Double Down on Digital continues! If you missed us at SIIA or would like to learn more, don't miss part 1 of our 4 part webinar series focusing on how publishers can find prosperity in these perilous economic times.
Online PR News – 31-January-2009 – – Dear Friends,
We'd like to invite you to attend the first in our new four-part webinar series entitled Double Down on Digital. This first episode is both a recap and a continuation of a live executive session Nstein hosted as an SIIA pre-conference event. Diane Burley and Christopher Hill continue their in-depth exploration of how publishers can find prosperity in perilous economic times. The answer is simple; an agile digital infrastructure will both create new revenue streams for publishers, as well as allow them to capitalize on the opportunities 2009 is sure to present. This event is not-to-be missed, details below.
Date and Time:
Wednesday, February 4th, 2009. 11:00am Eastern Standard Time (GMT -05:00)
Diane Burley, Industry Specialist, Nstein Technologies Inc. Christopher Hill, Senior Architect, Nstein Technologies. (http://www.nstein.com)
Duration: 1 hour
Diane Burley, Industry Specialist, Nstein Technologies
is a digital media publishing specialist who knows how to transition print-centric business structures and brands into multi-channel successes. Burley's hybrid skill-set combines a background in journalism and technology, giving her unique insight into workflow from both the infrastructure and cultural perspectives. This provides her with an understanding of how to leverage great content using today's latest technologies.
Christopher Hill, Senior Architect, Nstein Technologies
Graduated from the University of Wyoming with a degree in mathematics and minors in computer science and psychology, Christopher Hill has held a variety of positions over the last ten years focusing on the management and delivery of content electronically. He is experienced in a wide range of content management solutions and has a background in programming, having written and taught courses on XML and other technologies. Over the last ten years he has spoken at a variety of conferences on content management, electronic publishing, XML, search technologies, taxonomies,and optimizing content supply chains. He was technical lead on a different Web sites for a Seattle-based marketing agency, has lead the deployment of technical publishing systems, and now assists publishers in maximizing the value and exposure of the content they produce using the latest content management technologies integrated with automated text mining tools.