Citations with the tag: BOOK industry -- Exhibitions
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- Digital Publishing Industry Sets Fall Date For First ePubExpo.
// Educational Marketer; 07/17/2000, Vol. 31 Issue 21, p10
Deals with ePub Expo, the digital publishing-themed offshoot of BookExpo America company to be held in New York City on October 31, 2000 to November 1, 2000.
- High Praise For London Book Fair: 'It's Actually Been Quite Manic'.
// Book Publishing Report; 04/02/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 14, p3
Focuses on positive response of publishers to the London Book Fair in England. Praise for mix of attendees; Utilization of natural light in the hall; Increase in number of collective stands.
- BEA 2002: Not Just Bigger, But (Mostly) Better.
// Book Publishing Report; 5/13/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 19, p1
Highlights the BookExpo America (BEA) book fair in New York City. Statistics on the total attendance of the show; List of the locations for upcoming BEA book fairs; Complaint for a lack of security in the fair.
- Acquisition Anxieties Temper Mood At Otherwise Upbeat Bologna Fair.
// Book Publishing Report; 04/10/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 15, p3
Focuses on book industry trends highlighted at the year 2000 Bologna Children's Book Fair. Concerns over the growing number of acquisitions; Quality of books featured at the event; Title debuts at the event.
- Itty, Bitty Book.
// Scholastic Scope; 4/26/2010, Vol. 58 Issue 16, p3
The article reports that a special exhibit of the 19th International Book Fair in Havana, Cuba, featured some of the largest and smallest books in the world.
- New book fair with int'l flare comes to N.Y.
Bing, Jonathan // Daily Variety; 9/26/2001, Vol. 273 Issue 18, p11
Reports the launching of the Frankfurt Book Fair in New York, New York. Partnership of Cader Books, Frankfurt Book Fair and Idea Logic Co. for the actualization of the book fair; Impact of staging the Frankfurt Book Fair in New York on Book Expo America; Focus of the fair.
- Make your Frankfurt Book Fair Experience More Effective.
Bing, Jonathan // Economic Review (05318955); Aug2001, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p51
Highlights the 53rd Frankfurt Book Fair in Germany. Conference format; Capabilities of the online services; Availability of a search engine.
- Industrial evolution: A report from Seybold.
McDougall, Paul // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management; 12/1/93, Vol. 22 Issue 22, p33
Reports on the result of Seybold San Francisco, an exhibition featuring new technological innovations from computer companies. Comparison to Seybold 1991; Participating companies.
- Seybold San Francisco spotlights new products.
McDougall, Paul // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management; 10/15/94, Vol. 23 Issue 17, p34
Features the Seybold San Francisco exhibition at the Moscone Convention Center. Dupont's C360 CCD desktop scanner; DCS-460 digital camera from Eastman Kodak; Howtek's ScanMaster 4500 scanning machine; Optronics' new additions to ColorGetter line of scanners; R.R. Donnelly & Sons' launching of...
- NSW CYSS's Bega extravaganza.
Drayton, Judy // Orana; Nov96, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p275
Talks about the New South Wales Children's and Youth Services Section Pre-Book Week Extravaganza and one-day seminar in Bega, New South Wales. Privilege garnered by few school librarians; Presence of Naomi Lewis.
Lottman, H.R. // Publishers Weekly; 1/13/89, Vol. 235 Issue 1, p35
Discusses the biennial Jerusalem International Book Fair to be held March 12-18. The fair showcases Israel's best writers for international publishers. INSET: At the fair...;Is it safe to travel in Israel?.
- US Frankfurt exhibitors to stay in Hall 4.
Lottman, H.R. // Publishers Weekly; 3/10/89, Vol. 235 Issue 10, p17
Describes the arrangements made for housing American exhibitors in Hall 4 at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
- 60 countries to participate in London fair.
Menkes, V. // Publishers Weekly; 3/31/89, Vol. 235 Issue 13, p11
Report on the London International Book Fair, and its guest of honor, Edwina Currie.
- Jerusalem: Building relationships.
