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Adding relevance

25 August 2008

'Journals publishing has probably changed more in the last 15 years than since T & F (Taylor and Francis) first started publishing them in 1798. It's obvious, but the internet has changed print. Publishers have moved from being suppliers of information where there has been a lack of it, to filters of quality in a world where there has been too much of it. What's the difference between junk email and a letter that has been written to you? It's relevance. That's what publishers do, add relevance.'

Roger Horton, CEO of Taylor & Francis on academic publishing in the Bookseller