Paul Morris

Paul Morris
General Manager, Digital Media & Marketing, BOMB Magazine

Website | @pwmorris

Paul Morris oversaw BOMB’s relaunch in 2007 as a CMS database-driven website, and handles the ongoing digitization of its entire 28-year-old archive. He has negotiated digital licensing opportunities with JSTOR, Gale, ProQuest, and other database clearinghouses. He has experience with digital facsimile editions, online fulfillment and e-commerce solutions, Amazon’s Kindle, models for generating online revenue streams, and success with Facebook and Twitter for driving subscriptions.


Location: O'Neill (4th Floor) Level:
Andy Hunter (Electric Literature), Paul Morris (BOMB Magazine), Kelly Burdick (Melville House), Denise Oswald (Soft Skull Press), Alexandra Heifetz (N+1), James Yeh (Gigantic)
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