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Old 01-26-2013, 12:01 PM   #1
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LXer: Macmillan will sell e-books to libraries in pilot program at $25 per title

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Now Macmillan, another one of the “Big Six” publishers, announced Thursday its new plan for selling e-books to American public libraries. Macmillan now says its titles will cost $25 (by comparison, some of its same bestselling titles in the Kindle store go for $8 to $12)—and once acquired by a library, each will be available for two years or 52 check-outs, whichever comes first.



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