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Ebook Subscription Part 2: The Players

Posted at 8:13AM Wednesday 05 Mar 2014

We can't bring back the BCA or Readers Digest, but we can now see their potential digital replacements. It is too early to judge the new subscription service winners and losers, but it is fair to assume that this new genie isn't going back in to the lamp and it will have implications across the publishing value chain.

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