Maryles, D. // Publishers Weekly; 4/21/89, Vol. 235 Issue 16, p25
Reports on the fourteenth Jerusalem International Book Fair held March 12 to 18. Atmosphere; United States, European, Russian, Chinese and Israelis attendees; Editorial Fellowship Program. INSET: Aspen Forum: Looking toward 2000, by J.R. Moskin..
- London '89: A growing internationalism.
Menkes, V. // Publishers Weekly; 5/5/89, Vol. 235 Issue 18, p33
Report on the recent London Book Fair '89. Exhibits, literary agents, publishers, authors.
- Bologna: An American commitment.
Lottman, H.R. // Publishers Weekly; 5/19/89, Vol. 235 Issue 20, p32
Describes the increasingly active role of American publishers in the Bologna (Italy) Children's Book Fair. Ways of exhibiting books at the fair; Lack of innovative projects; Adult trade business; Fair highlights.
- U.S. visitors to the fair find `nothing to die for'.
Roback, D. // Publishers Weekly; 5/19/89, Vol. 235 Issue 20, p37
Discusses the fact that in spite of the number of good books being bought and sold at the 1989 Bologna (Italy) Children's Book Fair, there was an absence of real stand-out projects. Auctions of children's books; Dearth of new fiction; Issue of exclusive rights.
- Finding room at the fair.
Roback, D. // Publishers Weekly; 9/15/89, Vol. 236 Issue 11, p59
Describes the upcoming events at the 41st Frankfurt Book Fair which will run from October 11-16. 8,185 exhibitors from 89 countries; France is the fair's national theme; Declining attendance of Latin America; Plans for restructuring the fair in 1990.
- Americans at the fair: People & properties.
Stander, B. // Publishers Weekly; 9/15/89, Vol. 236 Issue 11, p60
Presents a listing of American publishers, associations and foundations that will have an exhibit at the Frankfurt Book Fair from October 11-16.
- This year in Moscow.
Kobrak, F. // Publishers Weekly; 10/13/89, Vol. 236 Issue 15, p23
Describes events during this year's Seventh International Book Fair in Moscow, Soviet union. Exhibitors; Logistics problems; Problems with royalties and the VAAP, the Soviet copyright agency.
- UMBA continues to grow.
Fakih, K.O. // Publishers Weekly; 10/20/89, Vol. 236 Issue 16, p28
Describes the events at the ninth annual Upper Midwest Booksellers Association trade show held in Bloomington, Minn. Third annual Children's Book and Author Breakfast; Exhibitors; Panel discussions.
- Frankfurt '89: Quiet but crowded.
Lottman, H.R. // Publishers Weekly; 10/27/89, Vol. 236 Issue 17, p10
Describes the success of West Germany's Frankfurt Book Fair, which was quiet despite a record 8189 participants exhibiting imprints. Plans for expansion next year; German translation of Salman Rushdie's `The Satanic Verses'; Security; German book trade Peace Prize went to Czech dissident writer...
- Frankfurt '89: When less is more.
Lottman, H.R. // Publishers Weekly; 11/3/89, Vol. 236 Issue 18, p39
Describes the events at the 41st Frankfurt Book Fair in Germany, which was quiet despite the threats of terrorism from Iran over the publication of Rushdie's `The Satanic Verses.' Examples of books; Discussions on the need for this event; Frankfurt Rights Directors Meeting; General assembly of...
- Frankfurt for the Americans.
Baker, J. // Publishers Weekly; 11/3/89, Vol. 236 Issue 18, p48
Discusses American publishers' views on Germany's Frankfurt Book Fair, which is now more a social occasion than a deal-making one. Examples of some book deals; Effects of warming relations in Eastern Europe; New Age interest; Children's book publishing.
- Bringing `The Book' to Russia.
Griffin, W. // Publishers Weekly; 11/3/89, Vol. 236 Issue 18, p70
Describes the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association's successful distribution of 10,000 copies of the New Testament in Russian at the Moscow Book Fair, Soviet Union. Reception at the book fair; Variety of anniversaries in religious publishing; `Religious Book World,' a weekly television...
- Prizewinners in the N.Y. Book Show range over many new subcategories.
