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Palo Alto Panel Explores the Frontier of the ePublishing Transformation

PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwired - February 18, 2014) - JukePop, the "American Idol" discovery site for publishers, announced today that JukePop CEO Jerry Fan will participate in a panel entitled "Sea Change: The ePublishing Transformation" with other e-publishing start-up CEOs at the Downtown Palo Alto Library on February 19th at 7:00pm. The panel will explore how ePublishing fits into the traditional publishing world. Some of the questions the panelist will address include what new potential can be imagined in a digital environment. The panel will provide a range of perspectives on today's ePublishing environment, introducing us to the new landscape for authors and readers. Panelists include some of the most innovative names in ePublishing including:

Holly Brady, Self-publishing Advisor/Former Director of Stanford Publishing Courses

Mark Coker, Founder, CEO and Chief Author Advocate, Smashwords

Jerry Fan, Founder of JukePop Serials

Rama Sadasivan, Director of Content Acquisition, Scribd

Paula MacKinnon, Information Systems Project Manager, Contra Costa County Library

Keith Raffel, Author

Elliot Warren, Collection Development/Technical Services Manager, Contra Costa County Library

Co-sponsored by Friends of the Palo Alto Library

For more information contact:
Downtown Palo Alto Library
270 Forest Ave
Information: 650 - 329 - 2436

or

Jerry Fan
JukePop Serials
[email protected]

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