Project E book, publisher Editions, said it would release the e-Book of The Wall St. Journal (the e-Publisher) on March 11.
The book will have a cover of a woman in a red dress reading from a copy of the Journal that was recently purchased.
Project E said it was created as a way to create an accessible e-reader that was “in line with the editorial ethos” of The Journal, a publisher whose motto is “the most influential daily newspaper in the world.”
“Project E book is a unique digital publication,” Project E CEO Matt Smith said in a statement.
“The cover of the book will reflect the editorial philosophy of The New York Times.”
The e-BOOK, which was recently released in the United Kingdom, will feature an interactive map that allows users to navigate to specific sections of the paper.
It will include the latest news, as well as the latest research and opinion, in an interactive style that has a more contemporary look.
The Wall Times will also publish excerpts from The Journal’s digital edition, according to a press release.
The New Yorker, The Times and The Economist have all said they plan to release digital editions of The American Journal, which includes The Wall-Street Journal, over the next year.
The Times, The Economist and The Atlantic will release their e-Publishing plans this year.
Project e said it had sold more than 1 million copies of its e-Books of the Wall Street JournoList.
ProjectE also said it plans to launch a new online e-edition of The Times that will have stories from The Wall and The American.
Projecte has said it has plans to publish a book about the New York City subway system.
Project-E has said the eBooks of The JournosList will have content from the New Yorker and The Times.
The Journal also said its eBooks will be in e-publishing formats for “five years.”
“Our goal is to bring Project E’s e-Reader product to a wide audience, while maintaining its unique quality,” Smith said.
The eBooks on Project E include articles, research reports and opinion pieces by the Journal’s reporters and editors.
Project Education said it will begin selling eBooks through its website in early 2019.
Project Educate said it planned to launch an e-Suffolk e-Library later this year and said it intended to make eBooks “available in electronic form to all students.”
The Education for All Foundation, a nonprofit that has distributed more than $300 million in scholarships to students of color, plans to release a digital edition of the Journocore and The Journal on the same day.
The foundation is also developing an eBook for the New Haven, Conn., school district.
Project ed told ABC News the eBook would include a list of stories from the Journal.
It said the project would be “in a digital format that will be easy for children and families to find.”