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In October, five reporters representing Latino, African American, Chinese and Native American media toured the Navajo Generating Station, a coal-fired power plant located within the Navajo Reservation near Page, Arizona. During the discussion Friday, they shared their experiences and spoke about the role ethnic media plays in highlighting Native American issues.
“I was surprised at how isolated the reservation residents were from their surrounding communities,” said Ruben Hernandez, one of the fellows and a contributing editor at Latino Perspectives Magazine. These residents, he continued, are “unknowingly, the recipients of electricity and water” generated on the reservation.
Amazon is the largest online retailer globally, and it got to be that way because of books. Jeff Bezos started Amazon in 1994 after identifying a market that was poorly managed by traditional stakeholders, and made it more convenient for consumers to access the products they wanted. Early investment in the Kindle platform, consisting of ereading devices, tablets, and apps, took foresight that was lacking in the traditional book industry and helped Amazon come to dominate the ebook market worldwide. In Australia, it currently represents an estimated 65% of ebooks sold.
There are whispers that Amazon are also working on bringing in many services previously unavailable to Australian consumers, like access to audiobook service Audible, and with it Whispersync for Voice (you know how you can sync your ebook reading between your Kindle and the Kindle app on your phone? This allows you to do it between an ebook and the audiobook) and Amazon Prime to the Australian store within the next year.
Amazon is good for book publishing because it is good for readers. “Amazon isn’t bad. Amazon is good because the customer likes them,” said Malcolm Neil, Australian representative for rival online bookseller Kobo, during a discussion on the problem Amazon poses for the local book industry. It makes it as easy as possible to find and buy books, whether through algorithmic recommendation or by simply having the book a reader is searching for available to buy whenever and wherever.
The book industry needs to stop complaining about Amazon and follow their lead.
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