October 8, 2015

Audio: Ken Doctor Discusses “Lessons to be Learned From the eBook Battle”

From WBEZ in Chicago (NPR Affiliate):

“This is not likely to be the last battle of the device wars. But while Amazon and Apple duke it out, news industry analyst [at Outsell] Ken Doctor  says other content creators should be focusing on the new products—and audiences—they can reach through said devices.  The

The Newsonomics author and blogger joins Monday’s Afternoon Shift for a closer look at eBooks and consumer pricing as it relates to device wars, the 99 cent/$9.99 world and what it means to creators of content (newspapers, musicians, authors) and consumers.”

Direct to Text Summary and Audio  (Segment Begins at Approx. 2 Minutes Into Stream)

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See Also: Ken Doctor Bio (via Outsell)

See Also: “The Newsonomics of Next Issue’s New All-You-Can-Eat Magazine” by Ken Doctor (via Newsonomics)

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