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“Carina Press, an extension of Harlequin Enterprise, is a digital-only publishing house that will operate independently of their traditional publishing businesses.”
“In addition to digital-only subscribers, a further 100,000 print subscribers have activated their digital accounts.”
“According to this new press release from prnewswire. com, Harlequin is going to launch a digital-only publishing company, to be named Carina Press.”
“Yet 13 of X5's digital-only albums were among the genre's 50 top sellers for the year.”
“Can you make a profit selling a digital-only product?”
“The Journal has always charged for full online access to its site and now has more than 400,000 digital-only subscribers.”
“We're already well down the road to recording and releasing our first abridged audio book and, as part of our e-book strategy, plans are afoot to launch our first digital-only publishing venture.”
“Most likely, the interim step for The Times and other newspapers will be to move to digital-only distribution (perhaps preserving the more profitable Sunday editions).”
“Broadcasters are resisting the proposal, arguing they already gave back a large swath of airwaves when the U.S. switched to digital-only TV broadcasts.”
“At the agency, she oversaw a government coupon program that made it cheaper for Americans make the switch to digital-only television.”
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