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With Netflix, Amazon, Spotify, Scribd and Turo who needs to buy anything?
THE SUNDAY TIMES

Trip Adler hasn’t bought a book for a long time. The very concept — buying, not reading — doesn’t sit well with the 33-year-old entrepreneur. “This whole idea of, like, every time you want something, having to spend money, I mean, that’s kind of like an o

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Scribd offers an ‘Essential Student Bundle’, including an NYT subscription, for $1.87 per week
TECHCRUNCH

Scribd is giving college and graduate students access to its library of digital content, plus a subscription to The New York Times, at what it says is a 40 percent discount on the combination.

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Students Can Get Access to The Times and Unlimited Magazines For $1.87/Week
LIFEHACKER

College is arguably the best time for you to learn about the world around you through newspapers and periodicals, but it’s also probably the worst time when it comes to being able to afford all those publications. If you’re currently enrolled in college a

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Scribd is now bundling its subscriptions with news organizations (starting with The New York Times)
POYNTER

Scribd, the San Francisco-based startup that wants to be the Netflix for text, has a new plan to lure more subscribers: Give them The New York Times.

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Apps Every Book Lover Needs To Have On Their Phone ASAP
BUSTLE

There are so many amazing apps for book lovers that will not only enhance your reading experience, but help you find books you might never otherwise come across, and give you access to authors around the world. Plus, some apps can help you connect with ot

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This Reading App Just Made It Easier Than Ever To Stay Informed In Today's Political Climate
BUSTLE

We all know that staying on top of current news is more important than ever, as is getting our updates from a variety of news sources. With the fake news epidemic of 2016 came a growing concern that mostly unpatrolled online news sources like Twitter and

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Scribd adds top newspapers to its premium digital subscription service
FAST COMPANY

The digital reading subscription service is adding articles from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, and Financial Times to its mix of books, audiobooks, magazines, and documents.

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Scribd's all-you-can read service adds major newspaper articles
ENGADGET

Scribd's transformation into an all-you-can-read subscription-based service hasn't always been smooth-sailing, but it's truly moving farther away from its PDF roots. The company has just announced that it's teaming up with its first newspaper partners and

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Scribd adds newspapers to its subscription reading service, including the NYT, FT, and WSJ
VENTUREBEAT

Subscription reading service Scribd is adding another string to its bow today with the news that it’s now including “select” articles from a number of premium newspapers.

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Here are the cities most hooked on audiobooks and the ones that could listen more
MASHABLE

To better understand the listening habits of book lovers, reading subscription service Scribd took a deep dive into the world of audiobooks.

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16 Summer Essentials For Fun In The Sun
PARADE

With all the things you can splurge on during the summer, one thing that’s a no-brainer to fit in the budget: Scribd, the membership for readers.

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Which is the best Netflix for books? Scribd vs. Kindle Unlimited vs. Bookmate
DIGITAL TRENDS

Scribd really is the best choice for most people — it has a decently sized library of books, access to other documents, and a well-designed and easy-to-use app.

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Scribd’s Algorithm & Editors Pick the Perfect Read For You
DEAL CRUNCH

The Breakdown: Scribd, the world’s largest unlimited e-book subscription service, handpicks the best read for you with intuitive algorithms, a dedicated team of editors and a library of more than 1 million titles — all for just $8.99 a month.

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11 iPhone Apps To Get Healthy, Wealthy, And Productive
INFORMATIONWEEK

Hunting for a good read? It'll be easy to find one on Scribd, a Netflix-meets-bookstore subscription-based app.

