Pearson Takes DK's Book Properties Digital Through ITs Newest Division

December 2000
Book Publishing Report;12/25/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 50, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the use of the book content from Penguin and Dorling Kindersley to power the Dorling Kindersley Digital Media Division. Schedule of operations of the division; Services offered; List of licensed properties owned by the company.


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