IBNA- Chairman of the Board of Directors of Iran’s Exporters Union of Printing and Packaging Industry said: “Mere lifting of sanctions does not guarantee a decline in the final cost of paper as there are other obstacles on the way.”
IBNA- 249 book titles published in the field of literature from July 10 to 14 indicates a boom in publishing literary books in less than a week.
IBNA- Iran’s National Institute of Oceanography and Atmospheric Sciences, and the University of the Persian Gulf signed a cooperation agreement to develop research and training in fields related to marine and oceanographic science and technology.
IBNA- A faculty member of Isfahan University gave details about the translation and publication of the 28-volume set ‘Braunwald 2015’on heart diseases.
IBNA- Head of Tehran’s Union of Publishers and Booksellers Mahmoud Amouzgar stressed the importance of the presence of the Iranian publications in Frankfurt Book Fair and other international events.
IBNA- ‘Defending the Boundaries of Iranian Traditional Medicine’ and ‘Characteristics of Iranian Islamic Medicine’ are two books released by Arman-e Roshd Publications on the field of traditional medicine.
IBNA- The first book on the series of magazine ‘Journalistic Researches’ edited by Seyyed Farid Qassemi was published by Amir Kabir Publications. This book unfolds the history of the periodical ‘Journalistic Researches’.
IBNA- From June 11 to 18, 2015, 255 books in Persian were published on literature in Iran, of which 175 were printed for the first time and 80 volumes were reprinted.
IBNA- Secretariat of the 1st National Congress of Book and Publication, which is scheduled to be held concurrent with Iran's Book Week began to work.
IBNA- The unveiling ceremony of the 20-volume book ‘Comprehensive History of Iran’ was held today morning, June 16, 2015. This ceremony was attended by the Chairman of Iran’s Expediency Council and former President Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani,The Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Ali Jannati ...
IBNA- Prominent Iranian poet and satirist Javad Mojabi believes that digital books will be the masters of the future world and the process of publishing them will become more facile in the course of time.
IBNA- It is just about two decades since the beginning of media management in Iran, yet the need for progress and development of the field is properly felt despite this short time. The book ‘Media Management Review’ seeks a small contribution to solving this problem.
IBNA- The project of establishing a quality management system based on ISO 9001 standards, version 2008, has begun in the Hosseinyeh Ershad Public Library in Tehran.
IBNA- At a press conference, Iran's Culture Ministry Spokesman Hossein Noushabadi announced that 100 Billion rials (about $3 million) saved in holding Tehran Book Fair this year and described the new tax exemption on publication, press institutions, art and cultural activists.
IBNA- The unveiling ceremony of the five-volume series ‘History of Persian Book Publishing, from Its Beginning to the revolution”, written by Farid Moradi was held on Saturday, May 30, 2015, at Iran’s House of Literati.
IBNA- Call for the 12th Book Review Festival which will be held by Iran's Book House Institute issued. The event is scheduled for November – December 2015.
IBNA- At the 5th Digital Print Fair which is currently underway in Tehran, Iran’s Book House (IBH) has released the 35 works including the US version of a reference on Iranian publication.
IBNA- leading Iranian writer Mahmoud Dowlatabadi says although the young people are mostly engaged in computer and Internet, he is unwilling to publish his books online, because the situation of digital books in Iran is chaotic.
IBNA- In a meeting on future markets of digital printing and the formations impact on future digital publishing, the member of the board of directors of Iran’s Digital Printing Union Amir Hossein Ghasemi said that Iran’s digital printing isn’t lagging behind the world.
IBNA- The first meeting of the policy-making council of the 15th Iran’s Festival of Print Industry was held attended by Seyyed Abbas Salehi, Deputy Culture Minister and a member of this council.