Velocity of Content

Velocity of Content


Latest Episodes

At Princeton University Press, The Mission is “Our Compass”
April 14, 2024

In a publishing environment buffeted by digital disruption and calls for open access, university presses in 2024 must manage to remain relevant and sustainable even as their audiences grow.

More Good News For Conference Goers
April 12, 2024

The opening reception for the Public Library Association conference in Columbus was canceled for a tornado warning.

Spanish Language Publishing Serves Many in US
April 07, 2024

There is growing demand in the US market for Spanish-language books.

SPD Closure Shock
April 05, 2024

Last week, 400 publishers were shocked to learn that SPD had abruptly closed.

Early Career Professionals in Scholarly Publishing Tell All
March 31, 2024

Surprising details about career ambitions and the barriers faced to realize them.

100 Years of Simon & Schuster Books and Authors
March 29, 2024

The publisher one of the Big 5 was founded in 1924 by Richard Simon and Max Schuster.

Forging A Future-Looking Supply Chain For Publishing
March 24, 2024

The next time you sit down to read a book, remember to thank the links in publishings supply chain.

NYC School Trashes Controversial Books
March 22, 2024

While many books are removed from shelves after a lengthy and public review process, accounts are mounting where the titles were surreptitiously withdrawn from collections, says PWs Andrew Albanese.

At London Book Fair, Publishers Urge Permission for AI Training
March 17, 2024

Without exaggeration, the entire London Book Fair stood on the intersection of publishing, copyright, and AI.

London Book Fair Returns
March 15, 2024

London Book Fair welcomed thousands to Olympia Hall this week.

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