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The IPG Podcast

Release Date: 05/12/2020

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Zebralution's Carla Herbertson joins this episode of the IPG Podcast to discuss the fast-growing streaming market for audiobooks. She shares advice for publishers seeking to get their content found and heard on platforms like Spotify, and explains what Zebralution can do to help.

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Clays' Belle Hinchin and Leyla Yusuf-Strang join this episode of the IPG Podcast to talk about printing and ways publishers can make their books stand out from the crowd. They also explain how printers like Clays can help with distribution and other aspects of the publishing process.

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This episode of the IPG Podcast discusses opportunities for UK publishers in the Middle East with Ingram Content Group's David Taylor. David shares advice for reaching markets across the Arab World and North Africa, and explains what Ingram is doing to improve access to them.

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In this episode of the IPG Podcast, Nathan Hull of Beat discusses the fast-growing audiobook subscription market. He explains how publishers can make the most of opportunities in the space, and looks at important changes in the ways audio content is consumed and created.

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This episode of the IPG Podcast discusses the role of software in managing publishing workflows. Rod Elder of Virtusales explains its benefits and how to integrate new systems into a business.

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This episode of the IPG Podcast discusses printing in the wake of the pandemic with Paul Randall of HP. Paul suggests how publishers can overcome challenges to book distribution, and explains some of the biggest benefits of print on demand.

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This episode of the IPG Podcast discusses publishers' efforts to make content more accessible to visually impaired people. Our guest is Deborah Harman of Amnet Systems, who shares some excellent and practical advice on accessibility issues including processes, formats and regulations to be aware of.

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Barefoot Books' co-founder Nancy Traversy joins us on this edition of the IPG Podcast to discuss diversity in publishing. Nancy talks to us about Barefoot's story so far, its achievements in championing cultural diversity and what publishing can do to make itself more inclusive and representative.

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This episode of the IPG Podcast discusses the urgent issue of diversity with former publisher, agent and Diversity in Publishing Network co-founder Elise Dillsworth. Elise discusses progress on diversity and what more needs to be done, as well as the achievements of her fellow DIPNet founder Alison Morrison.

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How can publishers make the job or managing royalties easier, and what are the best ways to embed automation in publishing? MetaComet's David Marlin tackles these and other questions in this episode of the IPG Podcast.

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