Ebook lending review announced | The Information Professional | Scoop.it
Industry specialists will look at the benefits of libraries lending ebooks in a move publishers say will have 'serious implications' for the book trade (RT @CreaticDestruct: RT @CreaticDestruct: Technology continues to disrupt ageing business models.

"Culture minister Ed Vaizey has announced a government review of ebook lending – a thorny issue that publishers believe could have "serious implications" for the book trade.
To be led by publisher and Forward prize founder William Sieghart, the government's ebook lending review will call on the expertise of authors, publishers, librarians and agents, with the novelist Joanna Trollope, the literary agent Caroline Michel of PFD and Stephen Page, chief executive of Faber & Faber, all set to contribute."