Moderator, Staci D. Kramer, Editor and Senior Writer, paidContent/GigaOM Jon Miller, Chief Digital Officer, Chairman and CEO, Digital Media Group, News Corp.: Investing quietly in early stage companies in China for about a year. Took a 20% position in a public film company in China recently. Seeing some light at the end of the tunnel [...]
"[Pottermore] is a hugely exciting project, says former HarperCollins exec and incoming Pottermore CEO Charlie Redmayne, "which will take one of the greatest brands in literature into a digital future."
Beginning today, readers and fans on Facebook can enjoy expressing their literary preferences on Book Battle (http://apps.facebook.com/teenbookbattle/)
Simon & Schuster Introduces “Author Widget," a New Digital Tool That Enables Authors and Fans to Promote an Author's Entire Catalog.
HarperCollins Publishers announced this week the launch of inkpop (www.Inkpop.com), an interactive writing platform for teens, which the company says is the first of such sites to be backed by a major publisher. Created by HarperTeen to attract young readers and writers, inkpop combines community publishing, user-generated content, and social networking to connect rising stars in teen literature with talent-spotting readers and publishing professionals.