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Scribd Adds Science, 'Sesame Street' Titles
PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY

Scribd is adding three categories to its e-book subscription service: sheet music; science, technical and medical titles; and Sesame Street titles. Through an agreement with music publisher Hal Leonard, Scribd will add more than 2,600 selections of sheet

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Scribd Adds Sheet Music And Sesame Street To Its Subscription E-Book Service
TECHCRUNCH

Scribd continues to expand its selection — it’s adding sheet music for the first time, and also announcing deals to bring in Sesame Street children’s books and grow its selection of textbooks. Scribd already offers unlimited access to a library of e-books

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From College To C-Suite: Under 30s Dish On How To Be The Boss When You've Never Had One
FORBES

Not long after Trip Adler started Scribd in 2007 his then eight employees became embroiled in a debate about what path the company should follow. Watching, Adler, then a recent graduate, thought: Why doesn’t someone take control of this situation?

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Best Online Resources for Book Lovers and Students
CONSUMER REPORTS

Subscribe to Scribd for $8.99 a month and get unlimited access to over 1 million books, audiobooks, and comics. You can try Scribd with a 14-day free trial. A few partners include Penguin Random House, Marvel, and more.

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Scribd Library Now Carries Over 2,000 Macmillan Titles
GALLEYCAT

Earlier this year, Macmillan established a partnership with Scribd. Initially, the publishing house agreed to allow subscribers to access more than 1,000 e-books. Today, the two companies have announced that an additional 1,300 Macmillan titles will be

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Sharpening Global Focus, Scribd Adds to Front-List Catalog for Australia
DIGITAL BOOK WORLD

The subscription content platform Scribd adds more than 200 front-list ebooks to the catalog available to Australian readers, including best-selling titles from Simon & Schuster, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Harlequin Australia.

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Forbes Twitter Chat: Scribd's Trip Adler Answers Your Questions On Entrepreneurship
FORBES

Do you have a great idea for company, but don’t know where to start? Advice can be one of the most useful tools for entrepreneurs, and today Forbes offered a chance to speak with someone who has been through the process and succeeded. We hosted one of our

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Scribd adds over 9,000 more audiobooks to better take on Audible
THE VERGE

Scribd has struck a deal with Penguin Random House to add over 9,000 of the publisher's audiobooks to its subscription book service. It's a big grab for Scribd that gives its subscribers access to audiobooks for some of the publisher's most popular titles

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Scribd adds 9,000 Penguin Random House audiobooks including ‘Game of Thrones’
THE NEXT WEB

Subscription reading and listening service Scribd has expanded its audiobook selection. From today, you can listen to over 9,000 titles from Penguin Random House Audio.

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E-Book Throwdown: Which Digital Library Service is Right for You?
LA MAG

E-book subscription service Scribd (you know, the Netflix for e-books) just beefed up its audiobook library. Today, they announced a partnership Penguin Random House Audio, which will expand their audiobook collection by 9,000 titles (bringing the service

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The Netflix of Books is Here
NYLON MAG

As bookworms, we're all too familiar with having to bring less clothes on vacation because we’ve already hit the weight limit with half a dozen novels in our suitcase—not to mention the day-today struggle of forgoing small purses for the sake of having a

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Scribd adds unlimited comics to binge Netflix-style
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

On Tuesday morning, Scribd—a Netflix-esque subscription service for digital books—announced that it would be adding a new category to its offerings: comic books.

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Finally, A Real Netflix For Comic Books Is Here
IO9

If you've moved from single comic issues to reading them digitally, you know it can still be kind of pricy. But the online ebook service Scribd has just announced it's added a massive comics library to its service, allowing users to read all the comics th

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Scribd Adds Unlimited Comic Books to Its Subscription Service
PASTE MAGAZINE

Get ready to get your geek on, because subscription reading service Scribd is expanding its library to include more than 10,000 comic books. The expansion will mark the first time such a large variety of top comic publishers such as Marvel, Boom! Studios

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Unlimited Comic Books Are on Their Way to Your iPad
POPSUGAR

In case you didn't know about Scribd, it's basically the Netflix of books. You pay a flat fee of $9 a month, and in return you get to read an endless amount of titles — pretty good deal. Today the subscription company revealed that it will now include unl

