TOC 2012 Schedule

Below are the confirmed and scheduled talks at TOC 2012 (schedule subject to change).

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Broadway North
Add Indexing in eBooks and eContent - Adding Value to your personal schedule
10:45am Indexing in eBooks and eContent - Adding Value Jan Wright (Wright Information)
Add Renovating Print Assets for Digital Publishing to your personal schedule
11:35am Renovating Print Assets for Digital Publishing Michael Rankin (CreativePro.com)
Add EPUB in the Wild to your personal schedule
1:40pm EPUB in the Wild Elizabeth Castro (self-employed)
Add Enriching the Reader Experience with Digital Content: How Atria Books Connected to Readers to your personal schedule
2:30pm Enriching the Reader Experience with Digital Content: How Atria Books Connected to Readers Judith Curr (Atria Books, a division of Simon and Schuster, Inc.)
Broadway South
Add The Changing Face of Retail Bookselling to your personal schedule
10:45am The Changing Face of Retail Bookselling Thad McIlroy (TheFutureofPublishing.com), Philip Downer (Front of Store), Jeremy LeBard (ReadCloud), Jack McKeown (Books & Books Westhampton Beach)
Add CONNECTING Content With Readers Worldwide  to your personal schedule
11:35am CONNECTING Content With Readers Worldwide Phil Ollila (Ingram Content Group Inc.), Larry Brewster (Ingram Content Group Inc. )
Add Nurturing the Conversation: The Care & Management of Reading & Writing Communities to your personal schedule
1:40pm Nurturing the Conversation: The Care & Management of Reading & Writing Communities Sophie Rochester (The Literary Platform), Liz Edelstein (Macmillan Publishing | Digital Marketing), Jacob Lewis (Figment ), Colleen Lindsay (Penguin Group (USA))
Add Metadata is Not a Thing to your personal schedule
2:30pm Metadata is Not a Thing Laura Dawson (Bowker)
Astor Ballroom
Add You've Decided The Cloud Is Right For Your Organization. Now The Hard Part. to your personal schedule
10:45am You've Decided The Cloud Is Right For Your Organization. Now The Hard Part. Jonathan Reichental (City of Palo Alto)
Add Exaggerations and Perversions to your personal schedule
11:35am Exaggerations and Perversions Valla Vakili (Small Demons)
Add The Library Alternative to your personal schedule
1:40pm The Library Alternative Peter Brantley (BookServer Project), Andrew Albanese (Publishers Weekly), Tim Coates (Bilbary), Jeremy LeBard (ReadCloud), Micah May (New York Public Library), Julie Sandorf (Charles H. Revson Foundation )
Add Startups to Publishing Companies Ripe for Expansion: What Are Investors in the Publishing Sector Looking For? to your personal schedule
2:30pm Startups to Publishing Companies Ripe for Expansion: What Are Investors in the Publishing Sector Looking For? Sophie Rochester (The Literary Platform), Christophe Maire (txtr), Thad McIlroy (TheFutureofPublishing.com), Brian Rich (Catalyst Investors), Valla Vakili (Small Demons), Henrik Werdelin (Prehype)
Add Publishing Startup Showcase to your personal schedule
6:00pm Plenary
Room: Astor Ballroom
Publishing Startup Showcase Linda Holliday (Semi-Linear, New York Angels), Henrik Werdelin (Prehype)
Soho Complex
Add The Future of the Cookbook to your personal schedule
11:35am The Future of the Cookbook Adam Salomone (The Harvard Common Press), Ronny Golan (BookPulse), Jesse McDougall (Me)
Add Margin Walking: How Annotation Technology Reinvents and Renews the Book  to your personal schedule
1:40pm Margin Walking: How Annotation Technology Reinvents and Renews the Book Joe Wikert (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Seth Kaufman (Copia Interactive)
Add Can We Have a Rational Discussion About Copyright?  to your personal schedule
2:30pm Can We Have a Rational Discussion About Copyright? Edward Nawotka (Publishing Perspectives), William Patry (Google, Inc. )
Duffy-Columbia
Add What Works Well Where? Considering Books for Children in Different Formats to your personal schedule
11:35am What Works Well Where? Considering Books for Children in Different Formats Junko Yokota (National Louis University (Chicago)), Peter Sis
Add Creating A Strong Youth Media Brand to your personal schedule
1:40pm Creating A Strong Youth Media Brand Frederik Wiedemann (ReD Associates), Kasper Tostesen (Danish Broadcasting Corporation)
Add ComiXology: Non-disruptive Digital Change to your personal schedule
2:30pm ComiXology: Non-disruptive Digital Change David Steinberger (comiXology.com)
Chelsea
Add Digital Abundance and the “Game of School” to your personal schedule
10:45am Digital Abundance and the “Game of School” Brandt Redd (Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium)
