Morning Roundup: eBook subscriptions here to stay. Amazon Prime to get streaming music?
May 30, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
The eBook Subscription Model is Here to Stay (GoodeReader)
Now, ebook subscriptions are growing in popularity, with readers and publishers alike. Everything from short term loans, all-you-can-eat, paywall leveled, freemium, and open access are arriving on the scene, and each has its pros and cons.
Is BEA 2014 the Year of the Rerun? (The Digital Reader)
As the first day of BEA 2014 draws to a close, I am reminded of just how many of the new startups I saw reminded me of startups I saw in 2010 and 2011.
Amazon Prime Members Will Reportedly Get a Streaming Music Service This Summer (GigaOM)
It looks as if you can add Amazon to the list of companies adding music streaming. A new report suggests the service is coming to Prime in June or July.
Self-Published Authors Predict Fewer Books, More Indie Clout (Digital Book World)
So if the hybrid phenomenon shrinks away, what might the indie landscape look like in the near future? Here are a few predictions.
Kindle Daily Deal: Novels by Dan Mayland (and others)