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Morning Briefing (daily): Morning news blast including media round-up.
First Edition (weekly): The first word on forthcoming titles and where they appear in the media.
Futurebook (weekly): Digital dispatch including e-book charts.
Publishing jobs alert (weekly): Latest career opportunities.
Bulletin: Breaking news later in the day.
News matters most and we aim to be first online with the breaking news every day. In our daily emails you will find out own exclusives plus all the relevant stories aggregated from home and abroad.
Plus, in the magazine, the front five pages comprise the most comprehensive news overview of the book trade that week.
We then go into more depth in specialist news: rights, children's, international and media. So a minimum of nine pages of news a week and continually online.
Non-subscribers will be able to view news, blogs and a limited number of articles at the editor's discretion.
Subscribers have unlimited access to all the content across TheBookseller.com
Rights report: The latest book deals
Breaking news: Direct to your inbox
Charts latest: The earliest view on the weekly bestsellers
Top 50 wall chart: Emailed on Friday mornings
The first look at the weekly top 50 book sales charts can be seen by subscribers first online on Tuesdays and in the magazine on Fridays.
More charts in-depth every week with our six separate to 20s on vital sub-markets such as children's hardbacks and heatseekers.
Subscribers are also emailed a Top 50 Wall Chart on Friday mornings.
Charts data supplied by Nielsen Bookscan.
The Bookseller magazine is a weekly fix on all things publishing. You can expect:
People profiles: an author or key trade figure is profiled each week.
Two punchy columnists a week: we rotate through a stable of 12 regulars including agents, retail and marketing experts giving their opinion on topical issues.
In-depth features: regular four-page sections looking at the big issues facing the trade; from adapting to digital; running your business more profitably to half-yearly market shares by publisher and more.
Book previews and category previews: perhaps the most important sections in the magazine, this is where we present the best forthcoming titles. Our 3 prinicpal previewrs, books editor Alice O'Keefe, non-fiction guru Caroline Sanderson and the hugley influential paperback champion Sarah Broadhurst, are in the magazine twice a month. To this we add the in-depth category previews, over 20 a year, going in deep to vital market niches from Art to History, Food & Drink and Crime & Thriller.
These bi-annual directories include over 9000 adult's and 3000 children's titles published across all genres and formats over the following 6 months.
Providing the most comprehensive overview of the UK book market, they re an essential reference tool for booksellers and librarians, informing their buying decisions.
Along with 80 fiction titles, 35 non-fiction ttles and 60 children's titles of the season picked by The Bookseller's experts Alice O'Keefe, Caroline Sanderson and Fiona Noble respectively, there are editorial introductions from all three, giving their exclusive take on market trends and the big names to look out for over the next six months.
Our supplements are stand-alone publications presenting previews of new titles, Nielsen Bookscan charts and analysis and features on individual market sectors including Travel, Children's and Education. We also produce preview supplements for Frankfurt and Lonodon Book fairs.
TheBookseller.com is the place where the publishing world find out what's happening. Breaking news in-depth features, BookScan charts, the largest trade job listing and much more.
Subscribers are offered substantial discount on our industry reports: FutureBook's Digital Census Report gives thorough analysis of what the industry is currently thinking about digital: pricing, piracy, what % of sales, predictions, how the trade needs to adapt to change, who has the most to lose/gain from digital change.
Also our Reading the Future report provides research into what drives consumer bok-buying behavior; trends on browsing books; use of social networks; recommendations by age, genre and sex and how wider economic conditions are affecting the book trade.
The Bookseller holds 3 stellar conferences throughout the year, covering digital, design and the children's market. Our conferences offer a day of stimulation, learning and fun with top-class speakers and a fabulous networking opportunity with your peers partners and colleagues.
Subscribers are offered a discount on all delegate rates.