November 30, 2015

OverDrive to Offer Entire O'Reilly Media Catalog Free of DRM

As part of its effort to expand content and streamline its platform, OverDrive announced today that it is going to offer titles from O’Reilly Media that are free of digital rights management. O’Reilly’s entire catalog of 1500 ebooks will be available to OverDrive’s customers, including those in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and other territories worldwide, according to an OverDrive press release.

OverDrive will have more details about its “OverDrive Win” enhancements this week at the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference in New Orleans.

See also in LJ: OverDrive to Streamline Platform and Expand Offerings

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