Investing in Ebooks, Time Warner Will `Err On the Side Of Ambition'

May 2000
Book Publishing Report;05/29/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 22, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on Time Warner Trade Publishing's plan to launch an electronic publishing division in early 2001. Division to be called iPublish; Digital publishing of Time Warner titles; Publishing of original content and providing of educational resources for would-be authors; Independent marketing and editorial staffs with well-known authors.


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