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Survey Finds 75% of College Students Stick to Print Textbooks - Posted January 7, 2011
According to the Book Industry Study Group (BISG)'s "Student Attitudes Toward Content in Higher Education" survey, 75 percent of college students prefer print textbooks over digital versions. eBookNewser noted that 12 percent of t... [GalleyCat]

HP-19: Effect on Children's Books Sales - Posted July 2, 2007
In one of the least surprising bits of publishing news out this week, the New York Times' Alex Mindlin reports that children's book sales in 2006 rose last year at a rate that disappointed the industry, according to a report released in June by the Book Industry Study Group. Granted, that'... [GalleyCat]

Publishing Statistics Galore - Posted June 4, 2007
During BEA, the Book Industry Study Group released statistics on book sales and buying habits during 2006, reports the New York Times' Motoko Rich. Publishers sold 3.1 billion books in 2006, up just 0.5 percent from the 3.09 billion sold the year before, according to Book Industry Trends 2007, an annual... [GalleyCat]