Publishing at the Tipping Point: a 2009 research brief for SNCR.org

A convergence of factors is pushing the publishing industry to a tipping point in 2009. Unlike past “watershed” years, this one is not just wishful thinking. The changes we are seeing now are real and lasting. As a result, some publishers (and related businesses) may not survive — but the book world as a whole will emerge leaner, meaner, greener, and more egalitarian than before.

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About Danny O. Snow

SELF-PUBLISHERS MONTHLY was launched in 2013 by Harvard graduate Danny O. Snow. He has served as a senior research fellow of The Society for New Communications Research (SNCR.org) since 2008. Snow also works as a consultant to fellow authors and publishers, as a public speaker, and as a journalist. He has written for Publishers Weekly, The Independent, Huffington Post, Indie Reader and many other print and online publications. He is widely quoted by other major print, broadcast and online media about new publishing and communication technologies. In 2009, he was elected to a two-year term on the board of directors of the Independent Book Publishers Association, serving 3,000+ publishing firms across North America and around the world. (Staff photo by Thomas Buckner, Copyright © 2009, all rights reserved.)

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