Nearly a year ago, we launched the Digital Library Blog to keep partners up to speed on OverDrive’s digital services for libraries. But there’s a story we weren’t telling in our library blog—the story of our more than 1,000 publisher partners and our combined efforts to distribute digital content.

OverDrive has a vast global network of libraries, schools, colleges, universities, and online retailers, all of which are tapping into our catalog of 500,000 premium digital titles from our publisher partners. Our global network didn’t just spring up overnight either. We’ve distributed digital content since 1986, meaning we’ve seen the market go through myriad changes.

The past five years have resulted in a tectonic shift in how digital content is consumed and distributed. This new landscape requires a partner that can deliver your content to the largest number of channels with the greatest efficiency. More than that, it requires a partner who will keep you constantly informed on the latest innovations in its digital distribution services.

That’s where the Digital Distribution Blog comes in.

The goal of this blog is two-fold. First, we want you to know what we are doing to help your content perform in the digital marketplace. Second, we want to keep you up-to-date on the latest technology that affects your content’s performance.

Over the next few days, you’ll find out about special promotions, DRM-free eBooks, and international retail channels. After that, we’ll continue to provide the information you need to be successful in the digital marketplace. And your success is our success. So sign up for email alerts, subscribe to our RSS feed, or simply come back to OverDriveBlogs.com/Distribution for the latest information on digital distribution from OverDrive.

Finally, we want to hear from you. What topics are relevant to your business? What challenges leave you scratching your head? Where has digital content brought you success?  Email us at distributionblog@overdrive.com with your ideas and suggestions.

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