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Scribd aims to become to become THE streaming app for comics with Marvel, IDW, Valiant and more
THE BEAT

WHO will be the Netflix/Spotify of comics? Several companies have been trying to offer all you can eat comcis buffets, but a lack of top content has been holding them back. But Scribd just made a major play announcing a $8.99 a month plan that allows you

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Scribd Launches Digital Comic Subscription Service With Marvel, Archie and More
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

For those who have wanted to get into comics but didn’t know where to start, Scribd has some good news for you: the launch of a brand new comics section that will give subscribers access to more than 10,000 releases from Marvel Entertainment, Archie Comic

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‘Netflix for comics': Scribd adds 10,000 Marvel, Archie, IDW comics
LA TIMES

It seems the long-awaited “Netflix for comics” has arrived. The book subscription service Scribd will add more than 10,000 comic books to its digital collection, from top publishers including Marvel, Archie, IDW/Top Shelf, Boom! Studios, Dynamite and V

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Scribd gains the superpower of an unlimited comic book subscription
MASHABLE

Comic book fans, rejoice. Scribd, the popular document sharing service, introduced a comic books section on Tuesday with more than 10,000 titles to its growing e-book subscription service.

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Scribd Adds Comics, Graphic Novels
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

Scribd has reached agreements that will add more than 10,000 comics and graphic novels to its e-book subscription service, all for the same monthly fee of $8.99. Through the deal, Scribd is partnering with such comics publishers as Marvel (although not

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Scribd Adds Comics From Marvel, IDW, And Others To Its Subscription E-Book Service
TECHCRUNCH

In case getting unlimited access to an enormous library of e-books and audiobooks for $8.99 a month wasn’t enough for you, Scribd is announcing today that it’s expanding into comic books.

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Scribd Unveils 'Netflix for Comics'
WIRED

First, Scribd applied the Netflix model to books, offering unlimited access to an online library of popular titles for a flat monthly fee. Then it did the same for audio books. And now it’s moving into another all-important sector of the publishing world:

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The Verge
THE VERGE

Scribd will expand its library to include comic books today. The ebook subscription service just announced it has acquired more than 10,000 comic books and graphic novels, bringing its total title count to the 1 million mark. Under Scribd's $8.99 per mont

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Pow! Scribd’s subscription service adds unlimited comics from Marvel, IDW, Valiant and more
THENEXTWEB

It’s a good week for comic book fans. Yesterday, Marvel announced Spider-Man is joining its cinematic universe. Today, Scribd has revealed that it’s adding unlimited comic book reading to its monthly subscription service.

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Scribd brings in $22 million to expand e-book subscription service
LA TIMES

Scribd, one of the major firms competing to claim the title "Netflix for e-books," has closed on a round of $22 million in funding.

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The Daily Startup
WALL STREET JOURNAL

Scribd, which offers a Netflix-style subscription service for books and documents, has closed a $22 million Series D round led by Khosla Ventures with participation from existing backers Redpoint Ventures, CRV and Silicon Valley Bank.

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Scribd Gets $22 Million in Funding
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

Scribd, an e-book subscription service, has secured $22 million in financing led by Khosla Ventures and including new funds from existing investors. The new funding brings Scribd’s total financing to date to $48 million.

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Scribd raises $22 million to grow its ebook subscription service
MASHABLE

The ebook subscription market continues to heat up. Scribd confirmed Friday that it has raised $22 million in funding to double down on its ebook subscription service.

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Scribd Raises $22M For Its Subscription E-Book Service
TECHCRUNCH

Scribd, a company offering unlimited access to half a million e-books for $8.99 a month, is announcing that it has raised $22 million in additional funding.

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Christmas Holiday Gift Guide 2014: For The Traveling Techie
INTOUCH WEEKLY

You'll never find yourself on a layover without something to read ever again! Think Netflix or Spotify -- but for books! That's right -- for just $8.99 a month, you'll have access to 500,000 ebooks and 50,000 audio books at your fingertips!

