TORONTO, Nov. 22, 2012 /CNW/ - Premier Digital Publishing, in
partnership with the Canadian Football League and sports publisher
CCMC, today announces the release of a commemorative ebook in
celebration of the 100th Grey Cup.
Like the CFL Special Edition magazine, the 100th ebook contains one hundred years of Grey Cup lore packed into 116
beautiful pages - and it's on sale today. Retailing at $9.99, the only
officially licensed CFL ebook for the 100th Grey Cup is available from Kobo, Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Google and Sony Reader, with fully bilingual
"Here you'll find the story of the Grey Cup's evolution into a Canadian
icon," said Mark Cohon, Commissioner of the Canadian Football League.
"It's an era by era account of the great players, classic games and
passionate fans who have made the Grey Cup an important part of what it
means to be Canadian."
"This is the ultimate Canadian football fan download," says Hutch
Morton, President of Premier Digital, a pioneer in emerging ebook
technology operating out of Toronto and Los Angeles. "The ebook is
available for immediate download to CFL fans from coast to coast, in
any time zone, on all eReader devices from Kobo, Amazon, Barnes &
Noble, Sony, Apple iOS devices, and on eReading apps running on Android
"It is tremendously exciting to tell the story of the Grey Cup in real
time using new technology, offering fans the opportunity to experience
the excitement of the game while scrolling the highlights of the last
100 years, including all the articles and photography," said Cliff
Kivell, the publisher of CFL Illustrated. "For the digital reader, it's
the perfect companion to the official programme and souvenir magazine."
About Premier Digital Publishing:
Premier Digital Publishing is a leading independent digital publisher
and innovator in eBooks, enhanced eBooks and interactive content. Led
by a team of digital media pioneers, the company ranks among the top
publishers of quality eBook entertainment to the industry's leading
tablet and eReader manufacturers and eBook retailers. The company is
based in Los Angeles with offices in Toronto and New York.
SOURCE: Premier Digital Publishing