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Tor rips up the rulebook on digital rights management

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Authors, agents and retailers welcome science fiction publisher's announcement that its entire ebook list is to become DRM-freeTor, the world's biggest science fiction publisher and home to authors including Orson Scott Card, China Miéville and Cory Doctorow, has shaken publishing with the news that its entire list of ebooks is...
Tor rips up the rulebook on digital rights management
Google Continues Magazines Rollout, Now Live UK Google Play Store; Next Stop Europe?

Interview: UBM CEO Says Print Sell-Offs Complete, Digital Tip Point Ahead

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UBM CEO David Levin tells paidContent the business publisher is done with off-loading content businesses for now and is about to see online revenue overtake print, after a year in which it sold several magazine titles and bought more heavily in to events. The group sold its French medical...
Interview: UBM CEO Says Print Sell-Offs Complete, Digital Tip Point Ahead

British tabloid The Sun readies its paywall for August 1, but can English football clips help it succeed?

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The Sun, the UK’s best-selling tabloid newspaper, will be going behind a paywall from August 1 this year for £2 ($3 USD) a week. We first reported this paywall was coming back in March, but now the Guardian has ratified the details via an internal email sent around staff at...
British tabloid The Sun readies its paywall for August 1, but can English football clips help it succeed?

Tipping point season – digital sales bolster analogue

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InformationWeek business publisher and events organiser UBM on Wednesday became the latest to report what is now becoming a trend: ”As expected, UBM’s online marketing services revenues exceeded print revenues for a full reporting period for the first time.” It is the latest media industry tipping point I have observed in...
Tipping point season – digital sales bolster analogue

Briefing Media Takes Farmers And Doctors Off UBM's Hands

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B2B publisher UBM is off-loading its UK magazines for farmers and doctors, as it looks to further exit the direct content publishing business in favour of data, marketing and events. Briefing Media, a budding B2B start-up founded by former Incisive and Nexus executives, is buying the assets, including Farmers...
Briefing Media Takes Farmers And Doctors Off UBM's Hands
Retail: With Amazon Surging in UK, Supermarket Chain Tesco Goes Shopping for eBooks
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