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Tuesday, September 24 • 10:05am - 10:55am
Finding Content in Unexpected Places: Sponsored by Exceptional Women in Publishing

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We know that content now exists independently of form; we create our content first, it is said, and then find the “buckets” to put it in. It stands to reason, therefore, the both magazine and book publishers would begin discovering their content from new and unexpected sources, and that those who think of themselves as tech companies, not publishers, are nonetheless providing a growing amount of substantive content for their audience. In this panel we will look at some of these new and important content providers, and perhaps even debate what it means to be a publisher!


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avatar for Rachel Fershleiser

Rachel Fershleiser

Tumblr
Rachel Fershleiser works on Tumblr's outreach team, specializing in publishing, nonprofit, and cultural organizations. Previously she was the Community Manager at Bookish and the Director of Public Programs at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, where she now serves on the board of directors. She is also the co-creator of Six-Word Memoirs and co-editor of the New York Times Bestseller Not Quite What I Was Planning and three other books.
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Francesca Levy

Senior Editor, LinkedIn
Francesca Levy is a senior editor at LinkedIn, where she helps oversee LinkedIn’s Influencer platform, which features original writing from thought leaders across industries. Since joining LinkedIn in December 2011, Levy has helped lead LinkedIn Today, the company’s customizable business news site, and launched a monthly series of high-profile featured Influencer content collections, including “The Influencer Summer... Read More →


Tuesday September 24, 2013 10:05am - 10:55am
O'Neil, 4th Floor