Article: Kindle Singles & The Washington Post


The link below is to an article that considers a possible relationship between Kindle Singles and The Washington Post.

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http://www.mediabistro.com/appnewser/could-kindle-singles-flourish-at-jeff-bezos-washington-post_b39393

Amazon launches interview series on Kindle Singles; first up: President of Israel


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president shimon peres the kindle singles interviewAmazon (s AMZN) on Thursday launched “The Kindle Singles Interview,” a series of “major long-form interviews with iconic figures and world leaders.”

First up is an interview with Israeli president Shimon Peres by journalist David Samuels, a contributing editor at Harper’s Magazine. The interview, which retails for $0.99, was produced in association with Tablet Magazine, an online daily that focuses on Jewish news and culture. An interview with the president of Israel does not seem like a particularly splashy way to launch the series, but this program could be a way for Amazon to team up with various media outlets and get more content from them in the future.

Kindle Singles, which Amazon launched in 2011, focuses on “compelling ideas expressed at their natural length” and sells works that are generally longer than a magazine article but shorter than a book, most priced between $0.99 and $2.99. There are now 400…

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