Posts tagged Reader’s Digest
Morning Links – E-Book news you may have missed
January 9, 2013 | 12:21 pm
Reader's Digest UK Undergoes Restructuring, Drops 75% of Employees (Good E-Reader) Ebook 'Lines' Can be Powerful for Brand Extensions (Digital Book World) New Price List Shows Marked Change in Library eBook Availability (The Digital Reader) eBook Bestsellers Average Price Drops $0.61 This Year (App Newser) Kindle Daily Deals: In the Land of the Long White Cloud by Sarah Lark (and 3 others) ...
Reader’s Digest comes to the iPad
August 19, 2011 | 10:06 am
From Mobileburn: Starting with next months issue, Reader's Digest will be the latest print magazine to offer regular monthly editions for Apple's iPad tablet. Readers will be able to subscribe to the digital magazine for a full year, or purchase issues individually. Reader's Digest is offering six months of the iPad version for free to those who have subscribed to the print edition of the magazine. After that, users will need to fork over $1.99 per issue, or $14.99 for a yearly subscription to continue reading the magazine on their iPads. ...
Reader’s Digest faces the challenges of the digital age
May 11, 2011 | 10:29 pm
Reader’s Digest, one of the original “content aggregators,” is working on revamping itself digitally. Long before the web even existed, Readers Digest was republishing content from other magazines, bundled together in a form that would give subscribers access to a wide variety of interesting content. The magazine was apparently hit hard by the digital age—it just emerged from bankruptcy last year—but has been making a comeback; it is currently the bestselling magazine in the Kindle Store, and has released three apps this year. And it just hired Matthew Goldenberg, former managing editor and operations director for Bloomberg, to be the general...