Digital developments have brought fewer disruptions to the children’s book market than to the adult segment, but new initiatives bring the promise of rapid shifts to the children’s category in 2011. The addition of color to digital reading devices, including the iPad and NOOKcolor, and the growing market for apps are two major developments that are raising new questions and offering new opportunities in the children’s publishing space.
In this free WEBcast, Children’s Publishing in the Digital Age, we will hear from three innovative leaders in children’s publishing discussing how they see the market evolving in the next year, and beyond.
* Susan Katz, President and Publisher, HarperCollins Children’s Book Group
* Rick Richter, Founder, Ruckus Media
* Kate Wilson, Founder, Nosy Crow
Moderated by: Jim Milliot, Co-Editorial Director, Publishers Weekly
Children’s Publishing in the Digital Age was webcast live on Tuesday, December 7th @ 1pm EST / 10am PST.
For more information: http://bit.ly/bMidgx
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