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Top 5 Publishing Articles/Blog Posts of the Week 1/16-1/20

Every week, we recommend 5 publishing articles/blog posts that supplement the major news for the week. Whether data or industry commentary, we hope these 5 links will be a simple way to keep you in the know. George Saunders’ new book Lincoln in the Bardo requires a whole new kind of audiobook. In 2016, forty-nine library systems…Continue Reading

Office Space Available for Rent at Market Partners International

Market Partners International, the publishing consulting firm, has flexible office space for rent in New York City. If you have meetings or work that takes you here, our offices, located near Grand Central Terminal, at 37th and Madison, boast a lovely conference room as well as a small office and desks for up to 3 additional people. If you are interested in discussing…Continue Reading

Top 5 Publishing Articles/Blog Posts of the Week 9/15-9/19

Every week, we recommend 5 publishing articles/blog posts that supplement the major news for the week. Whether data or industry commentary, we hope these 5 links will be a simple way to keep you in the know. Will the Apple iOS 8 update convert Amazon Kindle users into iBooks users? Will print books survive alongside ebooks…Continue Reading

Partners’ Corner September 2014

Partners’ Corner is a place where the principals of Market Partners International can share their observations of the publishing industry. As a great deal of Market Partners International’s business is executive search, we’re aware of the fluctuations – and disparities – in publishing salaries.  Lately the disparities, even for comparable positions, have become more noticeable. …Continue Reading

Branding by Video

It turns out Simon & Schuster, who has been gaining press attention with the release of its “Behind the Book” video series, isn’t the only publishing company that’s been building its video cache. We’ve decided to gather a few together for viewing. Here’s a little background in case you missed it: S&S uploaded 5 videos of book…Continue Reading

Columbia Publishing Course 2014 Super-Grad

The super-grad is back! The Columbia Publishing Course (formerly the Radcliffe Publishing Course) graduates are back in action with backgrounds and hobbies just as impressive as past years’. Publishing Trends has once again created an amalgam of the most exotic and surprising parts of the students’ biographies, so the industry can see the type of superhuman Publishing Course graduates with…Continue Reading

Second Screens and Customization: Digital Kids Conference at Toy Fair 2014

Article written with reporting from Kimberly Lew and Lorraine Shanley. Books and toys often present licensing opportunities for the author or brand, but this year’s Toy Fair further proved how closely these industries are linked when it comes to selling to parents and children. This was also the first year that Toy Fair partnered with BEA…Continue Reading

As the World Turns: Discussing Global Change at Publishers Launch Frankfurt 2013

Publishers Launch Frankfurt had a banner lineup, including HarperCollins‘ Charlie Redmayne, Osprey‘s  Rebecca Smart, Amazon‘s Russ Grandinetti, Wattpad‘s Alan Lau, and Goodreads‘ Otis Chandler, among others. The theme of the day was how different companies and countries are managing global change. In the morning, Russ Grandinetti from Amazon shared data about its worldwide ebook and…Continue Reading

Columbia Publishing Course 2013 Super-Grad

They’re back! Year after year, the Columbia Publishing Course (formerly the Radcliffe Publishing Course) introduces a preternaturally cosmopolitan and accomplished cast of students to the world of book and magazine publishing. Just as dutifully, every year Publishing Trends collects the most surprising and impressive tidbits from the students’ biographies and constructs a single (slightly more)…Continue Reading