Austin-based startup Literati offers subscription book boxes and online book clubs primarily in the children’s market.
Podcasters distributing through Apple Podcasts will be able to make some or all of their content available through paid subscription only.
The Sweden-based subscription service exceeded its 2020 revenue goals, although the company is not yet profitable as a whole.
The upcoming service hopes readers will pay for high-production-value recordings of moderated conversations with authors, among other perks.
US-based Scribd, which offers all-you-can-consume subscription access to ebooks and audiobooks, now has an Australian market product.
Literati was in the news recently for raising $40 million in funding to support its print book subscriptions for children.
US-based digital book subscription service Scribd has established its own audiobook imprint, with 40 titles available so far.
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Based in Copenhagen, Palatium Books can get your ebooks into multiple subscription services without all the legwork you’d have to do yourself.
After coming under new ownership, Book Of the Month Club was relaunched in 2015 as a monthly hardcover subscription service.