E-books aren't killing print
When Amazon launched the Kindle in 2007, book purists bemoaned the imminent demise of print. Yet far from heralding a publishing apocalypse, e-books have been adopted only gradually despite their affordability. Although half of U.S. adults own a tablet or e-reader, e-books make up only an estimated 23 percent of the $35 billion industry — and Pew Research reports that just 4 percent of Americans are e-book only.
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