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Notable Publishing People of 2014
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

As 2014 closes, Scribd CEO Trip Adler and Oyster CEO Eric Stromberg can look back on a pretty good year. Both now offer access to more than 500,000 titles—including books from two of the Big Five, Simon & Schuster and HarperCollins, as well as a growing n

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5 Audiobooks to Power Your Next Long Run
SHAPE

It's no surprise that listening to music enhances workout performance. We've all been there—about ready to give up when our power ballad sounds to push us through that final rep or last mile. But for those runs when there doesn't seem to be enough ballads

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Book News
NPR

The daily lowdown on books, publishing, and the occasional author behaving badly.

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Scribd's E-Book Subscription Service, Now With Audiobooks
BLOOMBERG BUSINESSWEEK

Today, Scribd is announcing that it’s adding more than 30,000 audiobooks to the service, at no additional charge. Standouts in the collection include the Hunger Games trilogy, The Savage Detectives by Roberto Bolaño, and Daring Greatly by Brené Brown.

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Scribd Takes On Amazon's Audible With All-You-Can-Listen Audiobooks
FAST COMPANY

Thirteen months ago, San Francisco startup Scribd launched a service which aims to do for books what Netflix does for movies and TV shows. It offers a large-but-not-utterly-comprehensive collection of e-books, readable on iPhones, iPads, Android devices,

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Scribd Adds Audiobooks To All-You-Read Library, Piling Pressure On Amazon
FORBES

Scribd doesn’t take kindly to being cribbed.In July, the San Francisco company woke up to find that Amazon.com AMZN +2.27% had imitated one of its core services, introducing an all-you-can-read book subscription service that rivaled the “Netflix for books

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Scribd adds 30,000 audiobooks to its $8.99/month ebook subscription
GIGAOM

Scribd made its $8.99-per-month ebook subscription a better deal Thursday by adding 30,000 digital audiobooks to the package.

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Scribd Adds More Than 30,000 Audiobooks to Its Subscription Service
LIFEHACKER

Ebook subscription service Scribd updated today to now offer over 30,000 audiobooks along with their collection of standard ebooks as part of their current $8.99 per month plan.

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The World's Best Digital Book App Just Got Better
MEN'S JOURNAL

Scribd used to have a pretty compelling pitch. It's Netflix for e-books, charging members a $9 monthly fee for unlimited access to the service's roughly 500,000-book online library. It works on Android and iOS devices, as well as Kindle Fires. For anyone

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Scribd expands its subscription library to include audiobooks
THE VERGE

Scribd is about to give Audible a serious run for its money. Today it's adding an audiobooks section to its ebooks subscription service, giving its customers access to more than 30,000 audiobooks as part of their existing $8.99 per month subscription. Tha

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Scribd Rolls Out the Internet’s First All-You-Can-Listen Audiobooks Service
WIRED

Little more than a year after launching its all-you-can-read ebook service, the San Francisco startup Scribd has announced that the service now offers more than 30,000 audiobooks, including titles from big-name publishing houses HarperCollins and Scholast

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Galapagos: What You Need to Know About the Ultimate Family Destination
YAHOO! TRAVEL

Julie Earle-Levine recaps everything you need to know about the ultimate family destination from preparations and vendors to gear and offline entertainment.

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How to Sell Subscriptions--for Everything
INC. MAGAZINE

Startups are selling recurring deliveries of everything from meals to makeup. Here's what you need to know to succeed in the new subscription economy.

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Harlequin passionately embraces Scribd's e-book subscription service
PCWORLD

Harlequin, the world's most famous English-language romance fiction publisher, is joining the "Netflixication" of e-books. For the next year, Scribd will be the exclusive subscription partner for Harlequin and its various imprints.

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Harlequin Signs Exclusive Deal with Scribd
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

Harlequin has reached an agreement with Scribd to make 15,000 of its backlist titles available, exclusively for a year, through the e-book subscription service.

