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Is Random House Trying To Get Into iBookstore? - Posted March 1, 2011
Random House's adoption of the agency pricing model is raising eyebrows. Perhaps the move is to get their books into Apple's iBookstore. (The news couldn't be more timely, with the iPad 2 launch expected for tomorrow). Random Hous... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Amazon & Wylie eBook Deal Shocks Publishers - Posted July 22, 2010
The Wylie Agency and Amazon shocked the publishing world with a deal publish 20 eBooks through the literary agency's brand new Odyssey Editions imprint--selling the books exclusively through the... [GalleyCat]

Random House Statement on William Styron eBooks - Posted April 26, 2010
This morning we linked to reports that Open Road Integrated Media will publish a number of eBooks from the William Styron backlist. Open Road... [GalleyCat]

Authors Guild Offers eBook Royalty Advice for Random House & HarperCollins Authors - Posted March 19, 2010
Today the Authors Guild wrote to individual members referring to letters that some authors have received from Random House and HarperCollins about eBook rights. According to the Guild, the publishers hope "to lock in e-book royalty rates at 25 percent of net receipts." ... [GalleyCat]

Random House Responds to iPad - Posted January 27, 2010
Today Apple (AAPL) rocked the publishing world with a tablet computer called the iPad, a device with 9.7 inch LED-backlit screen, a special iBooks application and bookstore, and a base price of $499. Publishing partners mentioned in the presentation included: Penguin, Harper Collins, Simon & Schuster, Macmillan, Hachette, but not Random... [GalleyCat]

Crown Publishing Group Split and Publisher Leaves - Posted December 8, 2009
Random House CEO Markus Dohle announced today that Crown Publishing Group will be broken into two distinct groups. Crown Publishing Group publisher Jenny Frost is leaving the company. Doubleday Canada's executive publisher... [GalleyCat]