Thursday, May 25, 2006

Amazon books on demand has started a program with publishers that allows out-of-print titles and lower-volume books to be printed and shipped on demand when consumers place orders.

"Customers are coming to detail pages and find they can't buy" an out-of-print book, Greg Greeley, vice president of worldwide media at, said in an interview. "We think this is a great proposition for publishers to address that," said. "It unlocks this great content that is out there that customers haven't been able to buy."
More from The Seattle Times.

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