CEO’s Look Back at 2011 and Forward Into Publishing’s Future

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Sitting high atop a perch with a view of the publishing landscape down below, book publishing company CEOs have a different perspective than the rest of us when it comes to what’s happening in digital books.

Moderated by F+W Media’s chairman and CEO David Nussbaum, a panel packed with publishing CEOs at the Digital Book World conference in New York talked about what they learned in 2011 and what they plan on doing differently in 2012.

In the video below, hear from John R. Ingram, chairman of the Ingram Content Group, Dominique Raccah, CEO and publisher at Sourcebooks, John Donatich, director of Yale University Press and Ellen Archer, president of Hyperion.

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