Michael Rosenberg, president of Koch Entertainment Distribution, said, “Making key titles from our home video library available on iTunes helps position Koch as the premier independent aggregator in the digital distribution space with the broadest distribution network of any independent. Koch Digital is now the leading independent digital distributor for both audio and video content.”
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Brewster Kahle, who is attempting to build this vast digital library containing every book ever published, every movie ever released, all the strata of web history …and all for free and public use.
US libraries are moving to explore new digital media, with some library districts banding together to create digital collections that can be accessed from anywhere.
Phoenix Public Library has launched a digital collection which lets library card holders access, browse, download and borrow an audiobook, from wherever they are without need for a computer.
Depending on the library and title, the item remains on your computer for one to three weeks before disappearing, meaning you don’t have to bother with returning a book, CD or DVD to the actual library.