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Scribd’s unlimited ebook service gets 15K new titles from romance publisher Harlequin
VENTUREBEAT

The market for ebook services is starting to get more exciting as major book publishers start accepting the idea that consumers want a “Netflix for books” to satisfy their voracious reading habits.

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Scribd creates niche for itself in digital-content sharing
NEW YORK POST

As more startups compete in the e-book arena, Scribd is carving out a niche for itself, Post contributor Julie Earle Levine reports.

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New Survey Says You're All Mushy On The Inside
REFINERY29

You may not know it, but you're in love. In fact, you're in love with love. According to intel released by e-book subscription service Scribd, the most popular genre of digital books in 2014 was romance, you big saps.

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E-Book Services Know They Have a Browsing Problem
BLOOMBERG BUSINESSWEEK

E-bookstores have many advantages over their physical counterparts, but the pleasures of idle browsing has never been one of them. At a time when none of the nascent e-book subscription services is lacking many of the most prominent titles that readers ma

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Scribd Debuts New Browsing Platform
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

Stepping up competition in the e-book subscription category, Scribd is launching a new browsing feature, going live today, that claims to combine the best of human and algorithmic book recommendation.

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Scribd overhauls its ebook subscription service to help you find interesting reads
THE NEXT WEB

All-you-can-read subscription ebook service Scribd has received an overhaul with new smart discovery features that should help you browse for new content to read. The new look launches today on the Web and is coming to the firm’s mobile apps in the next f

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Scribd is changing how its readers find new books
THE VERGE

Scribd wants to be to bibliophiles what Netflix is to couch potatoes. The ebook subscription service is rolling out a new browsing experience, which uses human curation and an algorithm-driven recommendation engine to facilitate user discovery.

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Scribd redesigns ebook subscription service to outshine Kindle Unlimited
VENTUREBEAT

Scribd is rolling out a revamped version of its unlimited digital book service today. Ebook subscription services are getting more popular lately, partly because Amazon finally starting to offer one of its own, Kindle Unlimited, last month

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50 Best Websites 2014
TIME

TIME's annual salute to great sites and services

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Review: Unlimited E-Book Services Offer Plenty
ASSOCIATED PRESS

Two startups are trying to do for e-books what Netflix does for movies. Oyster and Scribd let you read as many books as you want for a monthly price — $10 for Oyster and $9 for Scribd.

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Generation Why Not: Meet the 35 Under 35, Class of 2014
INC. MAGAZINE

In the beginning, Scribd made it easy for anyone to publish and share written work. Now the startup is finding its niche.

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Behind the App: The Story of Scribd
LIFEHACKER

Scribd began as site to simply host and share documents. Essays, poems, novels—whatever writers needed to share, Scribd offered a home for their words. And now they've grown into a fully fledged book subscription service—a Netflix for ebooks, you might sa

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Expert-Picked Summer Reads For EVERY Occasion
SELF

We'll be the first one to tell you that not every book is made to be a beach read, even if it hits bookshelves (and Kindles) post-Memorial Day. For instance, if no one has told you yet: The Fault in Our Stars is not a toes-in-the-sand kind of book. (More

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Great Gifts for Dad
MORE MAGAZINE

Looking for a unique gift Dad will actually use? Whether he's into tech, fitness, food, grilling or grooming, Dad will love at least one of the 24 items we rounded up for a big surprise on June 15.

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7 Ways to Keep Your Kids’ Brains from Turning to Mush This Summer
YAHOO! TECH

As a great educational theorist once observed, when released each summer from the rigorous oversight of academic professionals, children often abandon such fundamentals as the use of writing implements and reading of scholarly tomes.

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Scribd: Subscription App for Digital Book Worms
BLOOMBERG TV

Scribd Co-Founder Trip Adler discusses the subscription app to access 40 million books and documents with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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Perseus Joins with Scribd
PUBLISHERS LUNCH

Following last week's announcement that Simon & Schuster is making their backlist available to Scribd subscribers, at BEA Scribd announced an agreement with the Perseus Books Group as well.

