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The Atlantic launches a new ebook division; will sell e-singles and curated collections

May 17, 2013


The Atlantic is launching a new line of ebooks, “The Atlantic Books,” which will include both “original long-form pieces between 10,000 and 30,000 words, and curated archival collections that span the magazine’s 155-year history and feature some of the best-loved voices in American letters.” The Atlantic Books is the first in a number of planned paid […]

Audited Media: “tablets are the most important digital channel for their publication’s future.”

December 17, 2012


A new survey from the Alliance for Audited Media (formerly the Audit Bureau of Circulations) finds that newspaper and magazine publishers’ digital businesses are gradually becoming profitable, and 63 percent say “tablets are the most important digital channel for their publication’s future.” A large annual survey of magazine and newspaper publishers finds that 90 percent […]

Forbes: Times and NY Times paywall figures compared

September 3, 2012


Forbes reports on encouraging subscriber stats for the New York Times, the second set of figures released since it went behind a porous paywall in March. Since then, the paper has amassed some 224,000 digital-only subscribers. Another 57,000 subscribe to replica editions delivered on e-readers like the Kindle and the Nook. On top of that, […]

Harvard ha recopilado las mejores historias publicadas acerca del periodismo de nueva generación durante el mes de julio en un eBook.

August 22, 2012


Carátula del libro ‘El Futuro de las Noticias como se conocen”. (Foto: Nieman Journalism Lab) Por Roberto García Más artículos de este autor Última actualización 03/08/2012@16:44:30 GMT+1    La Fundación Nieman para el Periodismo en la Universidad de Harvard (EEUU) a través de su laboratorio de investigación ha publicado un libro electrónico adaptado a diferentes […]

$14.5M in Digital Subscription Revenues for The Economist

June 2, 2012


While most publications have seen a decline in subscription rates over the last decade, The Economist has been able to double its circulation to 1.5 million in that time, mainly the result of some savvy marketing. Of that1.5 million, recent reports indicate that 100,000 are digital-only subscriptions, garnering approximately $12.7 million in online dollars for […]

Follow Up: The Tablet Really Is Killing The E-Reader

April 28, 2012


E Ink Holdings, the firm behind the allegedly easy-on-the-eye daylight readable electronic paper that once made your Kindle or Nook so great, has just reportedits first loss in 10 successive quarters.  The company made a net loss of NT$787 million (a little under $27 million) for the first three months of 2012, after it saw a […]

One Publisher’s E-Book Revenues Up 795% In 2011

January 19, 2012


  Book publishers don’t often share much information about their digital revenues, but Naperville, Ill.-based independent publisher Sourcebooks reports some good news, including nearly 800 percent growth in e-book revenues in 2011. The mid-sized Sourcebooks publishes over 300 books a year in a variety of categories, including nonfiction, historical fiction and romance, children’s and gift […]