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E-readers are most popular in ... Kentucky?

The Christian Science Monitor – 2012-04-21

The college town of Lexington, Ky. is the US city in which e-readers are the most popular, according to a new study by The Atlantic.
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Ownership of tablets, e-readers jumps during holiday season

In the U.S., 19% of adults owned tablets and electronic book readers in January, nearly double the percentage in the previous month, a survey finds. The growth comes as PC sales slow.Remember when... | L.A. Times – 2012-01-24

Faber launches online project hub for YA readers

Faber and Faber has set up a social media hub, The Spark, for teenagers to get involved in Faber... | The Bookseller – 2012-01-23

Survey: 59 Per Cent of Newspaper Readers Say Price Has Put Them Off

The National Federation of Retail Newsagents (NFRN) says the results of a consumer survey make an “overwhelming’” case for an Office of Fair Trading review of the newspaper and... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-01-20

Vook: iBooks Author has limited appeal for writers, readers

Following Apple's unveiling of e-book publishing platform iBooks Author Thursday, I reached out to Vook, the startup founded in 2009 by Brad Inman that provides a top-to-bottom publishing experience... | GigaOM – 2012-01-20

Washington Post Invites Readers To Subscribe To Staff On Facebook

Today, Mark S. Luckie — the founder of 10,000 Words, and now full-time social media guy at WaPo – invited readers to subscribe to its staff on Facebook. He wrote: Looking to connect with... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-01-20

Cleveland Plain Dealer readers confused by decision to pull Non Sequitur comic

The Plain Dealer decided not to publish a Non Sequitur comic Friday that depicts a bunny looking at a police lineup of other animals and saying, “They all really do look alike to me.” In its... | Poynter. – 2012-01-18

Reading Agency to cheer up readers

The Reading Agency is to launch a Mood-boosting Books campaign, teaming up with Vintage and its... | The Bookseller – 2012-01-09

1 in 40 people now have e-readers

Over 90% of the e-readers bought over Christmas were Kindles, according to research released... | The Bookseller – 2012-01-04

Denmark's newspaper readers desert print

We tend to think that it is only British and American newspapers that are losing sales and readers.Here's a reminder that it is happening elsewhere. The graph below may be indistinct, but the picture... | Guardian – 2011-12-23

YouGov: books 'among most popular online buys'

Books are among the items most commonly bought online, according to a report from market research... | The Bookseller – 2011-12-21

E-Book Readers Face Sticker Shock

Cheap new e-readers are expected to be one of the hottest gifts this holiday season. But new owners of Kindles and Nooks may be in for sticker shock on Christmas morning: The price gap between the... | AllThingsD – 2011-12-16

Sticker Shock For E-Book Readers

New owners of Kindles and Nooks may be in for a surprise: the prices of some popular e-books have soared, and in some cases, the e-books are even more expensive than their printed equivalents. | The Wall Street Journal – 2011-12-15

CWA to launch readers' initiative

The Crime Writers’ Association (CWA) is to launch a new initiative, the Crime Readers... | The Bookseller – 2011-12-07

Asda to sell Kobo e-readers

Asda will begin selling the Kobo wireless e-reader for £67 this Friday (9th December). The... | The Bookseller – 2011-12-06

Oh the irony! Readers launch campaign to save a newspaper on Facebook

I attended a breakfast lecture this morning - at the Savoy, since you ask - about the ongoing transition from print to online. I accepted the Chatham House rules so I can't go into details.However,... | Guardian – 2011-12-06

Survey: Magazine e-readers want more digital content

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iPad Magazine Readers to Publishers: More, Please

Publishers' hopes for the iPad and e-readers have come back to earth. But the people who actually download these things like them quite a bit, according to a new survey. | AllThingsD – 2011-11-21

Digital Readers 11 Percent of Total Magazine Audience

For those who still doubt that magazine content has a place in the digital world, new data proves magazines’ growing digital prowess. | Folio Magazine – 2011-11-18

