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This video compilation of thought leaders at Digital Book World has some interesting takes on eBooks and publishing. The model that the big six publisher, Random House, Hachette (Time Warner Books), Macmillan, Penguin, HarperCollins and Simon & Schuster is seen by many as “time limited.”

Mike Shatzkin says, “The big six is run by the smartest group, the most innovative group, the most forward thinking group across the board that major publishing has ever had. Each and every one of these companies is run by a legitimately smart, forward thinking leadership. And yet, they are in a very, very difficult position.”

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