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Ebook Subscription Model Gains Acceptance Among Biggest Publishers
FORBES

Once a non-starter among publishers, authors and agents, all-you-can-read ebook subscription services have arrived.

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Simon & Schuster, E-Book Services Strike Deal
WALL STREET JOURNAL

Simon & Schuster has agreed to make available more than 10,000 older titles to nascent e-book subscription businesses Oyster and Scribd, making it the second major book publisher to test consumer interest in Netflix-like reading services.

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Simon & Schuster Adds Its Books to Ebook Subscription Sites Scribd and Oyster
GIGAOM

Another big-five publisher is seeing the value of ebook subscription models: Simon & Schuster is making its entire backlist of about 10,000 titles available on Scribd and Oyster. Conveniently, S&S author Stephen King is the #1 most-searched author on both

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Simon & Schuster Joins Oyster & Scribd for 'Netflix for E-Books
LA TIMES

Two major services hoping to become 'Netflix for e-books' got a big boost Wednesday: Simon & Schuster has made its backlist available to both Oyster and Scribd.

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Simon & Schuster Titles Added to 'Netflix of Books' Apps
PC MAG

Simon & Schuster has signed on to make its books available on Scribd and Oyster, two separate services that have been described as the Netflix of books.

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S&S Adds E-Book Backlist to Oyster, Scribd
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

Simon & Schuster has reached an agreement with subscription e-book services Oyster and Scribd to make 10,000 of its backlist e-books available to subscribers. This is S&S’s first time offering its titles via e-book subscription services.

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Simon & Schuster Goes Digital As Two Startups Score a 'Big Five' Publisher
FORTUNE

When two startups, called Oyster and Scribd, launched platforms last Fall, they were each hailed as “Netflix for books.” Like Netflix or Spotify, their platforms offer users unlimited consumption of digital media, in this case, books, for a monthly fee.

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Buy or Rent?
TODAY SHOW

Personal finance expert Lauren Lyons Cole joins TODAY to help viewers decide whether it’s better to buy or rent.

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SCRIBD BRINGS READERS WORLD-RENOWNED “FOR DUMMIES” REFERENCE SERIES
SCRIBD INC.

SAN FRANCISCO, April 30, 2014 —Scribd, an e-book subscription service featuring 300,000+ e-books ranging from contemporary bestsellers to beloved classics, today announced its expansion into educational reading with an unprecedented partnership with Wiley

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SCRIBD LAUNCHES NEW TRAVEL E-BOOKS CATEGORY WITH LONELY PLANET PARTNERSHIP
SCRIBD INC.

SAN FRANCISCO, March 26, 2014 —Scribd, an e-book subscription service featuring 300,000+ e-books ranging from contemporary bestsellers to beloved classics, today launched its new travel category by announcing an unprecedented partnership with Lonely Plane

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Scribd’s Subscription E-Book Service Moves Into Travel With The Full Lonely Planet Library
TECHCRUNCH

Subscription e-book startup Scribd is announcing a deal with famed travel publisher Lonely Planet.

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The Most Popular Book in Each of the 50 States
PARADE MAGAZINE

According to Scribd, an expansive e-book library, the literary selections above are the most widely read in those five locales. Wondering about your state? See the full list below.

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What Your iPad Knows About You
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

You've finally finished the book your co-worker recommended, so what to read next? If it is 5 a.m., chances are that you're reaching for a romance novel—especially if you're in Texas or Georgia. By early morning, thrillers might start to look more appe

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SCRIBD LAUNCHES NEW READING APP FOR KINDLE FIRE
SCRIBD, INC.

