Book Industry Study Group
The Book Industry Study Group (BISG) is a national, not-for-profit U.S. book trade association with the mission of creating a more informed, empowered and efficient book industry supply chain for both physical and digital products. We are committed to the development of effective industry-wide standards, best practices, research and events that enhance relationships between all trading partners.
BookNet Canada develops solutions that make it easier for the publishing industry to create and sell books, reach new audiences and ride the ever-cresting wave of new technology. BNC's annual Technology Forum, held in March, brings book innovators from across the world together for education, networking and collaboration.
Booksquare is a highly regarded litblog that boldly explores the future of the publishing industry with insightful analysis and commentary. Booksquare has become a regular destination for industry insiders looking for a fresh perspective on the impact technology and new media are having on the publishing business.
The DAISY Consortium
The DAISY Consortium embraces the principles of global collaboration and transparency which define open standards development. Collaboration results in open international standards, and accessible digital content and reading systems which meet the needs of readers with a print disability, while providing a rich user experience for all.
Evangelical Christian Publishers Association
The mission of ECPA (Evangelical Christian Publishers Association) is to equip and resource our members through programs and services that build industry awareness and enhance access to markets, education, expertise, information and peers—so that they can more effectively make the Christian message widely known.
GarysGuide.org is the #1 Business Events Calendar in the world covering Technology, Media, Finance, Healthcare, Legal, Entrepreneurship, Biotech, Cleantech & other events and listing a comprehensive collection of conferences, un-conferences, forums, workshops, seminars, meetups, tweetups, mixers, parties and more. It is available in over 40 metrpolitan cities in the US and over 35 cities internationally. The audience is a highly targeted mix of influencers and connectors including C-level executives, Managers, Entrepreneurs, Venture Capitalists, Investors, Marketing/PR folks, Technologists, Analysts, Bloggers and others.
Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA
Founded in 1983, the Independent Book Publishers Association http://www.ibpa-online.org is the largest not-for-profit trade organization for publishers in the United States, serving more than 2700 book publishers of all sizes. IBPA's mission is to help independent publishers market their titles, to provide education on all aspects of publishing, and to act as an advocate for publishers' rights.
Kirkus Media LLC
Founded in 1933, Kirkus reviews more than 500 pre-publication books each month, including fiction, nonfiction, children's and young-adult books. Kirkus reviews are a trusted and authoritative decision-making tool, crafted by specialists selected for their knowledge and expertise in a particular field. In 2011, Kirkus will move from a print only publication to a digital and interactive real-time resource.
Library Journal is the most comprehensive publication for librarians, with groundbreaking features and analytical news reports. LJ's hefty review sections evaluate nearly 8,000 books annually, along with audiobooks, videos, databases, web sites, and systems. Visitors come to LibraryJournal.com for up to the minute news, exclusive web-only content, and more.
Tracking the evolution of analog media in the digital age. Medialoper features regular commentary on a range of digital media issues, with a special emphasis on DRM, digital content, and the consumer experience.
Publishers Weekly is the most powerful publication serving all segments involved in the creation, production, marketing, and sale of the written word in book, audio and electronic formats for over 136 years. Its companion Website www.PublishersWeekly.com features up-to-the-minute news, exclusive web-only content, high traffic blogs and its reviews database dating back to 1986. PW boasts 5 e-newsletters, PW Daily, Children's Bookshelf, Cooking the Books, Comics Week, and Religion Bookline.
Publishing Perspectives is an international publishing news site devoted to sharing breaking stories, innovation, and best practices from leaders in publishing around the world. Through a daily email edition and select print editions, Publishing Perspectives shares unique viewpoints from these publishing professionals directly. Join the conversation today!
The premier North American trade association serving a wide range of publishers from small independent presses to companies with worldwide operations. Our goal is to help publishers grow through our vast selection of educational programs and networking.
Scope eKnowledge Center
Scope eKnowledge Center, a Quatrro Group company, is an award-winning provider of outsourced, cost-effective content enhancement and knowledge services to the global information industry. Scope provides world-class content development and database enhancement services to leading STM information providers, including Elsevier, Thomson Scientific, Nature, Wiley-Blackwell and T&F Informa, among many others.
Smart Bitches Trashy Books
Smart Bitches Trashy Books.com is a blog that specializes in reviewing romance novels and celebrating the intelligent, savvy women who read them. It is a truth universally ignored that smart women read romance, read digitally, and read voraciously. We are the readers you are looking for.
Visibility Magazine, founded in 2007, has become the guide to latest trends in internet marketing. Visibility conducts interviews with CEOs, shares opinions, reviews products, and provides a wealth of information about the movements in the industry. Visibility embodies high-quality content, good sense, superior taste, and the character of conscientious journalism.
Webgrrls International, is an online and offline networking organization of professional business women focused on propelling their careers and businesses forward. We focus on networking and connecting with others, leveraging and learning about technology, learning new skills and finding jobs, finding mentors and interns, and gaining access to support and information. For more information go to http://www.webgrrls.com
Women's Media Group
The Women's Media Group, founded in 1973, is a New York-based, nonprofit association of more than 250 women leaders in book publishing, print journalism, electronic and online publishing, television and film. WMG provides a forum for networking, career development, mentoring and advocacy through monthly meetings, seminars and cultural events.
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