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International Library News 

24 October 2012

Libraries own ebooks, says Random House The issue of library ebook ownership is receiving renewed attention after Random House in the US reiterated its position this week that libraries own...

Classics for kids 

20 August 2012

Is there a market for contemporary editions of children’s classics? Publishers seem to think so. Rita Yazdani investigates. In August, Random House launched the first 23 titles in its Vintage...

In brief 

11 September 2007

Concern at commercialisation of textbooks in NSWThe New South Wales Opposition has expressed concerns that the State Government is allowing corporations to market their products in books used in schools....

Random sweeps NZ book industry awards 

31 July 2007

The winners of this year's THORPE-Bowker New Zealand Book Industry Awards were announced at the annual New Zealand book awards dinner on Sunday 29 July in Auckland.The dinner was the focal...

In brief 

29 May 2007

Garrett on ‘Book Show' Following new federal Minister for the Arts Senator George Brandis' interview on ABC Radio National's ‘Book Show', federal shadow Minister for the Arts Peter Garrett has...

Lette moves to Random 

22 May 2007

Random House Australia has announced it will publish the next two books by Kathy Lette, whose most recent novel How to Kill Your Husband (And Other Handy Household Hints) was...

Random buys stake in BBC Books 

27 June 2006

Random House UK has bought a majority stake in BBC Books.BBC Books will become part of Random's Ebury division, which specialises in TV tie-ins and ‘brand-led nonfiction'. BBC Worldwide will...