“Our Mission is to Create the Future of Books” (Interview with CEO of Penguin Random House)
Here’s One Exchange from a New Interview (about 800 words) with Markus Dohle, CEO, Penguin Random House Published by The Indian Express:
Q. After its tremendous take-off, the popularity of digital books has flagged a bit in the last couple of years. Does that make you more hopeful of the future of printed books?
Dohle: Yes indeed, though as PRH we have always been format agnostic. We’ve invested in both print and digital over the last decade. The strength of the printed book is actually stabilising the markets and the entire book ecosystem. Bookstores are critical because they are still the most important way for readers to discover new books.
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