From frontline to publication – the rise of news e-books

Report by Alex Klaushofer. It’s comforting, if you’re in the words business, to remember that ‘crisis’…

New download mag for Northern Ireland’s community sector

Report by Tim Dawson. With 27,000 people working in the voluntary and community sector in Northern…

Amazon’s bid to run libraries, and how authors might benefit

Report by Tim Dawson. Public Lending Right – the scheme that pays authors when their books…

Will the tablets save long-form journalism?

The rise of tablet computers will usher in a new golden age for longform journalism –…

Cycling polemicist strikes viral paydirt

Case study by Tim Writing his Bike To Work book, Carlton Reid’s intention was to produce…

Moving to a new beat – online music tutorials flourish after band bookings bomb

Case study by Tim Dawson Two-and-a-half years after fully focusing on producing online bass-guitar tutorials, Paul Wolfe is…

E-publish and be damned – emerging trends of the digital book economy

Analysis by Alex Klaushofer. Those trying to follow the changing fortunes of book publishing in the…

E-publishing provides ‘alternative avenue’ for journalists

Report by Alex Klaushofer. Amid all the gloom about the difficulties the digital age have brought…

Niche both a help and hindrance to online start-up Bookbrunch

Case study by Alex Klaushofer. When Nicholas Clee and Liz Thomson were casting about for a…

Readers still love print, survey suggests

New research into how readers like their journalism suggests that traditional media are holding up well,…