Add Keplers2020: Building the Community Bookstore of the 21st Century to your personal schedule
11:35am Keplers2020: Building the Community Bookstore of the 21st Century Thad McIlroy (TheFutureofPublishing.com), Praveen Madan (Keplers2020, Booksmith)
Add Learning Management Systems: Friend or Foe in the New Ecology? to your personal schedule
2:30pm Learning Management Systems: Friend or Foe in the New Ecology? Diana Childress (Blackboard Inc.), Ray Henderson (Blackboard Learn)
Empire-Hudson
Add Kogan Page’s use of 3rd Party Systems to Create,  Manage & Distribute Content to your personal schedule
10:45am Kogan Page’s use of 3rd Party Systems to Create, Manage & Distribute Content Marcus Woodburn (Ingram Content Group), Martin Klopstock (Kogan Page Ltd), Rodney Elder (Virtusales Publishing Solutions)
Add Personalized and Measurable – New Opportunities for Magazine Advertising to your personal schedule
11:35am Personalized and Measurable – New Opportunities for Magazine Advertising James R. Cioban (Cierant Corporation), Michelle Weir (Hewlett Packard), Dale Williams (Strategic Content Imaging)
Add Flash to HTML5: A Roadmap to Successful Migrations to your personal schedule
1:40pm Flash to HTML5: A Roadmap to Successful Migrations John Wheeler (SPi Global)
Add What Sort of eBook Did You Have in Mind?   to your personal schedule
2:30pm What Sort of eBook Did You Have in Mind? Walter Walker (codeMantra LLC)
Add Welcome & Announcements to your personal schedule
9:00am Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Welcome & Announcements Kat Meyer (O'Reilly Media, Inc. ), Joe Wikert (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
Add Keynote by LeVar Burton to your personal schedule
9:05am Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Keynote by LeVar Burton LeVar Burton (RRKidz)
Add Changing Times, Changing Readers: Let's Start With Experience to your personal schedule
9:20am Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Changing Times, Changing Readers: Let's Start With Experience Tim Carmody (Technology Review / National Geographic)
Add Copy Cultures to your personal schedule
9:35am Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Copy Cultures Joe Karaganis (American Assembly)
Add The Death of the Page, the Dawn of Digital to your personal schedule
10:00am Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
The Death of the Page, the Dawn of Digital Matt MacInnis (Inkling)
Add Keynote by Eric Ries to your personal schedule
4:00pm Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Keynote by Eric Ries Eric Ries (Lessons Learned)
Add Is SEO Killing America? to your personal schedule
4:15pm Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Is SEO Killing America? Clay Johnson (InformationDiet.com)
Add The Clip Report - Insights on the Future of Media to your personal schedule
4:30pm Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
The Clip Report - Insights on the Future of Media Steve Rubel (Edelman Digital)
Add Keynote by Baratunde Thurston to your personal schedule
4:45pm Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Keynote by Baratunde Thurston Baratunde Thurston (The Onion)
Gotham
Add Secrets of Selling to Higher Education - How to Successfully Sell into College and University Audiences to your personal schedule
11:35am Secrets of Selling to Higher Education - How to Successfully Sell into College and University Audiences Sol Rosenberg (Copia Interactive, LLC), Joann Spyker (Copia Interactive)
Add The Semantic Shift  to your personal schedule
2:30pm The Semantic Shift Daniel Mayer (TEMIS)
12:20pm Lunch - Sponsored by SPi Global
Room: Atrium (8th Floor)
8:00am Coffee
Room: Exhibit Hall
10:15am Morning Break
Room: Exhibit Hall
3:15pm Afternoon Break
Room: Exhibit Hall
Add Exhibit Hall Reception (Sponsored by Ingram) to your personal schedule
5:00pm Event
Room: Exhibit Hall
Exhibit Hall Reception (Sponsored by Ingram)
Add Valentine's Day Mixer to your personal schedule
7:00pm Event
Room: Crossroads Bar (8th Floor)
Valentine's Day Mixer
Add Roundtable Sessions to your personal schedule
8:00pm Plenary
Room: See Roundtable Schedule for Locations
Roundtable Sessions
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Make
Indexing in eBooks and eContent - Adding Value
Jan Wright (Wright Information)
Search isn't always enough for non-fiction readers. And indexes that resemble pages in a book don't take the best advantage of eBook interfaces. They slow searchers down, and "slow" is annoying. eReaders should combine both Search + Index to help readers find what they need quickly, by providing content-based navigation that can do full-text as well as display analysis of a topic.
