In an eight-minute segment on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's nightly CBC News that aired yesterday, Scott Turow discussed Amazon's tactic of selling bestselling e-books at a loss to lock up a 90% share of the e-book market.  He also took aim at publishers, saying "there should be a 50% royalty on net proceeds" for e-books, following established practices for the industry.  (See E-Book Royalty Math: The House Always Wins and The E-Book Royalty Mess: An Interim Fix for discussions of e-royalty rates.)