Replica Books Said To Be Heading For Fast Growth, As POD Heats Up
- Baker & Taylor Adjusting Informata.com Agenda. Zeitchik, Steven // Publishers Weekly;9/10/2001, Vol. 248 Issue 37, p15
Provides information on the Informata.com Web site of electronic publisher Baker & Taylor (B&T). Officers who resigned from B&T; Information on Replica Books, one of the publishing companies included in the Web site; Views of B&T Vice President Jean Srnecz on the electronic publishing industry.
- Baker & Taylor, Xlibris print books on demand. // Seybold Report on Publishing Systems;11/29/99, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p40
Reports on the alliance of Replica Books distribution company with publishing service provider Xlibris Corp. for the printing on demand of short-run book titles. Services provided by each of the companies; Alliance enabling them to focus on areas of specialization and increase volume; Ownership...
- Another U.S. POD Service Crosses The Atlantic Through An Alliance. // Book Publishing Report;10/09/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 40, p4
Reports that New Jersey-based print-on-demand service Replica Books is expanding through an agreement with Great Britain-based wholesaler Gardners Books Ltd. Terms of the agreement; Benefit to Replica clients of the firm's alliance with Gardner; Number of titles in the list of Replica Books.
- Pub players follow King into e-ring. Bing, Jonathan // Daily Variety;08/02/2000, Vol. 268 Issue 42, p1
Reports the engagement of publishers in the online publishing of books in New York. Entry of Renaissance company to the bandwagon by posting manuscripts and proposals for all submissions to clients on secure Web sites; List of first submissions to be shopped online; Comprehensiveness of the...
- Greater than the sum of their parts? Weiler, Derek // Quill & Quire;May2001, Vol. 67 Issue 5, p4
Reports the introduction of electronic-publishing in Canada. Advantages of e-publishing; Need for publishers to consider e-book business.
- Digital Delivery Re-Engineers The Industry. Haugan, Stephanie // Publishers Weekly;2/21/2000, Vol. 247 Issue 8, following p26
Deals with the changes in book manufacturing industry. Information on electronic publishing; Trends in book publishing; Impacts of digital technologies on book publishing; Proliferation of the use of the Internet in reading; Details on digital publishing innovations. INSET: Mergers & Acquisitions.
- Technically speaking. Dorman, David // American Libraries;Oct97, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p78
Discusses the establishment of Replica Books, the posting of OCLC materials on the World Wide Web by a region of Michigan libraries and the interlibrary loan program of CPS Systems of Australia. Replica Books' intent to publish a limited number of out-of-print books for a limited number of...
- Digital Publishing Industry Goes To School With New ePub University. // Book Publishing Report;07/03/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 26, p4
Reports the launching of ePub University, a program designed to educate and train the book industry about electronic publishing, at the ePub Expo in New York. Program offerings; Details on course instructors; Support of the book publishing industry for the program; Focus of the ePub Expo sessions.
- Brave E World? Zeitchik, Steven M. // Publishers Weekly;12/20/1999, Vol. 246 Issue 51, p35
Provides information on the impact of electronic startups and spinoffs on the book business. Details on the addition of sound to film; Emergence of electronic publishing.