Thursday 16th May, 2013
3:30pm to 4:30pm
Problem: Content Publishers need new approaches for digital production and ubiquitous computing.
Solution: CMS platforms are pivotal hubs offering innovative strategies and toolchains for content publishing.
Content management systems aren’t just for websites. Digital content is anything that can be published and goes everywhere from online streaming media to offline ebooks. More than ever, digital publishers need innovative approaches, and CMS platforms are delivering solutions.
CMS platforms are pivotal hubs for producing content, audience engagement, and consumer fulfillment across a multichannel world. Website developers take this for granted, while many content publishers are just learning the benefits.
Digital-first workflows and COPE (Create Once, Publish Everywhere) strategies are paving the way to a new paradigm for content publishing. This session reviews open source CMS solutions and considers the impact of HTML5, EPUB3, and open web standards.
Digital content is anything published and goes everywhere.
CMS platforms are pivotal hubs for production, interaction, and tools.
Digital-first and COPE strategies are paving a new paradigm.
CMS platforms are delivering innovative solutions.
HMTL5, EPUB3, and web standards play a key role.
David Hedrick Skarjune, EDP is a consultant at Word & Image providing Content Strategy, Systems, and Marketing for authors, publishers, and organizations. bio from Twitter
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