Frank, J.P. // Publishers Weekly; 12/1/89, Vol. 236 Issue 22, p32
Reports the award winners in seven of 11 categories from the 1989 New York Book Show sponsored by Bookbinders Guild of New York. Categories included General Trade, both illustrated and non-illustrated, Special Trade Books, Large Format Trade, Cookbooks, Juvenile Books, and Specialty Juveniles.
- State Book Festivals Gain in Popularity.
Frank, J.P. // Library of Congress Information Bulletin; Oct2003, Vol. 62 Issue 10, p254
This article describes the statewide book festivals in the U.S. in 2003. More than 5,000 visitors attended the fourth Montana Festival of the Book. Presented by the Montana Center for the Book and the Montana Committee for the Humanities, the festival's featured authors included Tim Cahill,...
- Atlanta Book Festival spotlights reading.
Frank, J.P. // Reading Today; Dec92/Jan93, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p10
Reports on the events and activities during the First Atlanta International Book Festival on November 6 to 8, 1993. Nationally and internationally known authors who attended the festival; Children's activities; Book Festival Exhibition.
- Denver book festival debuts in April.
Frank, J.P. // Reading Today; Oct/Nov96, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p11
Announces the presentation of the Denver International Children's Book Festival on April 25-26, 1997 in Denver, Colorado. Focus on developing, nurturing and maintaining reading skills in young people; Contact information.
- Of books and plows.
Bay, Suzanne // BusinessWest; Sep94, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p5
Features the first annual Amherst Book and Plow Festival -- A Celebration of Literature and the Land. Focus on books, authors and poets on the region's natural beauty; Line-up of activities for the affair; Opportunity to meet the authors; Aim of the festival according to Amherst Chamber of...
- SPEAKING OF BOOKS...
Bay, Suzanne // Hill; 5/15/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 57, p28
A calendar of book exhibitions in the U.S. from May 15 to June 2, 2008 is presented which includes "The Post-American World," by Fareed Zakaria, "The Lincolns, Portrait of a Marriage," by Daniel Mark Epstein and "A Time to Fight: Reclaiming a Fair and Just America," by Jim Webb.
- France surfs Web, but culture stays leather-bound.
Chaddock, Gail Russell // Christian Science Monitor; 3/26/96, Vol. 88 Issue 83, p1
Focuses on the 1996 annual book fair in Paris which featured the Internet. Information on the inclusion of books written by American writers and publishers; Comparison of the Internet to France's information highway the Minitel; Comments from Serge Eyrolles, president of the 16th `Salon du Livre.'
- British printers desert London Book Fair.
Grant, Alex // Printing World; 3/24/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 12, p10
Reports on the absence of the British book printing industry at the 2003 London Book fair in England. Force of overseas printers especially from the Eastern European countries; Deals signed with British publishers by Polish printer Interak Printing House.
- Seybold San Francisco, Part I: Workflow, Color and Input.
Grant, Alex // Seybold Report on Publishing Systems; 09/25/2000, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p3
Focuses on the Seybold San Francisco 2000, an exhibition on publishing systems. Details of the exhibit halls and seminars; Comparison between the shows in years 1999 and 2000; Importance of the Internet in the event; Celebration of the thirteenth year of Seybold Publications.
- Workflow Trends at Seybold San Francisco 2000.
Parsons, John; Mooij, Menno // Seybold Report on Publishing Systems; 09/25/2000, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p4
Focuses on workflow trends at the Seybold San Francisco 2000. Emergence of Web-based workflow for document creation; Development of convergence products; Participation of traditional workflow system vendors; Account of negative developments in the page layout department; Use of automation...
- African Heritage Book Expo.
Parsons, John; Mooij, Menno // New York Amsterdam News; 5/25/96, Vol. 87 Issue 21, p25
Reports that ECA Associates Press presents its 10th National African Heritage Book Expo. Venue and time of the exposition; Theme of the exposition; Contact numbers.
- Frankfurt 1990: Business as usual despite reunification.
Lottman, H.R.; Baker, J. // Publishers Weekly; 10/19/90, Vol. 237 Issue 42, p10
Describes the reactions of those who attended the Frankfurt Book Fair which was scheduled at the same time as the reunification of Germany and seemed to have been overshadowed by it. Future for the Leipzig Book Fair; Disorganization; Growth of the fair; Opinions of some exhibitors.
