Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Canongate goes digital

From The Sunday Herald:
The Edinburgh-based publisher [Canongate] has revealed plans to digitise its entire back catalogue, making its 450 titles available as downloadable e-books by the end of the year. And in a similar style to films coming with extra features when released on DVD, Canongate plans add-ons for anyone who buys an e-book...

"We're doing some really cool stuff that will turn some heads and break ground in the area of e-books," said Jamie Byng, the managing director. "We are using the medium, not just replicating content. That's where the real opportunities lie."

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