SAN FRANCISCO, January 29, 2014 — Scribd, a book subscription service featuring 100,000+ books including contemporary bestsellers and beloved classics, is celebrating three million mobile downloads with the launch of an app for Kindle Fire, based on its

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Scribd Takes Aim at Amazon by Bringing Its Subscription ebook App to the Kindle Fire
THE NEXT WEB

Scribd has thrown down a gauntlet against the reigning ebook champion Amazon with the release of an app for enjoying its subscription ebook service on Amazon’s own Kindle Fire tablet.

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Scribd Extends e-book Subscription App to Kindle Fire
CNET

Scribd, hailed as the YouTube of documents and now trying to become the Netflix of digital books, has launched a Kindle Fire app.

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Scribd Offers Kindle Fire App, iOS, Android Updates
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

The recently launched Scribd subscription e-book service is adding an app for the Kindle Fire tablet as well as providing updates to its iOS and Android apps. The service, which provides users access to more than 100,000 titles for $8.99 a month, reports

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30 Under 30 Who Are Changing the World in 2014
FORBES

An avid surfer and sometime street-busking saxophonist with a Harvard degree in biophysics, Adler is a man of many interests.

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Smashwords Website Revamp and Scribd Deal
FORBES

Smashwords has also just signed a distribution deal with Scribd, the content upload and sharing site.

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SCRIBD SIGNS GLOBAL DEAL WITH SMASHWORDS TO OFFER READERS 225,000 BOOKS BY INDEPENDENT AUTHORS
SCRIBD, INC.

SAN FRANCISCO, December 19, 2013 —Scribd, an e-book subscription service featuring 100,000+ titles including thousands of bestsellers and new releases, today announced it has signed a deal with Smashwords , the world’s largest distributor of independen

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Holiday Gift Tip for the Culinary Reader
THE DAILY MEAL

Scribd offers 1,000 titles in its Cookbooks & Food category, a cornucopia of culinary content that’s bound to inspire anyone with an interest in gastronomy.

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Which is the best ereader subscription service for you? We compare the top 3
COOL MOM TECH

As a book lover, I’m excited about the different ways technology has made it convenient for avid book readers, especially with ebook subscription services. - See more at: http://coolmomtech.com/2013/12/which-is-best-ereader-subscription-service/#sthash.Gz

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Scribd is Offering Gift Cards for eBook Subscriptions
GALLEYCAT

Scribd is offering gift cards for its eBook subscription service this holiday season.

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Beyond E-Books: HarperCollins Looks For the Next Big Things
MASHABLE

As competitors in the e-book subscription market, Scribd and Oyster like to emphasize their differences. Yet the two share a common talking point: They both drop the name HarperCollins.

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SCRIBD RELEASES GIFT SUBSCRIPTIONS AS THE PERFECT GIFT FOR ALL THE READERS IN YOUR LIFE
SCRIBD, INC.

SAN FRANCISCO, November 26, 2013 — Scribd, an eBook subscription service featuring +100,000 books, including bestselling and new release titles, today announced its new gift subscriptions, which are accompanied by e-Cards with book cover art inspired by

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Conquer Your E-Reads
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

ONE DAY, HUNCHING in front of a computer screen or squinting at a smartphone to read anything longer than a tweet will seem barbaric. To engage with text thoughtfully and comfortably, e-readers and tablets are still the most evolved gadgets, especially wh

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What does achieving a big milestone get you at Scribd? An equally big office perk.
PANDODAILY

Scribd, which one month ago launched a subscription plan to allow users to download an unlimited number of books for $8.99 per month, has hit a big milestone: 1 million books bookmarked by users.

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Scribd Co-Founder Wrote His Own Story
LA TIMES

As an undergraduate at Harvard, John R. "Trip" Adler III explored medicine, biophysics and investment banking before realizing what he really wanted to do: be an entrepreneur.

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We Test It: Scribd's All-You-Can-Read Digital Buffet
ENTREPRENEUR

In a recent interview with The New York Times Sunday Book Review, author Donna Tartt said “I’ve always got a dozen books going, which is why my suitcases are always so heavy.”

