Vook

Vook

(Video bOOK) A digital book that intersperses video clips for enhanced enjoyment and instruction from VOOK LLC, Alameda, CA (www.vook.com). Available on the Web or as an iPhone application, Vook users can connect with friends and other readers via Vook's integration with popular social networks.
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Digital publishing company Vook has acquired the e-publishing business of Coliloquy, literary news magazine Publishers Weekly revealed on Friday.
12 September 2014 - US digital publisher Vook Inc announced the acquisition of domestic short-form e-book publisher Byliner Inc without elaborating on financial details.
Just last month [March 2014], Vook bought the stats-running start-up Booklr and folded the latter's analytical toolkit into its ebook publishing platform.
New York City based e-book technology company Vook announced on Tuesday that it has released Author Control, its new daily market intelligence dashboard.
The New York Times is partnering digital publishing services Byliner and Vook to release a combination of original work and existing stories as e-books and selling them for no more than $3.
The Vook collaboration started with 25 "TimesFiles" titles that will be expanded.
com/2011/04/22/what-is-a- book-the-definition-continues-to-blur/ Vook.
Vook, a digital publisher, revealed on Thursday that more than 150,000 of its free animated TextVooks were downloaded in one day at the Amazon Kindle Store.
The US company Vook has expanded ebooks to include embedded video, social media and networking links, ranging from classic works by Lewis Carroll and Shakespeare to cookbooks.
A vook is a mixed-media form that combines elements of text, video, images, and social networking into a single product.
Vook is an interesting early example of an experience that attempts to solve two problems wrought by the long tail of digital multimedia.
Today's readers not only read novels on paper, but also using technology such as the Kindle, iPad, Sophie, Nook, and Vook.