The readers' editor on... the removal of share prices from the financial pages

Share prices have been dropped from print as a response to the changing ways in which our readership consumes journalismOne of the innovations at the Guardian when the paper went from a broadsheet to... | Guardian – 2011-11-14

E-readers Are Big Winners in Tablet Wars

As budget media tablets race to the bottom on price, e-book readers are the real winners receiving deep price cuts and improved features. | PC World – 2011-11-09

Yahoo hopes to reach readers with iPad magazine

Yahoo is joining the computer tablet bandwagon with a digital magazine designed for the iPad. | – 2011-11-03

Tablet Users Are Heavy News Readers

A year and a half since the Apple iPad was introduced, a new study shows that reading news has become a big part of what people use tablets for. But publishers still have a way to go to get people to... | AdWeek – 2011-10-25

How to introduce a new editor to the readers...

Publishers often issue statements praising their incoming editors, but few are as fulsome and effusive as the one just published on his newspapers' websites by Eric Meyer.He runs three weekly papers... | Guardian – 2011-10-20

FBF: Bricks and mortar shops need own e-readers

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2011 Man Booker shortlist most popular ever

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More Readers, Sales for E-books

There are almost as many e-book surveys as there are digital conferences. Two new surveys released last week provided more information, one on the impact digital readers have had on consumers'... | Publishers Weekly – 2011-09-23

'Sports Illustrated' Goes High-Tech in Search of Younger Readers

For its latest college football tour, Sports Illustrated is going high-tech. The Time Inc. weekly is taking its Sports Illustrated Heisman Tour to 10 high-profile college football games, where it... | AdWeek – 2011-09-07

Newspaper magazines still matter; they deliver women readers

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ABBYY FineReader now supports popular e-reader formats

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Advertising: A Magazine Bets That Readers Play Tag

Glamour wants readers to scan the Facebook icon next to the singer Rihanna, and other icons placed throughout the issue. | The New York Times – 2011-08-23

How Readers Respond When a Magazine Goes Digital-Only

Linux Journal feels the heat but also hears the praise. | Folio Magazine – 2011-08-23

Newspaper ad covering front page ‘shocks’ staff, but it’s ‘a real snoozer’ to readers

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Tablets More Effective Than E-Readers in Ad Engagement

In a new study released by Gfk MRI Starch Advertising Research, the collected data finds users are more likely to engage with magazine advertisements on tablets than on the e-reader platform. | Folio Magazine – 2011-08-09

Between the lines: Sacramento-area readers continue their summer book lists

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Sony to launch upgraded e-readers

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Beach-Worthy E-Readers

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Judging E-Readers by Their Book Readability

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Mercury titles set to rock readers

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Council cutbacks hit blind readers using RNIB scheme

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Ofsted: libraries the key for 'keen readers'

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Nook Color a favourite among female readers

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Study Finds Readers More Likely to Skim Over Articles on an iPad Than in a Newspaper

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iPad users may not become book readers, report finds

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Readers, Influence and Profit?

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Did author of 'Tea' lie to readers, fans?

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The readers' editor… on what really annoys readers

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Vatican newspaper goes online – but readers will soon have to pay

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Mail Online becomes world's second most-popular news website

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Fiction Express seeks interaction from readers for digital series

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E-readers infiltrate book clubs

When confronting that powerful force known as tradition, club members say new technologies can lead to intra-club resentments and upend entrenched protocols. | San Jose Mercury News – 2011-04-06

Reading habits and readers' thoughts on The Daily

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Popular Science sells 10,000 iPad subscriptions

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Why iPads Will Beat E-Readers

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Borders collapse: readers turn to e-books

Interest in e-books has jumped since Borders and Angus & Robertson slipped into voluntary administration. | The Sydney Morning Herald – 2011-03-28

Microsoft and Apple Sue Over E-Readers, App Store

As the competition heats up, so do the lawsuits. | Folio Magazine – 2011-03-22

Popular Science Offers a Peek behind the Apple, Google Subscription Plans

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How readers can correct newspaper errors

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More over-50s own e-readers than youngsters

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Staff and readers suffer in the local newspaper squeeze

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Help File: E-book readers, except Kindle, offer digital loans from libraries

Q: What e-book readers will let me take out digital loans from local libraries? | The Washington Post – 2011-02-13

Kindle puts readers and friends on same page

Amazon on Monday released a preview version of a Kindle software update that puts electronic book readers on the same page with friends still clinging to ink and paper works. | The Independent – 2011-02-08

Readers try to predict how much the New York Times will charge for an online subscription.