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Why Netflix or Spotify for Ebooks Will Work
FORBES

Many publishing industry observers don’t think that Oyster or Scribd or any other “Netflix or Spotify for ebooks” will work in the consumer marketplace. Why?

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Scribd Challenges Amazon and Apple With ‘Netflix for Books’
WIRED

Spotify did it for music. Netflix did it for movies. And now, Trip Adler and Scribd are doing it for books.

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HarperCollins To Make Most U.S. Backlist Titles Available To Books Subscription Service
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

News Corp's (NWS, NWSA) HarperCollins Publishers has agreed to make available the majority of its U.S. backlist titles to a books subscription service operated by Scribd Inc., a Web-based service.

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SCRIBD, HARPERCOLLINS LAUNCH $8.99 SUBSCRIPTION BOOK SERVICE
FAST COMPANY

For a small monthly fee, consumers are used to getting unlimited access to all types of content: movies, TV shows, music, news, video games. Could that same model soon become popular in the world of publishing?

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Scribd launches first global, multi-platform digital book subscription service
SCRIBD, INC.

SAN FRANCISCO, October 1, 2013 — Scribd,the world’s largest global, multi-platform digital library of books and other written works, today launched a book subscription service available for a flat-rate plan of $8.99 per month.

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SCRIBD, HARPERCOLLINS OFFER E-BOOK SUBSCRIPTIONS
ASSOCIATED PRESS

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Online document-sharing site Scribd is taking a page from Netflix's success story as it sets out to create the world's largest subscription service for digital books.

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Scribd to Convert Documents across the web to HTML5
SCRIBD, INC.

Scribd, Inc. the world’s largest social reading and publishing company, today announced the roll-out of HTML5 code for all websites currently displaying Scribd content in Flash.

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CNBC Tech Titans
CNBC

CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on tomorrow's tech trendsetters, including Scribd, an online site designed for readers and writers.

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Scribd Raises $13 Million in Series C Financing
SCRIBD, INC.

SAN FRANCISCO – January 18, 2011 Scribd, Inc. today announced that it has closed $13 million in Series C financing led by MLC Investments of Australia and SVB Capital, with re-investment from all previous investors...

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Scribd Makes Publishing and Reading Social
SCRIBD, INC.

SAN FRANCISCO – August 10, 2009 – Scribd, the world’s largest social publishing company, today announced the launch of redesigned, more interactive pages on Scribd.com.

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BusinessWeek Best Young Tech Entreprenurs
BLOOMBERG BUSINESS WEEK

Best Young Tech Entrepreneurs 2010 - The Finalists Once again, Bloomberg BusinessWeek's editors and writers have surveyed the tech sector to identify a fresh crop of the most promising technology startups and the young people, age 30 and under...

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Scribd Goes Mobile, Simplifies Reading-On-The-Go
SCRIBD, INC.

Scribd Goes Mobile, Simplifies Reading-On-The-Go "Send to Device" Feature and Scribd Open Content Platform Give ConsumersOne-Click Access to Millions of Unique Written Works on Billions of Devices

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Fast Company 10 Most Innovative Media Companies 2010
FAST COMPANY

Somewhere between Google Books, Amazon, and the blogosphere lies Scribd, a community of "millions of readers, millions of documents." Anyone can upload, comment, tag, vote up and down, and share any piece of text.

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Scribd Partners with Major Publishers to Bring Books, Exclusive Content to 50 Million+
SCRIBD, INC.

SAN FRANCISCO – March 18, 2009 – Scribd, Inc., the world’s largest social publishing website, today announced that it has partnered with major publishers to bring books and other professional works to its community of more than 50 million readers.

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TechCrunch Scribd Had a Blowout Year and so did the Web Document
TECHCRUNCH

The biggest surprise fro me in the social media rankings that I posted earlier today was the appearance of document sharing service Scribd in the top 20.

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