As we have noted before, our sixth annual Digital Book World Conference already features our best programming line-up ever, with an amazing group of timely keynotes that includes: Russ Grandinetti at Amazon in conversation with Mike Shatzkin and Michael Cader; Harper ceo Brian Murray; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt ceo Linda Zecher; serial entrepreneur and bestselling author Seth Godin, bestselling authors Ken Auletta and Walter Isaacson; data analysis expert Hilary Mason; content marketing expert Joe Pulizzi; NYT news analytics director James Robinson; Atria publisher Judith Curr (on the author’s decision between self-publishing and traditional publishing); and still more.
And the roster of 30 focused panels includes a wide range of new faces and voices, including Lonely Planet ceo Daniel Houghton; Regan Arts executive editor Lucas Wittmann; Fast Company’s head of video and TV Scott Mobus; Forbes Media ceo Mike Perlis; Entangled publisher Liz Pelletier; and Georgia McBride Media Group founder Georgia McBride — plus a host of top executives from across book publishing and the digital world.
Now that it’s November our January 13 through January 15 event is not so far off — which means that another level of discounted pricing expires next Tuesday. So register now while you can still enjoy some savings off the full ticket prices. As always since the very first DBW, Publishers Lunch readers get the best-available discount on individual conference and Total Access tickets by using this registration link (or contact the DBW team directly for group discounts).