- POSTCARDS FROM GUADALAJARA.
Plotnik, Art // American Libraries; Feb89, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p164
Highlights the participation of the American Libraries Association at Fil '88, the second annual International Book Fair and Professionals' Conference in Guadalajara, Mexico. Conference activities; Other United States library groups that participate in the event; Conference sponsors; Topics...
- London International Book Fair.
Plotnik, Art // New Scientist; 3/20/93, Vol. 137 Issue 1865, p45
Gives information about the London International Book Fair. Dates; What it offers; Price of tickets; Telephone number for more information.
- Edinburgh's books.
Herbert, Roy // New Scientist; 7/24/93, Vol. 139 Issue 1883, p41
Announces the schedule of the Edinburgh Book Festival for 1993. Participants; Lectures.
- Internet booth at Frankfurt Book Fair.
Nelson, Milo // Computers in Libraries; Jan1994, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p65
Reports on the Internet Start-Up Booth at the October 1993 Frankfurt Book Fair. Booth sponsors; Contact information.
- Remembering DRUPA 90.
Vinocur, M. Richard // American Printer; Jun95, Vol. 215 Issue 3, p74
Recounts the technological concerns raised during the 1990 DRUPA Trade Show. Changes in the publishing system technology; Relation of technological issues in 1990 to the 1995 DRUPA Trade Show.
- Frankfurt Book Fair remains publishing mecca.
Walker, Ruth // Christian Science Monitor; 10/9/96, Vol. 88 Issue 221, p14
Focuses on the annual Frankfurt Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany. Focus of the 1996 book fair; How electronic publishing was viewed; Views of Giuseppe Vitiello, an adviser to the Directorate of Education and Sport of the Council of Europe, on reading revolution; Information on book sales in Germany.
- Guadalajara book fair offers peerless Spanish-language collection.
Chepesiuk, Ron // American Libraries; Jan98, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p44
Focuses on the book fair in Guadalajara, Mexico. The Spanish-language books presented; Features and programs of the book fair; Comments of librarian David Unger of New York; The Free Pass Program offered by the fair; Seminars and workshops offered.
- Asian publishers form association.
Chepesiuk, Ron // Editor & Publisher; 1/6/96, Vol. 129 Issue 1, p56
Reports on the proposed formal establishment of an association of Asian newspaper publishing interests at the Asian Newspaper Publishers Expo. Who organized the federation; Comments from APNE.
- Big man at Frankfurt.
Chepesiuk, Ron // Publishers Weekly; 1/8/96, Vol. 243 Issue 2, p17
Presents a photograph of a Gulliver puppet that will anchor performances at the 1996 book fair in Frankfurt, Germany.
- Bound for glory: Printers row book fair.
Spiselman, Anne // Crain's Chicago Business; 5/15/95, Vol. 18 Issue 20, p33
Describes the Printers Row Book Fair on June 3, 1995. Readings; Guest authors; Programs for children; Participating booksellers.
- Can you DIG it?
S.W. // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management; 11/15/97, Vol. 26 Issue 15, p39
Presents information on ideas from technology companies at Seybold San Francisco '97 exhibition, held from September 29 to October 3. Creation of Digital Imaging Group (DIG) by nine companies; Purpose of the group; List of the companies involved; Explanation of media-neutral systems, an idea...
- No single `big book,' but plenty of big names spur deals in Frankfurt.
S.W. // Book Publishing Report; 10/25/99, Vol. 24 Issue 42, p2
Presents highlights from the 1999 Frankfurt Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany. Popularity of books written by Harry Potter; Promotion of the trade science titles of McGraw-Hill; Spendings of HarperCollins.
- Frankfurt Book Fair begins new chapter.
S.W. // Daily Variety; 10/19/2000, Vol. 269 Issue 34, p3
Reports on the holding of the 52nd Frankfurt Book Fair on October 18, 2000 in Frankfurt, Germany. Number of exhibitors; Total number of new books exhibited; Merger and acquisition deals in the book industry.