Publisher and author trade associations in UK are raising alarm over potential effects of Brexit on book market due to “copyright exhaustion.”
That effort to whistle past the grave possibilities was dear to many UK publishing folks this spring at the London Book Fair (LBF).
Simon & Schuster chief Carolyn Reidy, said that Brexit will mean “an end to Britain trying to grab Europe as an exclusive market.”
Amazon lifted most-favored-nation status from EU ebook contracts in 2017.
Profile of Stephen Lotinga, who became the chief of the UK Publishers Association weeks before results of the Brexit referendum.
As this edition of The Hot Sheet is written, the full upshot of the UK’s “Brexit” referendum is far from known.
By the time you receive our next edition, the result of the June 23 referendum on the UK’s membership in the European Union will be known.