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Vanity Fair Analyzes the eBook Summit - Posted December 24, 2009
Today mediabistro.com's eBook Summit turned up in a Vanity Fair feature, as the magazine asked: "Whoever said digital publishing was boring?" Vanity Fair blogger Lauren Sozi... [GalleyCat]

Sony Reader Daily Edition Shipping Today - Posted December 22, 2009
At mediabistro.com's eBook Summit last week, Sony digital reading business division president Steve Haber (pictured) said that the company's new Sony Reader Daily Edition e-reader would ship by Christmas--and ... [GalleyCat]

eBook Readers: Market Creators or Segmenters? - Posted December 16, 2009
Alongside GalleyCat and eBookNewser, our West Coast sibling BayNewser has been covering the eBook Summit--supplementing our coverage with some fascinating points. Blogger E.B. Boyd wrote about: Sony's Digital Reading Division president ... [GalleyCat]

mediabistro.com's Ebook Summit Begins Today - Posted December 15, 2009
Our first ever Ebook Summit began this morning in New York with Jane Friedman (former Harper Collins CEO) and Brendan Cahill of Open Road Media. W... [PRNewser]

eBook Summit Live! - Posted December 14, 2009
If you can't attend the inaugural launch of mediabistro.com's eBook Summit tomorrow, don't worry--you can watch select presentations live on your computer. The special conference will be held on December 15 & 16 in New York at ... [GalleyCat]

More eBook Summit Guests Revealed - Posted September 30, 2009
From Sarah Palin's delayed digital book to Disney's online book push, eBooks have dominat... [GalleyCat]

Sony Unveils $199 Digital Reader - Posted August 5, 2009
Sony has unveiled two new e-readers, poised to compete with Amazon Kindle and more affordable digital book readers like the Cool-ER device. In the NY Times, the company int... [GalleyCat]

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