New bookshop with e-books – Legimi.de – is now available. The website, which has been functioning in Poland for a couple of years and offering books within subscriptions, prepared a surprise for its users in form of a collection of e-books which may be downloaded for free.
Arta Tech – inkBOOK brand owner informed that inkBOOK Prime and inkBOOK Classic 2 readers as the first products in the world will support the latest DRM safety standard for electronic books – Sony URMS. It will make it easier to share the purchased e-books and allow the publishers to implement new business models.
IBUK Libra Light is a platform that provides publications for the blind, visually impaired and physically disabled people (who can’t read printed books). Eligible readers have free access to the publication of fiction, scientific and specialist in ePUB or mp3 file format. The innovative project, initiated by the Polish Chamber of Books, was carried out by PWN on behalf of the Book Institute. The project is funded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
Arta Tech launched a unique program for e-book stores and Content Retailers that would not only allow them to sell content through e-book readers but also expand their operations to new markets and sales channels.
On March 14, the first day of the London Book Fair, the International Publishers Association’s Education Publishers Forum organizes an international education conference titled: “What Works? Successful Publishing Resources & Technologies for the Future”. On its fifth edition at…