A 2009 survey of e-book reading devices owners revealed that they are 11% more likely to own their own homes and 87% more likely to have annual incomes over $100,000.
TeleRead attracts a wide variety or readers, ranging from people in publishing/technology/academia and library science. The typical TeleRead reader is college educated, passionate about reading and an early adopter of technology.
More About TeleRead:
TeleRead is the longest running English-language site focused on e-book news and views (publishing since the 1990s) and covers hot-button issues about technology and publishing and issues relating to education and library access.
Featuring regular contributions from authors, educators, librarians, publishers and technical experts, TeleRead has been featured or quoted or mentioned on Huffington Post, Wired, Slashdot, Washington Post, AdAge, Computerworld, BoingBoing, Engadget, Oreilly Radar, MobileRead, Publishers’ Weekly, The Bookseller and numerous blogs about technology and books.