B&N signs distribution deal with Salon.com

From the press release:

Barnes & Noble, Inc, the world's largest bookseller, today announced that its website, BN.COM, will expand its reach via a content partnership between its online books and arts magazine, the Barnes & Noble Review, and Salon.com, an award-winning news and entertainment website reaching more than 6 million unique users each month.As part of the agreement, selected articles from the Barnes & Noble Review will be shared with Salon.com on a daily basis, providing Salon readers the critical appraisals, reviews, essays, and interviews that have won the Review wide acclaim. Salon.com will in turn share selected elements of its content on the Barnes & Noble Review site. All content will include links to corresponding information on both websites. Additionally, Salon.com will include affiliate links to BN.COM, allowing its readers the opportunity to purchase books, eBooks and more from BN.COM. As part of the creative alliance, Salon and the Review will create booklists of current and background reading to enhance Salon's topic and news pages.

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