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DRM-Free eBooks from O’Reilly to Be Distributed Via OverDrive’s Global Network

Posted Jun 24, 2011
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OverDrive has announced that booksellers, libraries, and schools in its global network will soon have access to DRM-free eBook titles from O'Reilly Media. The publisher's entire eBook catalog will be available to OverDrive's channel partners, including those in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and dozens of other territories worldwide. Bestselling eBooks on computer technologies available through the distribution agreement will include: "iPad 2: The Missing Manual, Second Edition," "Head First Java, Second Edition," and "Windows 7:Up & Running," as well as O'Reilly's legendary ‘animal books' like "Learning PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript."

To find a bookseller, library, or school in OverDrive's global network, visit OverDrive Search.

O'Reilly's catalog of 1,500 eBooks features titles from popular technology writers, such as David Pogue, J.D. Biersdorfer, and Robin Nixon. Bestselling series provide developers, administrators, and users with information on topics, including JavaScript, iPad, iPhone, Perl, jQuery, PHP, HTML5 & CSS, Windows 7, Mac OS X, and more.

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.

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.

Source: OverDrive, www.overdrive.com


 
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