Digital Content: Where Are Publishers Investing and What Challenges Will They Need to Overcome?

Free WEBcast presented by Digital Book World and sponsored by Innodata

Tune in on June 21st at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT for results of a 2012 survey of publishers to learn about where publishers are looking to invest their ePublishing resources.

Registration for this event is past due. If you are a member or for more information on how to become a member, you can find the recording in our webcast archives.

In this 1-hour WEBcast, Digital Book World and Innodata will provide the results of a 2012 survey of publishers and discuss where publishers are looking to invest their ePublishing resources and which digital content initiatives they will prioritize this year. Benchmark your ePublishing investments against the industry and help determine where to apply your resources in 2012 and beyond.

Attendees Will Learn

  • Where publishers are spending their money on digital initiatives.
  • How much they’re spending.
  • What kind of ROI they can expect.

Speakers

  • Marc Rubner, vice president of product marketing at Innodata

Moderator

  • Jeremy Greenfield, editorial director at Digital Book World

Who Should Attend

This webcast is meant for publishers large and small that are making investments in e-books and digital publishing. 

Sponsor

Innodata (NASDAQ: INOD) is a leading provider of business process, technology and consulting services, as well as products and solutions, that help our clients create, manage, use and distribute digital information. Propelled by a culture that emphasizes quality, service and innovation, we have developed a client base that includes many of the world’s preeminent media, publishing and information services companies, as well as leading enterprises in information-intensive industries such as aerospace, defense, financial services, government, healthcare, high technology, insurance, intelligence, manufacturing and law.

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