LibreDigital Secures $15 Million in Funding to Accelerate Delivery of eBooks and Digital Newspapers
"Knitting together traditional and new content sources with the various mobile devices consumers use to access it can be a daunting task for any publisher," Russell P. Reeder, President and CEO of LibreDigital, Inc. "We're making the entire process seamless no matter what device or content source publishers need to feed. The support of our investors will allow us to service more customers more quickly, while delivering new innovations and applications as content delivery continues its evolution into the digital age."
LibreDigital works with six of the world's top ten book publishers, including HarperCollins Publishers, Hachette Book Group, Simon & Schuster and Wiley, and many of the leading newspapers. It helps them to deliver their content across an expanding array of digital channels, including eReaders, search engines, online stores and mobile devices. LibreDigital also helps publishers market and control their valuable works across digital formats, including ePub and other eBooks formats, eInk, online, mobile and new print-on-demand delivery options.
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LibreDigital makes it profitable to manage and market digital content, providing a web-based warehouse and distribution platform for six of the top ten book publishers and over 175 newspapers and periodicals. LibreDigital's on-demand solution allows publishers to store and secure digital content in any form, and to deliver content on demand to any marketplace, consumer, or device. LibreDigital serves the world's top firms in over 120 countries including HarperCollins Publishers, Hachette Book Group, John Wiley & Sons and Simon & Schuster. Backed by Adams Capital Management, Triangle Peak Partners, Noro-Moseley Partners, the New York Times Company, and HarperCollins Publishers, LibreDigital partners with a number of industry leaders, including Baker & Taylor, to provide a full range of solutions. LibreDigital is based in Austin, Texas, with offices in New York City and the United Kingdom.