Scholastic's Imprint With Ruckus Focusing on Multiple Formats

September 2011
Book Publishing Report;Sep2011, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p2
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The article reports that multiple formats for print and digital publishing will be applied by the partnership between Ruckus Media Group LLC and Scholastic Inc. in the U.S. It notes that interactive animated storybooks have been ventured into by Ruckus. It mentions that Scholastic has linked its distribution network to Ruckus.


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