During Davis' tenure, The Huffington Post's revenue was on track to increase from less than $1 million to more than $60 million.
(Transcript of interview): When the popular World War II novel From Here to Eternity was first released in 1951, the subject of homosexuality in the military was taboo. The new version of the book, which comes out Tuesday, restores passages that were censored in the '50s. And it's being released neither in hardcover nor in paperback, but as an e-book by Open Road Media — a company that is banking its future on digital publishing.
New York, NY, June 22, 2010—Open Road Integrated Media, a digital content company that publishes and markets ebooks by creating connections between authors and their audiences, announced today that it is publishing twenty-four of Jack Higgins’s titles as ebooks as part of its Author Branded Program. The ebooks are on sale today, and Open Road will be releasing print-on-demand paperback editions of the books in the coming weeks.
Former HarperCollins President and CEO Jane Friedman has launched Open Road Integrated Media (ORIM) in partnership with film producer Jeffrey Sharp. Financed by Kohlberg Ventures, Open Road is a content marketing company that "places the e-book in the center of a multiplatform universe which includes film, video and other forms of digital entertainment." Friedman will serve as CEO, and Sharp as president.