The Changing Publishing Paradigm: From Print To Multi-Channel
February 1, 2012
Learn more about innovations in technology and workflow practices that are helping organizations deliver content more nimbly to multiple channels beyond just print.
With the explosion of smartphones, ebooks and tablets, publishers and premedia professionals are working to make their content available whenever their readers want it and on a multitude of devices and platforms. This requires a coherent strategy for migrating content onto digital platforms while also effectively controlling expenses.
In this IDEAlliance webinar you will learn about how organizations within your industry are addressing this transformation from print-only to multi-channel content delivery
Specific topics include:
- An understanding of the differences in multi-channel strategies
- Technology options that meet the needs of the different required multi channel delivery strategies
- Learn the ‘low hanging fruit’ quick steps your organization can be taking to deliver content to different channels.
1560 Broadway, Suite 810 (@46th Street)
New York, NY 10036
Mr. Bachana began his career in the late 1980's at the New York Times in its Production Technology Group. He furthered his career at the Associated Press as technical services manager for AP AdSend, the digital delivery system from advertisers to AP member newspapers. Mr. Bachana went on to be senior Project Manager at I.M.A.G.E. Inc, then Senior Account Manager at Inacom, before founding DPCI in April, 1999.
A native of New York, Mr. Bachana is a graduate of both Brown (BA) and Columbia (GS) Universities and holds PMP certification from the Project Management Institute. Mr. Bachana serves on the editorial board of Palgrave-Macmillan's Journal for DAM, is a guest speaker on Multi-Channel Publishing, Content Management and Digital Asset Management at The O'Reilly Tools of Change Conference, The Gilbane Conference on Content Management, Createasphere Conference on Digital Asset Management, Henry Stewart Symposium, AIIM, Publishing Business, DMA and other industry conferences.