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How Can We Nurture the Next Generation of Editorial Talent?

(publishingperspectives.com): As publishing technology evolves, the way authors and publishers develop content is also evolving. Editors are a passionate group of people dedicated to making books the best they can be, but what other skills will they need as the industry continues to digitize?
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Library Cuts: UK Closures Ahead Of US, And More To Come For Both

(huffingtonpost.com): With ebook and ereader penetration growing ever deeper, does it even matter if we have libraries? The answer seems to be a resounding "yes." eBooks is still in its infancy. In the US, 75 percent of a publisher's business is print books and in the UK, though ownership of ereaders doubled over Christmas, according to The Bookseller, ereader ownership is still only 13% of the population. Additionally, not every publisher has made a decision over lending ebooks: HarperCollins had put a cap of 26 times for ebook lending..
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eBooks: Publishers + authors keen, but unprepared

(delimiter.com.au): Australia's peak organisation representing the rights of copyright owners has published the results of an extensive survey demonstrating that the nation's authors and publishers are enthusiastic about the burgeoning eBook revolution, but haven't quite yet formulated all of their next steps in the new digital environment. CAL recently published a statement noting that it had recently conducted a survey of over 2,000 of its members, asking them a series of questions on the new digital publishing environment. The results were mixed.
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Academic Publishers Experiencing Piracy of Online Products

(geekwithlaptop.com): The academic publisher SciFinder is being adversely affected by piracy, as their online products become illegally available for sale online. Other scientific publishers are also experiencing the effects of piracy, as clever hackers break into university accounts and sell illegal access to scholarly databases.
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ALA Annual 2011: Ebooks: New Strategy Required, Now

(libraryjournal.com): Not much has changed between publishers and librarians across the decades, one could argue. In 2011, they remain, at worst, two inflexible bureaucracies linked but at odds. But here's some good news: they need each other more than ever as authors multiply and readers scatter, so it seems, far beyond marketing reach.
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