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Beyond the Book with Ingram's Phil Ollila

It's been a while since I've linked to a Beyond the Book interview but here is an interview with Ingram's Chief Content Officer Phil Ollila. Phil speaks about how digital has changed the way Ingram operates and how that transition has enabled them to offer a broader array of services for publishers - especially on an international scale. (BTB) Here is a sample: KENNEALLY: Right.
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