E-Books: Dead and Alive

May 2008
Book Publishing Report;May2008, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers information about Digital Book 2008, an annual event of the International Digital Publishing Forum in the U.S. It states that digital or electronic books represent one percent or less of the total trade market. It mentions that a speaker at the event stated that print books would not be replaced by digitization but rather increased through digitization. It discusses the need for publishers' awareness about digital conversion.


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