Traditional publishing CEOs are happy to sell fewer ebooks

Traditional publishing CEOs are happy to sell fewer ebooks

This article discusses e-book vs. print book publishing, and how it seems that big publishing companies are possibly hindering e-book sales in order to keep print publishing on the rise. Its also possible that people aren’t really reading that many e-books because are tired of screens, raising the question of how books can more effectively enter the digital market. However, the article seems to think that it’s mostly just publishing companies that are trying to keep print books relevant by focusing more on them and less on e-book sales. Whatever the case may be, the current state of traditionally published books isĀ 80% print, 20% e-book.