The community is supported by organizations that join the Readium Foundation as members. Member organizations typically use Readium technologies to build solutions. You can participate in a Readium open source project or use Readium technologies without being a member, but membership is an important way to support the community.

Find out more about joining Readium Foundation here.

Current Readium Foundation members are: ACCESS, Access for All Swiss Foundation, Adobe, Aerbook, Albin Michel, American Printing House for the Blind, Aptara, Aschehoug, Atomic Software, Baker & Taylor, Benetech, Bibliotheca, Bibliovault, BISG, Bluefire Productions, Bokbasen, Bookshout, Brooklyn Public Library, Cappelen Damm, Ciber Netherlands, Courseload, DAISY Consortium, Datalogics, De Marque, Deutsche Telekom, Digital Public Library of America, Dilicom, DIYIA, DRMinside, E Dantes, East Co.,, Ebooks2go, Eden Livre (a joint venture of Gallimard, La Martinière and Flammarion), Editis, Ekitabu, Ellibs Oy, ePagine, ePublish, Evident Point, Fasoo, Feedbooks, Firebrand Technologies, Gallego Pardo, Google, Hachette Livre, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,, IBM, IDPF, Immanens, Ingram Content Group / Vital Source Technologies, Intel, Izneo, Jouve, KERIS (Korea Education and Research Information Service), Kibano, Kivuto, Kobo/Rakuten, Learning Ally, LIA (by Italian Publishers Association), Lulu Press, Mantano, Minitex, New York Public Library, Nord Compo, Norwegian Library of Talking Books, Numilog, Suntec, Page Foundry, Prismallia, Publiwide, Penguin Random House, Ravn Webveveriat, Sify Technologies, Snapplify, Sony, The Ebook Alternative, Tralalere, VersaPub, Vibal Publishing House, Yahoo Corp. Japan, Yedioth Information Technologies, and Youboox.