Report: Random House Raises Prices on Librarians for E-Books by 300%

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Library Journal has the story (Librarians Feel Sticker Shock as Price for Random House Ebooks Rises as Much as 300 Percent):

New prices for Random House’s ebooks took effect on Thursday, and as the details emerged a number of librarians across the country expressed dismay at the doubling and tripling in prices they are seeing.

 

“We’re very concerned. These are tough times for libraries. It’s very tough here in Louisville,” said Debbe Oberhausen, manager of collection services, at the Louisville Free Public Library. “We want to provide this service, but this kind of pricing is really going to take a huge chunk of our budget,” she said.

Read the entire report at Library Journal.

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