What is the future of publishing? Mark Coker joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the shift from traditional to digital publishing, and how this is affecting industry players - authors, publishers and consumers - and determining winners and losers.
You can see the future of book publishing today. Mark Coker joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how his company, SmashWords, is one of the paradigm shifters for the publishing industry, including helping authors.
How are e-books growing around the world? Mark Coker joins Jim Blasingame to talk about what he learned about how the world is taking to e-books during his recent multi-continent speaking tour.
What do you do when your entrepreneurial story must be told? Jay Myers joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the recent Ethan award his book received, which was written to reveal how to survive in the face of extreme adversity.
Could our commitment to cloud computing create future problems? Ed Yourdon joins Jim Blasingame to discuss potential issues arising out of our expanded use of cloud computing, including the loss of physical assets and potential for government control.
When will the news stop being distributed on newsprint? Joel Welker joins Jim Blasingame to discuss whether electronic news publishing will make newsprint obsolete, plus the compelling nature of high touch.
How will professional journalism survive in the digital age?Joel Welker joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the future of professional journalism and why consumers of information should differentiate between journalism and amateur opinion.
What is the future of print journalism? Joel Welker joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the differences between business journals and daily newspapers, plus how both have to adopt technology to adapt to the digital age.
How do you marketing your book when you self-publish? Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to talk about marketing your self-published book, including new channels, like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and even car signs if you're old school and if your kids will let you.
Why is the journey of writing and publishing a book like starting a small business? Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the journey he took with his novel, Warrior Monk, including writing, looking for book agents, a publisher and finally, choosing to self publish.
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