New York Times: List Changes Impact Results
- New York Times: Fewer Imprints Make the Cut. // Book Publishing Report;Feb2010 Supplement, p1
The article reports on the decline in the number of imprints presented on the "New York Times" (NYT) bestseller list in 2009. It states that the number fell to 1,849 books, which was partly affected by the ranking of children's series books, which it says, cause some books and authors to be...
- No. of Authors, Titles Shrink As Imprint List Grows. // Book Publishing Report;Feb2010 Supplement, p1
The article reports that number of imprints declined from 273 to 257, and that average number of bestseller books per imprint dropped from 8.3 to 7.2 in 2009.
- Correction. // Publishers Weekly;1/18/2016, Vol. 263 Issue 3, p13
A correction to the article "The Year in Bestsellers" in the 2016 issue is presented.
- Redstone's roll. Fleming, Michael // Variety;11/7/94, Vol. 357 Issue 2, p2
Reports that Paramount-owned imprints have 18 and a half books on the New York Times Bestseller list, including hardcover and softcover books.
- 2,719 Editions Cram Onto Bestseller Lists in 2010. // Book Publishing Report;Feb2011 Supplement, Vol. 36, p1
The article reports on the addition of 2,719 editions of books to the bestseller lists of "New York Times" (NYT), "USA Today" and "Publisher's Weekly" in the U.S. in 2010. It cites factors that contributed to the growth of the book publishing industry in the said year including the presence of...
- Making Money on Translations. MASON, KARA // Publishers Weekly;11/1/2010, Vol. 257 Issue 43, p48
The article focuses on the launch of a second publishing imprint by Amazon called AmazonCrossing which is engaged in the literature in translation business and examines its impact on small translation publishers in the U.S. It mentions the efforts boutique publishers, imprints and university...
- CHILDRENâ€™S BESTSELLERS SEPT. 28-OCT. 4, 2015. // Publishers Weekly;10/12/2015, Vol. 262 Issue 41, p19
A chart is presented listing children's bestsellers in the U.S. from September 28 to October 4, 2015, including "Library of Souls," by Ransom Riggs, "What Pet Should I Get?," by Dr. Seuss, and "The Very Hungry Caterpillar," by Eric Carle.
- E-Books: Brown and Meyer Keep Shining. // Book Publishing Report;Dec2009, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p11
The article reports on the ranking and sales of Dan Brown and Stephenie Meyer's electronic book in the U.S. It mentions that Brown's "The Last Symbol" ranked as the number one in October and November 2009, but its sales decreased from 99.8 in October 2009 to 98.1 in November 2009. Moreover,...
- E-Books: Meyer Tumbles as Larsson's Stock Rises. // Book Publishing Report;May2010, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p11
The article reports that Stieg Larsson claimed the No. 1 spot among all authors with his Millennium Trilogy, replacing Stephenie Meyer who dropped to No. 2 after her Twilight Saga series of books disappeared from the rankings.