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Beyond Digital Magazines: Tablets, E-Readers and Mobile Apps

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Media urged to make full use of ICT to relay info to readers

LEDANG: The media in Johor has been urged to adopt and optimise the latest information and communications technologies (ICT) to better relay Government policies to the people. | Yahoo – 2010-07-29

Conde Nast's Reddit asks readers for help

Though it's owned by a large media company, Reddit needs money, and it's turning to its loyal audience for help. | San Jose Mercury News – 2010-07-17

Murdoch offers freebies to get readers beyond paywall

The Times of London last week began closing down its free website and will charge for access. | San Jose Mercury News – 2010-06-20

University Readers Launches Harvard Business Publishing Collection; Expands its Online Library of Business Content to ...

University Readers distributes new readings in online library with the Harvard Business Publishing Collection. | Yahoo – 2010-06-21

Besser to Head Putnam Books for Young Readers

Penguin Young Readers Group announced today that, effective April 12, Jennifer Besser will join... | Publishers Wekly – 2010-03-16

Readers Are Devouring Apple Book Apps

Demand for digital book applications on Apple devices gives developers and publishers fresh ways to make money—a mixed blessing for Amazon | BusinessWeek – 2010-03-15

E-Book Price Increase May Stir Readers’ Passions

The most voracious readers of e-books have shown a reflexive hostility to prices higher than $9.99 for popular titles. | New York Times – 2010-02-13

BA calls on readers to support independent bookshops

The Booksellers Association’s Meryl Halls has... | The Book Seller – 2010-02-10

Books, Readers and Teachers: A Wrap-Up

Students and teachers weigh in with passionate and personal picks for their favorite titles and authors to read and teach. | New York Times – 2010-02-06

Some News Outlets Ready to Try Charging Online Readers

A new Steven Brill endeavor enables news outlets to charge their online readers. The tattered news industry may be ready to give it a whirl. | New York Times – 2010-02-03

Digital Book World: Piracy, Avid Readers and New Business Models

Macmillan president Brian Napack’s call for publishers to fight digital book piracy with a coordinated program of lawsuits, takedown pressure and anti-piracy legislation seemed to energize the... | Publishers Wekly – 2010-01-27

Putnam Books for Young Readers' Paulsen Gets Own Imprint

Putnam Books for Young Readers president and publisher Nancy Paulsen is launching an eponymous imprint, Nancy Paulsen Books, with the first titles landing in 2011. Paulsen, who has led the division... | Publishers Wekly – 2009-12-17

Kindle Readers Ignite Protest Over E-Book Prices

A group of Kindle e-book readers is protesting the price of e-books being higher than $10. Their rationale is that Kindle books cannot be distributed, traded or sold, and should cost much lower than... | Wired News – 2009-04-06

'Washington Post' Readers Get to Vote on New Fitness Columnist

It's not exactly letting readers choose a Pentagon correspondent or the next managing editor of the paper. But The Washington Post is taking reader choice to another level with an online competition... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-31

Made-to-order magazine lets readers choose

Time Inc. is experimenting with a customized magazine that combines reader-selected sections from eight publications as it tries to mimic in printed form the personalized news feeds that have become... | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-18

'Seattle Times' Executive Editor Tackles 'P-I' Readers Head-On

Executive Editor David Boardman of The Seattle Times greeted thousands of new readers this morning with a Page One column directed at former subscribers of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-18

Abu Dhabi encourages young readers with book vouchers, gifts

Abu Dhabi International Book Fair new initiatives take school and university students into account. | Middle East Online – 2009-03-16

