DRM-Free eBooks from O’Reilly to Be Distributed Via OverDrive’s Global Network
1,500 digital books for software developers to be available for booksellers, libraries & schools
To find a bookseller, library, or school in OverDrive’s global network, visit OverDrive Search.
“O’Reilly’s commitment to providing eBooks without DRM is fully supported in OverDrive’s Content Reserve, a marketplace that enables publishers to offer a variety of licensing models and DRM options to our channel partners,” said Karen Estrovich, manger of content sales for OverDrive. “We’re pleased to offer the O’Reilly titles to booksellers, libraries, and schools through our existing distribution systems and platforms.”
The launch of premium DRM-free eBooks in OverDrive’s library channel is part of ‘OverDrive WIN,’ a series of platform enhancements to streamline user experience and provide access to more content. To learn more about these upgrades, visit OverDrive at the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference (booth #3326) in New Orleans, June 24-27, 2011.
OverDrive provides digital distribution services for more than 15,000 libraries, retailers, and schools worldwide with support for Windows, Mac, iPod®, iPhone, iPad, Sony® Reader, NOOK™, Android™, BlackBerry®, and Windows Phone.
OverDrive is a leading multichannel digital distributor of eBooks, audiobooks, music, and video. We deliver secure management, DRM protection, and download fulfillment services for hundreds of publishers and thousands of libraries, schools, and retailers, serving millions of end users. OverDrive has been named to the EContent 100 as a company that matters most in the digital content industry. Founded in 1986, OverDrive is based in Cleveland, OH. www.overdrive.com
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