Vook Helps Fast Company Hack Hollywood

by Allison Horton on

Fast Company publishes Hacking Hollywood, the first of many business ebooks created on the Vook platform.

Fast Company – the world's leading progressive business media brand – tapped Vook to build its first anthology ebook, Hacking Hollywood: The Creative Geniuses Behind Homeland, Girls, Mad Men, The Sopranos, and More, edited by Fast Company senior writer Chuck Salter. Vook provided the ebook creation, distribution, sales tracking, and merchandising support for the first of many business ebooks from Fast Company. This debut title is a dynamic collection of eye-opening stories from the magazine's archives, offering insight and inspiration from a diverse group of Hollywood success stories. Chapters include:

  • "A Day in the Creative (and Obsessive) Life of Conan O'Brien"
  • "Judd Apatow and Lena Dunham on Turning Real Life Into Comedy"
  • "Martin Scorsese: The Vision Thing"

Hack Hollywood for $2.99 on
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"Ebooks are a terrific format for thematic compilations like Hacking Hollywood," says Fast Company editor Robert Safian. "These stories are so fun, and also instructive. Working with Vook to bring this together was a no-brainer." 

The Vook team couldn't be prouder; we're avid readers of Fast Company over here and love seeing our favorite articles in the ebook. We can't wait to see more ebooks from one of the leading publications on innovation and business. Stay tuned...

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