Tag Archives: Michael Healy

Simon and Schuster and Library eBook Lending

Check out Eric Hellman’s article, Simon and Schuster is looking at limited lending library eBook Models.  Eric highlights a Publishing Point interview conducted by Michael Healy with Simon and Schuster CEO Carolyn Reidy.  Below is a clip from Eric’s article about library lending:

“Healy’s last question concerned Harper-Collins and the “eye of the hurricane” that they’ve found themselves in regarding their change in ebook lending policies. Reidy’s answer was succinct:

Simon and Schuster does not yet sell ebooks to libraries. We have not yet found a business model that makes us happy. That’s why we’re not in it Continue reading

New articles of interest

Here’s one in the NYT – Cell Phone Apps Challenge the Rise of eReaders

Publishing Point meeting with Michael Healy, Executive Director, Book Rights Registry

Trial of e-textbook business models to start in UK

Samuelson Says She Has Same Pricing, Privacy Concerns About Google Settlement – 11/18/2009 – Library Journal

E-books go to college, but books still rule the campus, not Kindle — DailyFinance

Universities Boycott Amazon’s Kindle DX

Press Review+: Google Book Search Revised Settlement (2.0) Released; What About Libraries? « ResourceShelf