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Ingram Content Group Inc. today announced that it will provide publisher content to Apple's new iBookstore. Through CoreSource, Ingram's solution for the storage, management, and distribution of digital content, publishers will be able to submit eBooks to iBookstore for availability on the iPad.
"Digital book distribution is changing the publishing industry, and Apple is positioned to be a key player with the iPad," says Phil Ollila, chief content officer, Ingram Content Group. "With Ingram, Apple is working with industry experts who understand the fundamentals of book distribution and the complexities of the digital model. We're pleased to be able to offer this new channel to publishers."
Ingram will help manage the relationship between publishers and Apple. This will enable a publisher's catalog to be ingested, converted into ePub, Apple's required format, and submitted to the iBookstore.
Ingram currently distributes over 500,000 digital assets to major retailers and distributors worldwide. Ingram invests in the latest digital technologies and resources so publishers can invest in the next generation of eBooks. To learn more about Ingram's Apple Referral Program and CoreSource, got to http://www.ingramcontent.com/apple .