The iPhone e-book readers' guide

The arrival of’s Kindle for iPhone app certainly raises the profile of Apple’s handheld wonder as an e-book platform. Of the many fine things the iPhone is already—planner, organizer,... | via Yahoo! News – 2009-03-12

Haller Moves to Penguin Young Readers

Jennifer Haller, v-p and associate publisher of the children’s book group at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, is moving to Penguin Young Readers Group as v-p and associate publisher, effective March 26. | Publishers Wekly – 2009-03-11

Could customized newspapers bring readers back?

In an effort to attract more readers, The Los Angeles Daily News will begin offering a print-at-home paper this summer. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-09

'Victorville Daily Press' E-mail Edition Reaches 10,000 Readers

The Victorville (Calif.) Daily Press is using the Email Edition Verican, earning the paper advertising revenue in addition to that from its print edition and Web site. The Email Edition is an e-mail... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-02

Book App Makes E-Book Readers Out Of Smartphones

Shortcovers' digital book platform essentially turns iPhones, BlackBerrys, and Microsoft Mobile handsets into rivals of Amazon's Kindle e-book reader. | InformationWeek – 2009-02-10

Hitwise: Interest In E-Books, E-Book Readers On The Rise

The market for e-books and e-book readers seems to be growing bigger and bigger. It's not at all time to declare the death of the paperback, but new UK data from Hitwise shows that searches for... | WebProNews – 2009-02-02

'USA Today' Finds Doritos Crystal Ball Most Popular Super Bowl Ad

A Frito-Lay ad for Doritos featuring an office worker using a crystal ball to ¿free Doritos¿ was the most popular Super Bowl ad in USA Today¿s annual ¿Ad Meter¿ competition, according... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-02

Magazine Readers Inspired By Obamas' Love Affair

Some of the nation's most popular magazines give listeners a sneak preview of their upcoming issues. Yanick Rice Lamb, of Heart & Soul magazine and Harriette Cole, of Ebony magazine, discuss their... | NPR – 2009-01-28

Encyclopaedia Britannica to let readers edit content

Encyclopaedia Britannica, the authoritative reference book first published in 1768, is to let readers edit its entries, it said Friday, as it battles to keep pace with Internet resources like... | AFP via Yahoo! News – 2009-01-23

Wall of Silence? 'L.A. Times' Readers Ask, Whatever Happened to Phil Spector?

Megastar record producer Phil Spector has been on trial for murder since October, but you'd hardly know it by reading the Los Angeles Times, some of its readers are complaining. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-01-21

Kentucky Bill Seeks Protections for High School Reporters

Student journalists working for public high school newspapers would be entitled to free speech and freedom of the press protections similar to their professional counterparts under a proposal before... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-01-20

Kentucky author, quilter and dollmaker Verna Mae Slone dies at 94

At a point in life when most people slow down, Verna Mae Slone found her voice. She was a quilter, a dollmaker and the mother of five sons. But after Slone found her voice, she also became the... | Lexington Herald-Leader – 2009-01-06

Popular and respected cell transplantation journal goes 'open-access'

( Cell Transplantation Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair ) Cell Transplantation-the Regenerative Medicine Journal, the number two journal in the field of transplantation, has become an... | EurekAlert! – 2009-01-06

More readers picking up electronic books

This year, thanks in part to the popularity of's wireless Kindle device, the e-book has started to take hold. | International Herald Tribune – 2008-12-24

Critics Say Newbery-Winning Books Are Too Challenging for Young Readers

The Newbery Medal has been the gold standard in children's literature for more than eight decades. On the January day when the annual winner is announced, bookstores nationwide sell out, libraries... | Washington Post – 2008-12-16

How the e-book readers rate

Sony Reader Digital Book PRS-505 Cnet rating: 3.5 stars out of 5 (very good) The good: Holds thousands of titles; excellent high-contrast screen is easy to read in bright environments; 128 MB... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2008-12-15

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