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Oyster Adds 500 Publishers

Posted at 5:13PM Thursday 08 May 2014

Subscription e-book service Oyster has announced the addition of about 500 new publisher partners, bringing its library of e-books to more than 500,000 titles. Oyster has also expanded its partnership with HarperCollins, adding 10,000 Harper backlist titles to the Oyster database.

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