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Authors as marketers

11/26/2012
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Authors are always looking for an edge. In a world where thousands of new traditionally- and self-published books are released every month it’s hard to rise above all the noise. We’re launching Author (R)evolution Day at TOC NY in February …

Duration:00:20:54

The complex world of copyright, licensing, and piracy

10/23/2012
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Our TOC theme this month is “legal” and I thought it would be interesting to have a conversation with Bill Rosenblatt covering a variety of topics in the legal realm. Bill is a recognized authority on intellectual property in the …

Duration:00:40:53

Navigating the Android market

8/30/2012
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It’s “platforms” month here at TOC and we covered the current state as well as future predictions for iOS in an earlier article. Now it’s time to shift the focus to Android. It didn’t take too long for me to …

Duration:00:17:15

Current State of the iOS Platform

8/21/2012
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We’re focusing on platforms this month and Apple’s iOS is still the one to beat. Android has momentum but recent reports indicate it’s still not a serious threat to iOS, at least not on the tablet front. The much-rumored iPad …

Duration:00:13:02

The value of free

7/25/2012
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This post is part of the TOC podcast series. You can also subscribe to the free TOC podcast through iTunes. We’ve been talking about pricing in July, and how could the conversation be complete without coverage of the free content …

Duration:00:13:37

Pricing lessons learned from a publishing startup

7/12/2012
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In this TOC podcast, Demibooks CEO and co-founder Rafiq Ahmed talks about challenges in the ebook tools space and how his startup is handling pricing.

Duration:00:14:55

Depth and immersion give static print images new digital life

6/21/2012
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In this TOC podcast, medical illustrator Laura Maaske talks about creating digital imagery, the move from print to digital, and how publishers need to adjust their thinking.