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+ - Why Are There More Old Songs on iTunes than Old eBooks?->

Submitted by Paul J Heald
Paul J Heald (3577973) writes "The vast majority of books and songs from the 20th Century are out-of-print. New data show music publishers doing an admirable job of digitizing older content, but book publishers fail miserably at putting old works in eBook form. New research by Paul Heald explains why."
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Why Are There More Old Songs on iTunes than Old eBooks?

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