Announcing the ePublishing Workflow Webinar

PORTLAND, ORE – 18 October 2010 – Beginning January, 2011 a new webi­nar series (http://​bit​.ly/​e​P​u​b​l​ishing) hits the air­waves, offer­ing two days of inten­sive how-to, why-to, and when-to online train­ing in elec­tron­ic pub­lish­ing workflows—the ePublishing Workflow Webinar. With all major pub­li­ca­tions going dig­i­tal, includ­ing New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Wired Magazine and a host of oth­ers, the mar­ket is set for eBooks to take over from tra­di­tion­al pub­lish­ing meth­ods. Colleges and uni­ver­si­ties are releas­ing dig­i­tal ver­sions of their course­ware, and Amazon now offers 630,000 ebook titles on their web site.


Within five years there will be more dig­i­tal con­tent sold than phys­i­cal con­tent. Three years ago, I said with­in ten years but I real­ized that was wrong – it’s with­in five.”
~ Steve Haber, pres­i­dent of Sony’s
dig­i­tal read­ing busi­ness divi­sion
as told to The Telegraph

Pariah Burke, Sally Cox and Steve Dolan present this webi­nar as a solu­tion for those tak­ing the leap into the ebook, e-magazine, and e-catalog domain. “’Print’ and ‘pub­lish­ing’ no longer mean just ink on paper,” says Burke, a 20-year pub­lish­ing and graph­ic work­flow expert. “Publishing pro­fes­sion­als need to embrace that con­cept in order to stay rel­e­vant, to stay employ­able.”

In two six-hour ses­sions, you will learn to cre­ate ebooks and rich media e-publications from a vari­ety of the most pop­u­lar soft­ware appli­ca­tions, includ­ing Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Word, Apple Pages and QuarkXPress. Edit and con­trol for­mat­ting using Cascading Style Sheets, export to any of the pop­u­lar ebook for­mats. Add graph­ics and hyper­links to keep the read­er engaged. Learn the dif­fer­ence between ePUB, PDF and Flash for­mats, and get tips on choos­ing the right one for your e-publication.

Once you have cre­at­ed your dig­i­tal pub­li­ca­tions, you will need to mar­ket them. Day Two of this webi­nar shows you how to obtain an ISBN or ASN num­ber, mar­ket your ebook or e-magazine, use the new Amazon plug-in for Adobe InDesign to direct­ly export ebooks to Kindle, and get your pub­li­ca­tions onto the iPad, Android devices, BlackBerry PlayBook and into the ebook libraries of Apple’s iBooks, Amazon​.com, and more.

This infor­ma­tive webi­nar is high­ly antic­i­pat­ed and will sell out quick­ly. Learn more and reg­is­ter for the online event here: http://​bit​.ly/​e​P​u​b​l​ishing

Dates and Tickets

The first sched­uled ePublishing Workflow Webinar is sched­uled for January 12 & 13, 2011. 2-day event tick­ets are $199 per per­son until January 1, 2011, and $249 per per­son there­after. Ticket sales are processed via Event Brite (http://​epub​work​flow​.eventbrite​.com).

The Webinar will be deliv­ered to atten­dees at their offices or homes via an Adobe Connect Pro online meet­ing room. Attendees have the choice of audio par­tic­i­pa­tion via com­put­er speak­ers and micro­phone or tele­phone con­fer­enc­ing.

Attendance is lim­it­ed to 100 to ensure that each attendee is giv­en prop­er atten­tion.

About the Presenters

Pariah S. Burke (http://​iampariah​.com) is the author or co-author of 5 books cov­er­ing the tools, tricks, and work­flows of print and dig­i­tal design and pub­lish­ing. With 20 years expe­ri­ence in all aspects of design, pub­lish­ing, and adver­tis­ing, he is a design and pub­lish­ing work­flow expert bring­ing cre­ative effi­cien­cy into stu­dios, agen­cies, and pub­li­ca­tions around the world as train­er, con­sul­tant, author, and pub­lish­er. Pariah lives in Portland, OR where he writes (a lot) and cre­ates (many) projects and pub­li­ca­tions to Empower, Inform, and Connect Creative Professionals™.

Sally Cox has 12 years expe­ri­ence in the printing/publishing indus­try and is a for­mer Art Director for Adobe Systems. She is an Adobe Certified Software Trainer, and cre­ates eLearning con­tent for kreat​able​.com (http://​kreat​able​.com), using Adobe Captivate, Connect Pro and Flash.

Steve Dolan is a New Media Designer and Adobe Certified Software Trainer in the Bay Area. He cre­ates eLearning con­tent for kreat​able​.com (http://​kreat​able​.com), via Adobe Flash, Connect Pro and Captivate.

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