CoreSource has now grown the number of available distribution channels past the 400 mark, and while the vast majority of our file and metadata distributions are to print and digital retailers, CoreSource has – somewhat quietly we’ll admit – been expanding its distributions to other business partners as well.
Drugs in sports are old. It’s banning drugs in sports that is new. InSpitting in the Soup, sports journalist Mark Johnson offers a bitingly honest, clear-eyed look at why that’s so, and what it will take to kick pills out of the locker room once and for all.
For the first time ever, libraries across North America will be hosting local events in celebration of indie authors! We’re thrilled to be a part of this event as it brings more visibility to the significant growth of the self-publishing industry, independent authors, and to libraries as hubs for community engagement. We hope you’ll participate is this unique opportunity for libraries and authors to connect locally and globally!
Often disregarded as producing content exclusively reserved for those dwelling in the ivory towers of academia, university presses have plenty to offer to public and urban libraries. In our most recent #BuildUP Twitter chat, Ingram Director of Library Sales, Jim Heuer, provided some excellent tips on how university publishers can connect with libraries beyond that of their respective institutions to gain wider regard when it comes to collection development.
Previously published on Digital Book World's website
By Marcus Woodburn
The evolution of book buying continues to progress from a physical, pick-and-pay method of retailing to a highly sophisticated form of a digital, buy-on-demand model. With the help of native retailing through platforms, a seller is able to reach potential customers wherever they are and wherever they interact with a book.
By Philip Wallace, Marketing Systems & Content Analyst
Over the years, Chuck Klosterman has made a name for himself as a cultural critic in a wide range of journalistic venues ranging from the music magazine Spin to The New York Times. in his latest book, But What If We’re Wrong, Klosterman tackles both the minute and major details of life where facts and conventional wisdom are more open to debate than we previously thought.
The recent numbers for book sellers are in, and they’re looking good:
By Joyce Skokut, Director, Collection Development
Did you know that whether you’re opening a new branch, moving to a new building, or overhauling your space, Ingram can create custom lists tailored specifically to meet the demands of your patrons? We provide complimentary ODC management services, walking you through every step of the process and providing recommended timelines and checklists to ensure that everything stays on track and nothing gets missed.