Hannover House expands partnership with NanoTech Entertainment
NanoTech’s Media Group to Publish Hannover House TV-Book Channel and provide eBook Publishing Services
SAN JOSE, Calif., July 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — NANOTECH ENTERTAINMENT announced today that the company has expanded their relationship with content partner HANNOVER HOUSE. Hannover House will be releasing book titles from its library using NanoTech’s new TV-Book technology, a revolutionary new delivery platform that will enable consumers to read books on their Television, or through almost any Wi-Fi enabled set top box. NanoTech will also be providing Hannover House with eBook versions of their book releases, to allow access to customers on a variety of platforms including the Kindle, Nook and many other eBook readers.
The Hannover House titles will be available through a dedicated “Book Channel” which is built on NanoTech’s patent pending TV-Book technology. The proprietary system provides users with an eBook like experience on their Television, including the ability to change font sizes, page color, create bookmarks and search for key words.
One of the first books to be featured on the Hannover House TV-Book Channel will be Blood, Money & Power: How L.B.J. Killed J.F.K. by attorney and author Barr McClellan. This acclaimed best-seller exposes the secret, high-level conspiracy in Texas that led to President John F. Kennedy’s death and the succession of Lyndon B. Johnson as president in 1963. The hardcover edition of the book shot to #1 best-selling status on Amazon.com during its initial release. The eBook and TV-Book releases fall on the cusp of the 50th anniversary of this tragic, historic event.
Hannover House C.E.O. Eric Parkinson stated, “We are excited to release our books on these new technology platforms, and especially pleased to be working with NanoTech on the launch of the TV-Book platform. We have been studying the eBook market and changing platforms for e-Readers and content delivery. NanoTech’s breakthrough with their new TV-Book format will enable readers to view our books on internet-enabled televisions and set top boxes such as the Roku or NanoTech’s own Nuvola NP-1. Of course, Hannover House will also make our titles available through the other, principal eBook formats for compatibility on Kindle, Nook and through iTunes.”
Initial title releases will also include “One of the Lucky Ones” by Brenda Hancock, “Sable Shore” by James Danielson, and “Blind Vision” by Vivian Kaplan.
NanoTech CEO Jeffrey A. Foley commented, “We were excited to expand our relationship with Hannover House and leverage our investment in eBook and our own proprietary patent-pending technology. With state of the art products and channels based on our TV-Book technology, we truly believe that NanoTech is providing the Future of Television.”