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Dreamland’s new releases at Frankfurt Book Fair

Dreamland’s new releases at Frankfurt Book Fair Gone are the days when simple colouring books and a collection of find the differences were all available on the name of activity books. Today, there’s an array of imaginative options…

Storytel surpasses one million paying subscribers

Storytel’s offering of reading and listening experiences is growing substantially.The number of audio and ebook users has continued to rise significantly during the summer, and recently the company reached a new milestone with over one…

Publishing workshop for Indian regional publishers

In the framework of Paris Book Fair 2020 (Livre Paris), the French Institute in India will organize two workshops in New Delhi for the Indian regional publishers. The objectives of these professional workshops would be to serve the needs of…

Dominique Sigaud in The Media Rumble

The French Institute in India was honoured to invite award-winning journalist, essayist and writer Dominique SIGAUD in India for The Media Rumble and a series of talks in New Delhi and Mumbai. A former war journalist, she writes on topics…

Indian language publishing on the rise

The demand for online content in Indian languages (IL) is growing faster than for that in English. Recently released census data suggest that more than 50% of young Indians are bilingual and 18% are trilingual. Migration of youth, for…

Industry mourns the loss of Toni Morrison

Chloe Anthony Wofford “Toni” Morrison (born Chloe Ardelia Wofford;February 18, 1931 – August 5, 2019) died recently. She was an American novelist, essayist, editor, teacher, and professor emeritus at Princeton University. Her first novel,…

Rentrée Littéraire on the cards!

The French Institute in India, is set to organize Rentrée littéraire, a major event in the world of literature in France where each year at the end of August, various new books (novels, graphic novels and essays etc.) are published. It is…

CBS and Viacom to unite again!

CBS and Viacom, two of the world’s leading entertainment companies, have entered into a definitive agreement to combine in an all-stock merger, creating a combined company with more than $28 billion in revenue.The combined company,…