Apple Tablet Debut Today: New Press & Publishing Content Delivery

Apple Tablet Portends Rewrite for Publishers
WSJ: Book publishers were locked in 11th-hour negotiations with Apple Inc. that could rewrite the industry’s revenue model after the technology giant unveils its highly anticipated tablet device today. Apple’s new multimedia tablet device is trying to change the way much of traditional media is delivered. E&P: An in-depth study of the Kindle as a newspaper e-reader finds it comes up short in reader satisfaction. But the study also suggests tablet computers with color, photos and touch screens could find a market among newspaper readers. Wired/Epicenter: Content creators, not gadget freaks, will be the biggest target of Apple’s press conference today. Bloomberg BusinessWeek: Software developers are creating applications that they hope will make Apple’s tablet useful to business users, too. AdAge: We don’t know if media companies will succeed at everything they dream of doing on the anticipated Apple tablet, but we do know what Apple will almost certainly do for them: spend lots of money advertising the thing. eBookNewser: Following the Apple event today.


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