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Make
Renovating Print Assets for Digital Publishing
Michael Rankin (CreativePro.com)
Starting from InDesign, Quark, or PDF files, this seminar will cover the issues and process of converting legacy print assets into finished digital products ready to publish on Kindle, Nook, or iBooks.
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Make
EPUB in the Wild
Elizabeth Castro (self-employed)
There has been a lot of talk about the EPUB3 specification and the features that are coming. But which standard features really work and which nonstandard features ebook vendors are encouraging in their stores is another question altogether. Liz Castro will talk about pushing the edges of EPUB in real life situations in real ereaders, with and beyond standards.
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Make, Manage, Market
Enriching the Reader Experience with Digital Content: How Atria Books Connected to Readers
Judith Curr (Atria Books, a division of Simon and Schuster, Inc.)
In the fast-changing landscape of publishing, the future is no longer just about linear text – both digital and print books are actively taking advantage of new and improved technologies for enriching reader experience. This session will describe the unique ways in which publisher Atria improved customer experience and also stepped up its marketing game by connecting to customers’ mobile devices.
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Market
The Changing Face of Retail Bookselling
Thad McIlroy (TheFutureofPublishing.com) et al
The focus of the bookselling session is not just U.S. but worldwide. The objective: to take inventory of where both online and bricks & mortar stands today, along with some trendlines for the next 12-24 months.
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Market
CONNECTING Content With Readers Worldwide
Phil Ollila (Ingram Content Group Inc.) et al
Today’s marketplace is no longer bound by national borders and languages. Worldwide connectivity is driving publishers and distributors to rethink content strategies. Making the right physical content available, in the right format and language, at the right price and to the right audiences are keys to success, and accomplishing that successfully was easier said than done – until now.
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Manage
Nurturing the Conversation: The Care & Management of Reading & Writing Communities
Sophie Rochester (The Literary Platform) et al
Join The Literary Platform's Sophie Rochester as she sits down to chat with three veterans of the literary "community" culture to explore how writing and reading communities come together, and what makes the best communities thrive.
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Make
Metadata is Not a Thing
Laura Dawson (Bowker)
The idea of “metadata” has been a topic of many conference sessions, articles, Twitter conversations, blog posts…and publishers seem to have gotten the message that good metadata leads to increased sales. But is hiring a “metadata czar” really the right approach? Is it an effective use of resources to put one person “in charge” of metadata?
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Manage
You've Decided The Cloud Is Right For Your Organization. Now The Hard Part.
Jonathan Reichental (City of Palo Alto)
In this short presentation, Dr. Jonathan Reichental will summarize some best practices in managing the execution of your cloud strategy.
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Manage
Exaggerations and Perversions
Valla Vakili (Small Demons)
If format—the known quantity and its changing nature—matters less than we think, where do we look for growth? I’ll argue that we can look instead to customer behavior, specifically their exaggerations and perversions, for ways forward.
