way for readers to enjoy storytelling – short fiction available in serialized installments of 600 to 5,000 words.
With the majority of the enterprise still working from home or working in a hybrid model, it’s never been more critical to strengthen enterprise learning strategies with the right tools and systems.