Welcome to the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York - Publishing in the Age of E-Books

Publishing in the Age of E-Books
What don't e-books change?

We're sorry but this event is SOLD OUT

[CBSAC/NY event]

***For additional details on the event, read Inquiring Minds Want to Know... About Publishing in the Age of eBooks.*** 

 They've blurred the lines between books and video, movies, and games... all in ways we never thought possible. And their impact is being felt in all parts of the publishing industry- altering not only production, but marketing, distribution, and consumer behavior as well.

  • What new revenue streams exist? How has content changed?
  • How are new and established authors leveraging E-Books?
  • And how best should industry pros manage rights and avoid legal traps?

 The Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York has assembled a panel of experts to discuss all of these topics - and more.

Mark Merriman:  Publishing and Theatre Partner at Frankfurt Kurnit Klein and Selz    


  • Rick Joyce (CBS, '89), Chief Marketing Officer, Perseus Book Group; Co-Creator,  Constellation (the one stop digital solution for independent publishers)
  • Corinne Helman, (CBS '96), VP of Digital Publishing and Business Development at HarperCollins Publishers      
  • Ardy Khazaei, E-Publishing Executive and Previous President of WEBook
  • Jim Hilt, Vice President, E-Books for Barnes & Noble.

Where:  FKKS, 488 Madison Avenue

When: Thursday, March 15 

What time: cocktails and networking from 6-7, panel from 7-8

How much: $25 for advance tickets for CBSAC/NY members; $25 for MCC members; $25 for NYBSC members; $40 for advance tickets for non-members; $60 at the door for members and non-members alike

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Our thanks to Kate Hartnick Elliott for organizing this event and to Frankfurt Kurnit Klein and Selz  for hosting the event.

Event Information
Thursday, Mar 15 2012 at 6:00pm -
Tuesday, Oct 16 2012 at 10:00am [ iCal ]
Frankfurt Kurnit Klein and Selz
488 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10022

Look Who's Coming:
Guest of Walt Niedner
Jessica Bailey
Kim Bangash
Loretta Barrett
Loretta Barrett Books
Arlene Bassett
Adonica Brereton
Lucja Cannon
Meg Connolly
Tim Cox
Redeemer City to City
Burton Cromer
Peter Cuozzo
Loftex USA
Anne D'Innocenzio
Gretchen Dale
Loftex USA
Lois De La Haba
Lois De La Haba Agency
Vanessa DeJesus
Robert Deschak
Amy Divito
Kate Hartnick Elliott
Stephen Feldman
Danielle Fox
Research Fox LLC
Lauren Frasca
Christina Gilbert
Alicia Glekas Everett
WME Entertainment
Andi Gray
Strategy Leaders, Inc.
Betty Greenfield
Jeremy Greenfield
Digital Book World
Rachel Greenfield
Corinne Helman (CBS'96)
HarperCollins Publishers
Jim Hilt
Barnes & Noble
Wandy Hoh
MeeGenius, Inc.
Sam Hollander
Ken Horowitz
Alexander Jacobs
Elyse Cheney Literary Associates, LLC
Bradley Jobling
Brian Johnson
Rick Joyce (CBS, '89)
Perseus Book Group
Tiffany Kanaga
yinghong ke
Ardy Khazaei
Lewis Koflowitz
Clara Lee
Redeemer City to City
Pam Liflander
Ghost Writer
Rob Liflander
Kari Loya
David Marlin
Teri Mendelsohn
Mendelsohn Consulting, Inc.
Mark Merriman
Frankfurt Kurnit Klein and Selz
Durban Mitchiner
Ilene Moskowitz
Sherrie Nachman
Ted Nardin
Springer Publishing
Walt Niedner
Robert Nolden
Toys R Us
Shelley Nolden
Solar Capital
Kim Perrone
Carrie Pryor
Greenwich Harbor Partners
Ted Pryor
Greenwich Harbor Partners
Kathryn Ralph
Rahul Rao
Edward G. Reitler
Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt LLC
Percy Roervig
Ora Shtull
Joshua Spodek
Liliana Stoenescu
Scott Storkamp
David Strasser
Janney Montgomery Scott LLC
Wendy Stryker
Stefanie Syman
The Atavist
Paul Thompson
Rumena Turkedjiev
Laura van Wormer
Loretta Barrett Books
Helen Wan
Time Inc.
Brendan Yam
hana yang
Cali Yost
Jeffrey Yozwiak
Daniel Zelinski
Barns & Noble
Jennifer Zelinski
Sevara Partners
... a total of 81 guests.

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