Times, Journal go SoftBook

June 1999
Editor & Publisher;06/12/99, Vol. 132 Issue 24, p8
Trade Publication
Discloses that SoftBook Press Inc. will offer daily news from `The New York Times' and `The Wall Street Journal' interactive editions in electronic book format through its SoftBook Reader system.


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