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Velocity of Content

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115 Avg Episode Length: 17 min
Most recent episode: Dec 02, 2022 09:00 AM
Last Checked: Dec 02, 2022 05:41 PM
Language: en-US Explicit: clean Podcast Style: episodic
About this podcast: The Velocity of Content podcast is produced by CCC, the global leader in content workflow and rights integration with 40+ years of experience providing solutions and copyright education for businesses and publishers. Featuring breaking news and thoughtful analysis from across the dynamic global content industry, CCC’s Velocity of Content is a platform for thought leaders and industry experts operating at the speed of content to share new ideas, observations, and knowledge and stay on top of emerging industry trends and challenges.

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Velocity of Content

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On StrikeThe union action has received support from Harper authors and from the stage at the recent National Book Awards.

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College LibraryThe university library holds first a central role as a study space. With enrollment increasingly diverse, librarians and administrators see responsibility for making that study space into a welcoming place, too.

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TV DoctorSugar-sweetened beverages and COVID-19. Gun violence and teenage sex. What they share is that each can lead to dangerous health consequences. Data-driven science shows us how in each case, the cause leads to effect. The science, though, may not be enough to change minds and save lives.

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Library ShelvesIn the US election this month, books bans and public school teaching restrictions remained hot button issues, according to Andrew Albanese, Publishers Weekly senior writer.

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CourthouseFor a close reading of Judge Florence Pan’s ruling to block Penguin Random House’s proposed acquisition of Simon & Schuster, CCC’s Chris Kenneally spoke with Michael Cader of Publishers Lunch.

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CourthouseWith one especially dominant firm in the market, there would be fewer bidders for book rights with negative impact on negotiations for those rights.

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Student Reading EbookThe trick to making ebooks accessible and even beautiful is to think of them as software, says Jens Tröger, Bookalope founder.

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CourthouseUpon review of the extensive record and careful consideration of the parties’ arguments’, the government successfully showed that the effect of the proposed merger, ‘may be to substantially to lessen competition' in the market for the U.S. publishing rights to anticipated top-selling books.

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College Students In LibraryPublishers and universities are developing innovative business models for publishing and selling textbooks to help more students afford college in their chosen fields of study.

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Hardbound BooksSupply chain issues have troubled book publishers since the pandemic began over two and a half years ago. As 2022 nears its end, the logistics gremlins are dramatically showing up in the bottom line.