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Manage
The Library Alternative
Peter Brantley (BookServer Project) et al
This panel moderated by Peter Brantley consists of five individuals working to foster or construct alternative business models for libraries in the digital age in concert with publishers. Come join us as we discuss the challenges of - and potential solutions to - affording equal access to content, while making financially feasible for publishers and writers.
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Manage
Startups to Publishing Companies Ripe for Expansion: What Are Investors in the Publishing Sector Looking For?
Sophie Rochester (The Literary Platform) et al
This panel of venture capitalists, private equity funders, publishing startups and established publishers whose growth was made possible through equity investments will share their experiences, offer advice to others in the same boats, and discuss the pros and cons of publishers and investors working together.
6:00pm-7:00pm (1h) Event
Publishing Startup Showcase
Linda Holliday (Semi-Linear, New York Angels) et al
This year we’re hosting another Startup Showcase at TOC. Highlighting the startup ecosystem’s creativity and variety, the Showcase will give you a chance to see the newest publishing related companies entering the market.
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Market
What Should I Read? A Brief History of Recommendations
Mark Johnson (Zite)
What to read next is an age old question. From library catalogs to best seller lists to search engines to modern recommendation systems, this session will take you through a tour of the history of recommendations with a sharp focus on the past 20 years: why did recommendation systems pop up now and what has changed in the past few years.
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Manage
The Future of the Cookbook
Adam Salomone (The Harvard Common Press) et al
The cookbook is under substantial transformative pressure. In almost no other sector of book publishing are the opportunities for monetization, community building, and enhancement so prevalent. This session is meant to explore some of the new opportunities in the cookbook publishing arena, with some diverse perspectives on the subject from publishers, authors, agents, and even bloggers.
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Make
Margin Walking: How Annotation Technology Reinvents and Renews the Book
Joe Wikert (O'Reilly Media, Inc.) et al
This will be a dialog between Seth Kaufman, Copia Merchandising VP, and Joe Wikert, co-chair of TOC. We will talk about ereader wish list features and how Copia has implemented some of them. A number of these will have been announced/released at or just prior to TOC NY.
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Manage
Can We Have a Rational Discussion About Copyright?
Edward Nawotka (Publishing Perspectives) et al
Canadian Member of the House of Commons Charlie Angus, the only member of the Canadian Parliament to have made his living as songwriter and performer, bemoaned "the increasingly Manichean debate over copyright reform." Are we past the point where we can have a rational discussion about our copyright laws?
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Manage
Changing the Face of Open Commerce Identity in Publishing
Jonathan LeBlanc (PayPal)
The value behind an identity system comes in when that same identity system is used to enhance and enrich the experiences of publishers and users. Delivering a foundation in open commerce based identity, PayPal Access allows publishers to build smart, direct identity channels into their business.
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Make
What Works Well Where? Considering Books for Children in Different Formats
Junko Yokota (National Louis University (Chicago)) et al
Each storytelling format–oral, paper, digital–has distinct characteristics that should dictate how to do it best. What matters in terms of children’s comprehension and reader response? What kinds of stories are suited to be digitized and what might be best left on paper? In this session, we examine the impact of design and reader support features on child motivation and experience.
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Market
Creating A Strong Youth Media Brand
Frederik Wiedemann (ReD Associates) et al
Based on anthropologic insights into youth culture and media patterns, Danish Broadcasting Corporation has developed a new brand for youth oriented content across all platforms. The presentation shows how deep user insights lead to a new way of connecting to the youth audience, combining quality and public service standards with an appeal to key elements of youth culture and identity
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Make
ComiXology: Non-disruptive Digital Change
David Steinberger (comiXology.com)
ComiXology CEO David Steinberger speaks about how the comic industry is experiencing non-disruptive digital distribution and what lessons there may be for other industries.
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Sponsored Sessions
Digital Abundance and the “Game of School”
Brandt Redd (Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium)
Publishing sits on the tense border between digital abundance and the scarcity of the conventional economy. Digital abundance is also changing “The Game of School” which was designed around scarcity of teacher time and material resources. New rules, designed for abundance, will deliver breakthrough improvements in student learning. Opportunities are rich for publishers who understand these rules.
