Morning Roundup: Apple iTunes U expands, Instapaper launches weekly digest and more
January 22, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
Apple iTunes U Expands Into 50 New Countries (GoodeReader)
Apple iTunes U is the outfit responsible for thousands of interactive eTextbooks that are aimed at the educational sphere and learning inclined.
China Tightens Control Over Online Video, Book Publishing (Variety)
Chinese authorities have announced new controls on the posting of content to online video sites. Separately, there is to be additional scrutiny of Chinese-language book publishing.
Now That Publishing and Circulation Are Free, What Can Media Companies Do to Create Scarcity? (Forbes)
Since the introduction of the Gutenberg Printing Press, circulation and printing technology have determined the business models that succeed in print media.
Instapaper Launches New Weekly Digest (The Digital Reader)
The save for later service Instapaper launched a new feature today which promises to keep your Sunday mornings well stocked with reading material.
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