Join Jackson Fish Market’s Hillel Cooperman in a conversation with trailblazers from children’s digital publishing including Megan Quinn from Charlesbridge, Sara Berliner from ScrollMotion, and Lyle Underkoffler from Disney as they discuss the following questions and more:
Co-founded Jackson Fish Market in 2006 after almost 10 years at Microsoft where I headed the windows UX team. Jackson Fish Market launched A Story Before Bed in late 2009 as the first (and still only) service that lets parents and grandparents record video of themselves reading children’s books, and have the kids play them back synchronized with the pages of the book on screen.
In addition to her responsibilities as School and Library Sales Manager, Megan Quinn handles Subrights at Charlesbridge Publishing, an independently owned and operated trade publisher of quality titles for children and adults. Meg is a founding member of Charlesbridge’s Digital Task Force, a committee created to guide and develop Charlesbridge’s strategy for e-content and aggressively develop and pursue Charlesbridge’s digital presence across all markets.
Before joining the Charlesbridge staff in 2007, Meg helped propel marketing and publicity efforts for the publications department of the Society for Organizational Learning, a non-profit organization dedicated to the benefits and applications of collaborative communities and the idea that learning is an inherently social process.
Sara Berliner is VP Content for ScrollMotion, a media and technology company that develops digital platforms for the world’s leading text book, children’s book, and magazine publishers. Since 2008 she has built ScrollMotion’s children’s division into a leading provider of premium family content to Apple’s App Store and other digital marketplaces. Prior to joining ScrollMotion, Sara co-founded kids media company Star Farm, where she created entertainment properties including Edgar & Ellen.
Lyle Underkoffler was named vice president, Digital Media in 2010. In this role, he is responsible for leading the development and management of the digital strategy, positioning DPW as the leading resource for high-quality virtual content for children.
Previously, Mr. Underkoffler has served as the director, Strategy for Disney Publishing Worldwide. He was responsible for the annual Strategic Plan process and partnering across DPW business areas to analyze and help drive global growth initiatives. Mr. Underkoffler was also director of Strategy and Business Development at Zagat Survey, where he established a roadmap for growth through acquisitions, partnerships, and new ventures. In this role, he developed and executed a 3-year strategy across interactive products, both online and mobile.
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