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The weekly August series is about the future of book and the publishing industry. Each week, we'll talk to Michael Cader, founder of Publishers Marketplace and the widely-read daily newsletter about the publishing industry Publishers Lunch, will discuss where the publishing industry is headed. 

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Book Futures: The Young Adult Market

Thursday, August 26, 2010

In the fourth and final installment of our series on the future of books and the publishing industry, Michael Cader, founder of Publishers Marketplace and Publishers Lunch, discusses the growth in the young adult market.

We're coming up with a young adult reading list. Make your suggestions! 

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Listener Suggestions: Young Adult Reading List

Thursday, August 26, 2010

As part of the Brian Lehrer Show's August weekly series, Book Futures, on the future of the publishing industry with Michael Cader, founder of Publishers Marketplace and Publishers Lunch, we asked you to help us make a reading list for young adults. Here are your suggestions!

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Book Futures: The College Market

Thursday, August 19, 2010

In the 3rd installment of our August weekly series on books and the future of the publishing industry, Michael Cader, founder of Publishers Marketplace and Publishers Lunch, discusses the changing college market.

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Book Futures: The Rise of the E-Book

Thursday, August 12, 2010

For our weekly series in August, we're taking a look at the future of the publishing industry.  This week: the rise of the e-book. Michael Cader, founder of Publishers Marketplace and Publishers Lunch, joins to discuss.

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Book Futures: The Fate of Bookstores

Thursday, August 05, 2010

The August weekly series on the future of the publishing industry starts today. With the news this week that Barnes & Noble is putting itself up for sale, Michael Cader, founder of Publishers Marketplace and Publishers Lunch, discusses the fate of bookstores large and small.

Where do you really like to buy books and why? Online, a big box store, an indie bookshop? Be honest...

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