Once again, MagsBC is hosting one of its periodic networking events called ReMix -- a magazine-focused gathering of publishing and media professionals sharing their expertise about multi-platform publishing. It's June 14 from 6 to 8 p.m. at W2, 111 Hasting Street, Vancouver. Entry is $15 for MagsBC members; $25 for non-members.
High quality print magazines are still a key part of the publishing business, but it is not the only one. The Internet has made every publisher a possible television producer, radio broadcaster, blogger and website developer. Users now also demand that publishers provide them with the content they want, in the format they want, at anytime of day.Panellists include: Sean Cranbury, a publishing and communications expert; Nick Jones, a digital strategy consultant; Nikolay Malyarov, vice-president of NewspaperDirect; Kate Reid, head writer at The Thinking Ape; and Christine Pilkington, CEO of Crisp Media.
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