Due to the success of Journalism 2.0 as a downloadable PDF, I’m often asked whether the next one, Journalism Next, will be available as an e-book. I’m happy to report that, yes, it will be available digitally and even as an a la carte option.
CQPress is publishing Journalism Next and informed me recently that it will offer it as an e-book/online subscription, offering users the ability to customize books, building a custom publication a chapter at a time from the entire CQPress library of content. Pretty cool, huh?
The e-book version of Journalism Next should be available about the same time as the print edition, which is scheduled to be released on Nov. 10. You can pre-order the book at CQPress’s web site for $21.95.
Readers in Europe will be able to order the book from Sage Publishing, which is the parent company of CQPress, by using this link: http://www.uk.sagepub.com/cqpress.sp. It should also be available on Amazon.co.uk. It’s unclear whether there will be any lag time between the time when the book will be available in the U.S. and available on Amazon.co.uk.