Jul
2

On Apple losing its appeal and digital windowing

Disruptive Competition Project’s Matt Schruers offers some excellent thoughts on Apple losing its appeal and digital content “windowing.”

Jul
1

eBook subscriptions hit snags

Digital Book World says eBook Subscription service Scribd will remove romance novels from its catalog in order to streamline growth.

With Amazon’s July 1st retooling of its Kindle Unlimited eBook subscription service to pay participating authors less, could it be we’re seeing the failure of the “all you can eat” eBook platform?

Here’s an idea: how about they sell eBooks to consumers at an affordable price!

Jun
30

Apple still guilty of eBook price fixing

The Hollywood Reporter says Apple is still guilty of eBook price fixing after its failure to overturn the U.S. Justice Department’s guilty verdict against it.

Jun
29
Jun
28

DC Comics for hoopla digital

Digital Book World reports hoopla digital will offer digital comics via its library distribution platform after inking a deal with DC Entertainment.

Jun
26

eBooks take too long to consume for “all you can eat” subscription services to work

Entrepreneur’s Jason Illian explains why eBook subscriptions services cannot be equated with Netflix or Spotify.

Jun
25

Scribd acquires Librify

According to a Digital Book World post subscription-based eBook provider Scribd has acquired social eReading platform Librify.

Jun
24

Kindle Unlimited will “cheapen” books

PCMag’s Chandra Steele writes that Amazon’s upcoming changes to its Kindle Unlimited eBook subscription service will make “books cheaper” but also “cheapen” them.

In the new deal (decree?) participating Indie authors will only be paid for pages read.

Jun
23

No upside to Amazon’s new pay-by-the-page Kindle Unlimited plan

John Scalzi calls it as he sees it regarding Amazon’s upcoming pay-by-the-page payment plan for Kindle Select authors enrolled in the Kindle Unlimited eBook subscription service.

There is no upside for the authors.

Jun
22

Germany to restrict adult eBook sales until after 10 p.m.

Techdirt reports that Germany plans to restrict the sale of “AdulteBooks to a 10 p.m. until 6 a.m. window.

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