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Market
Keplers2020: Building the Community Bookstore of the 21st Century
Thad McIlroy (TheFutureofPublishing.com) et al
Silicon Valley’s iconic bookstore Kepler’s just launched a project to transition to a next-generation literary venture. In this interview, Praveen Madan, the leader of Keplers2020 will address the following questions: Why do people still care about community bookstores? Why re-invent a community bookstore? Is radical change needed? Is it necessary?
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Sponsored Sessions
Learning Management Systems: Friend or Foe in the New Ecology?
Diana Childress (Blackboard Inc.) et al
Presents Blackboard's vision of the evolving relationship between LMS & digital publishers & the potential for great mutual benefit. Presenters will argue that new model can catalyze greater consumption of digital products with improved economics & expanded global reach & that OER is a positive development that will further the market for commercial digital content.
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Sponsored Sessions
Kogan Page’s use of 3rd Party Systems to Create, Manage & Distribute Content
Marcus Woodburn (Ingram Content Group) et al
The acceleration of innovation in the book industry is dizzying. Digital continues to trigger profound changes in how people read and how publishers develop content and sell books. To succeed today, it is imperative to have a digital plan to reach more and sell more. In this session, Kogan Page, Virtusales and Ingram present a collaborative best practice digital distribution case study.
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Sponsored Sessions
Personalized and Measurable – New Opportunities for Magazine Advertising
James R. Cioban (Cierant Corporation) et al
Today’s digital print technologies, combined with an innovative marketing approach enable Magazine Publishers to venture into fully personalized advertising content in a magazine, representing a new approach to creating more effective and measurable marketing campaigns.
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Sponsored Sessions
Flash to HTML5: A Roadmap to Successful Migrations
John Wheeler (SPi Global)
Publishers are having trouble migrating from Flash to HTML5 - this session will provide a roadmap on how to do just that.
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Sponsored Sessions
What Sort of eBook Did You Have in Mind?
Walter Walker (codeMantra LLC)
ePub may be the standard, but there are a lot of varieties and alternatives to the reflowable text format. In this session conversion engineers, production managers and digital publishers get together to discuss options, constraints and potential for an optimized ePub against a broad set of criteria – type of content, target audience, device capabilities.
9:00am-9:05am (5m) Keynote
Welcome & Announcements
Kat Meyer (O'Reilly Media, Inc. ) et al
TOC opening remarks by program chairs Kat Meyer and Joe Wikert.
9:05am-9:20am (15m) Keynote
Keynote by LeVar Burton
LeVar Burton (RRKidz)
Description coming soon!
9:20am-9:35am (15m) Keynote
Changing Times, Changing Readers: Let's Start With Experience
Tim Carmody (Technology Review / National Geographic)
Alan Jacobs and Timothy Carmody will examine how readers' experiences and expectations are changing in response to the new digital reading landscape, and how and why editors and publishers can address those expectations and soothe those anxieties.
9:35am-9:50am (15m) Keynote
Copy Cultures
Joe Karaganis (American Assembly)
High prices for media goods, low incomes, and cheap digital technologies are the main ingredients of global media piracy. That's the framework for Karaganis' talk about the shifting boundary between licit and illicit access to media goods and the prospects for enforcement in the wake of SOPA.
9:50am-10:00am (10m) Keynote
Public Library Power Patrons Are Your Best Customers: Lessons from Patron Profiles, the Library Journal /Bowker PubTrack Consumer Research Partnership
Barbara A Genco (Library Journal/School Library Journal)
Did you know that 50% of all library users go on to purchase books (in print and digital formats) by the authors they first discovered in the library? Learn more about the Library Power Patrons and their reading and buying behaviors.
10:00am-10:15am (15m) Keynote
The Death of the Page, the Dawn of Digital
Matt MacInnis (Inkling)
So far, the transition to digital books has failed to move beyond content where text alone is largely sufficient, such as fiction and daily news. In his keynote, Inkling CEO Matt MacInnis will share his view of why this has occurred, and unveil an exciting new path forward for publishers to design and produce high fidelity interactive content at scale.
4:00pm-4:15pm (15m) Keynote
Keynote by Eric Ries
Eric Ries (Lessons Learned)
Description coming soon!
