Tag Archives: digital media

People Round-Up, Early September 2014

PEOPLE Terry Newell has retired from Weldon Owen, where he was CEO.    He may be reached at [email protected] added to original post on 9/17/14. Lisa Gallagher will move to DeFiore and Company as Literary Agent.  Previously, Gallagher was at Sanford J. Greenburger Associates. Update added to original post on 9/17/14. Martha Otis will join Verso Advertising as President on October 1st when…Continue Reading

Whose Digital Manga is it Anyway? Publishers vs. Scanlation

Protesting government controls on “harmful” content, 10 major Japanese manga publishers announced their boycott of the 2011 International Anime Fair (IAF) and teamed with a number of anime studios to form a rival event, the Anime Contents Expo (ACE). Both events were canceled of the earthquake last March, but were scheduled again this year. The…Continue Reading

Self-Published Authors at Toy Fair 2012: Approaches New and Old

Compared to the buzz over Toy Fair 2011’s co-located digital conference, Engage!, the “tech-mood” at Toy Fair 2012 was more subdued yet also more universal. The year, Engage! (now Digital Kids) will be setting up shop on its own in Los Angeles from April 21-25, and at this past week’s Toy Fair, digital components and…Continue Reading

Trendspotting 2009: Lisa Holton’s Predictions

Lisa Holton Founder and President, Fourth Story Media Since there are enough dire predictions rolling in at a steady clip, here are some potential positives to be taken in context of a year we all acknowledge will be challenging. • More wagons venturing further into the digital frontier: There is still a wide spectrum of…Continue Reading

Second Annual Publishing Industry Survey

It’s polling season, and PT’s not exempt! This year, 385 people who work in publishing took our survey; 86.5% completed it. The largest group of respondents were literary agents (26.8%), while the majority of respondents at publishing houses work in editorial (40.6%), followed by rights (6.3%) and sales (5.7%). 10% are 22–27, 25% are 28–35,…Continue Reading