It's no secret that these are challenging times for traditional media companies, and the business-to-business publishing industry is changing significantly as a result. Print publishing companies are transitioning into digital information companies at a rapid pace. As the leading association of business information providers, American Business Media is working hard to ensure that their members have the necessary tools and information to make this transition smoothly and successfully.
This webcast, the second in a series, is presented in a partnership with TV Worldwide and American Business Media. The series features experts presenting solutions for publishers looking to expand or develop their digital media business offerings. Topics include online video production, distribution and the business models of streaming media, social media tools and techniques, content management solutions, investment options and more.
Guest Speakers include:
Lexbridge DC Investment Bank
The 50,000 view of the sector from the investment banking perspective as it relates to market trends
Founder, Doceo Publishing
Streaming Production: Improving Your Video Quality
Senior VP, Strategic Development
Newtek Tricaster Digital Production Solutions
VP Business Development
Virtual Event and Social Media Solutions
Edwin Miller CEO
Josh Freeman VP Marketing
Video Search and Indexing Solution
Previous Webcasts in this Series:
Digital Media Solutions for Publishers
A special live webcast for American Business Media Members
Founded in 1906, American Business Media delivers business intelligence to industry, Madison Avenue, Wall Street and the Beltway. Its 350-plus member companies reach an audience of more than 100 million professionals and represent nearly 6,000 print and online titles and 1,000 trade shows and well over $33 billion in annual revenues.
Want to present to this valuable audience?
ABM and TV Worldwide are offering opportunities for companies to have their executives interviewed, give presentations and generate leads as sponsor companies of this and future webcasts featured on TV Mainstream and the ABM Video Network.
Click here for more information on how you can present your solutions in webcasts like this or contact Kevin Shively at (203) 502-8166 for more information.