Entertainment Industry Contracts eBook Publishing
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Entertainment Industry Contracts eBook Publishing by Arthur Klebanoff provides a comprehensive overview of the Digital Publishing Industry, eBook formats, metadata, eBook publishing forms & clauses as well as sales and marketing approaches for eBooks all from a noted eBook publishing expert.
Entertainment Industry Contracts eBook Publishing by Arthur Klebanoff is also available from LexisNexis in Entertainment Industry Contracts – Negotiating and Drafting Guide, Donald C. Farber General Editor.
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Table of Contents
59A.01 Background: eBook Publishing in General
59A.02 Some Key Differences Between Print Trade Publishing and Digital Publishing
59A.03 International Implications of Digital Publishing and Trade Print Publishing
59A.04 What You Need to Know About eBook Formats
59A.05 What You Need to Know About eBook Distribution
59A.06 Understanding Metadata
59A.08 eBook Marketing
59A.09 eBook Questions and Opportunities for Authors
59A.10 The Self-Publishing Option
59A.11 eBook Questions and Opportunities for Agents
59A.12 eBook Questions and Opportunities for Trade Publishers
59A.13 What Might the Large Trade Publishers do as eBooks Grow in Consumer Adoption?
59A.14 eBook Questions and Opportunities for Digital Publishers
59A.15 eBook Questions and Opportunities for etailers
59A.16 eBook Questions and Opportunities for Distributors
59A.17 eBook Questions and Opportunities for New Business Models and New Promotional Programs
59A.18 A Few Words About Print on Demand
59A.19 When eBook Originals ’Make’ a Bestselling Author
FORM 59A-1 Electronic Rights Grant Clauses
FORM 59A-2 eBook Publishing Contract
Appendix 1 Comparison of Royalty Models
Appendix 2 A Leader in Site Promotions Worldwide
Appendix 3 Comparison of Royalty Paid
Appendix 4 Berry Gordy (Brand Report Card)