S&S Changes Library E-book, Digital Audio Terms

S&S officials confirmed that as of August 1, public libraries will be able to license S&S e-books for two-year terms, on a one copy/one user model, with most “new release” e-books priced between $38.99 and $52.99. Previously, S&S e-books were sold on one-year licenses, though at a lower price point. S&S will also offer "per-checkout licenses" on select e-book titles. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2019-07-01 04:00:00 UTC ]
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Coronavirus: Macmillan and PRH Ease Library Digital Book Availability

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Citing Embargo, Libraries Plan Boycott of Blackstone Digital Audio

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Penguin Random House Changes Library E-book Lending Terms

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Princeton’s Cotsen Library Digitizes Classic Soviet Children’s Books

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