4:15pm-4:30pm (15m) Keynote
Is SEO Killing America?
Clay Johnson (InformationDiet.com)
Search Engine Optimization is a great tool for marketing a content-driven website, but basing editorial and titling decisions solely on what you believe readers are searching for has serious social consequences. Certainly there must be a better way. And there is: Clay Johnson makes the case for the "Whole Foods" model of content.
4:30pm-4:45pm (15m) Keynote
The Clip Report - Insights on the Future of Media
Steve Rubel (Edelman Digital)
It’s easy to forget but back in 2008 a lot of people were declaring that the media as we know it was dead - or dying. Yet, a funny thing happened on the way to the funeral. The media, faced with the threat of extinction, used sheer will and innovation to turn things around. Today the fourth estate is arguably stronger than ever. This even as the global economy sputters.
4:45pm-5:00pm (15m) Keynote
Keynote by Baratunde Thurston
Baratunde Thurston (The Onion)
Description coming soon!
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Sponsored Sessions
Best Practices Planning and Launching New Digital Products
Stephen Casbeer (Innodata)
Challenges and risks in digital product development become magnified as the race to digital accelerates. Pressure mounts from the rate of change, complexity of content and technology-dependent product, and the need to ensure relevancy in changing markets. This session investigates the principle challenges in launching new digital products and key methods to consider to ensure success.
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Sponsored Sessions
Secrets of Selling to Higher Education - How to Successfully Sell into College and University Audiences
Sol Rosenberg (Copia Interactive, LLC) et al
How can you get your titles seen, purchased and read by this audience? What kind of content works best? Is it possible to get professors to actually recommend your titles? How do they like to consume and interact with content? What are the unique technical features they would want in digital content? How can you help them get the best grade possible in their quest to a perfect “A?
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Sponsored Sessions
Strategies For Leveraging Technology To Maximise Your eBooks Sales
Sameer Shariff (iPublishCentral)
In today's eBooks explosion, publishers are exploring various digital opportunities to reach out & engage with their readers, increase sales and add to their revenue streams.In my presentation, I would like to share a few cases where publishers have benefited from our partnership in taking their digital initiatives to the next level.
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Sponsored Sessions
The Semantic Shift
Daniel Mayer (TEMIS)
Semantics have emerged as a strategic growth platform for Publishers, enabling product innovation, advanced information access, analytics and discovery on online portals, and massive productivity gains. This session investigates key semantic applications for Publishers and underscores underlying trends shaping how we will package and consume information in the future.
12:20pm-1:40pm (1h 20m)
Break: Lunch - Sponsored by SPi Global
8:00am-9:00am (1h)
Break: Coffee
10:15am-10:45am (30m)
Break: Morning Break
3:15pm-4:00pm (45m)
Break: Afternoon Break
5:00pm-6:00pm (1h) Event
Exhibit Hall Reception (Sponsored by Ingram)
Grab a drink and mingle with exhibitors and fellow attendees.
7:00pm-8:00pm (1h) Event
Valentine's Day Mixer
Cupid's power urges us to share our love of books (and beverages) on February 14 in the Marriott Broadway Lounge. Join us for drinks and comraderie.
8:00pm-10:00pm (2h) Event
Roundtable Sessions
Roundtable sessions provide face to face exposure to those interested in the same projects and concepts. Roundtables can be organized for individual projects or broader topics (best practices, digital content, standards). Roundtables are entirely up to you. We post your topic online and onsite and provide the space and time. You provide the engaging topic.
  • Publishers Weekly
  • Ingram Content Group
  • COPIA
  • codeMantra
  • Impelsys Inc.
  • SPi Global
  • Baker & Taylor
  • Blackboard
  • Bowker
  • Hewlett Packard
  • Innodata
  • Jouve North America
  • MarkLogic
  • Newgen KnowledgeWorks
  • Océ North America
  • Temis
  • Aptara
  • Atex
  • LibreDigital
  • Media Services Group
  • MarkLogic
  • Smashwords, Inc.

For information on exhibition and sponsorship opportunities at the conference, contact Sharon Cordesse at scordesse@oreilly.com

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