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Politico Bookshelf: how a website becomes a publisher

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(Read caption) The Politico Bookshelf allows the popular news site to test the waters of publishing with titles like "Playbook 212" – even as it boosts its brand.

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Even as we lose the in-person browsing possibilities at bricks-and-mortar sellers like Borders, a new bookstore is hitting the block: a place where you can browse, read, and buy – and it’s all online.

Political news site Politico announced the creation of “Politico Bookshelf” Wednesday, an online bookstore curated by Politico’s editors and run by Random House. The virtual bookshelf will feature a trove of titles – paper and electronic – on current events, politics, history, business and economics, biography, and policy.

It’s a new model for the DC-based news publication: Shoppers browse or search for titles on the virtual bookshelf, then purchase them through a selection of online retailers including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Politics and Prose, and Apple’s iBookstore.

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