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November 4, 2009

The Evolution of Digital Publishing: O'Reilly Tools of Change for Publishing Conference Announces Program and Opens Registration

Sebastopol, CA, November 4, 2009 - The digital transformation in reading, writing, and publishing is happening faster than many imagined, fueled by the explosive growth of the mobile web. The O'Reilly Tools of Change for Publishing Conference explores the new digital realities of publishing February 22-24, 2010, at the Marriot Marquis in New York City. With an emphasis on what the changing nature of creating, selling, distributing, finding, and reading books means for publishers and readers alike, conference chair Andrew Savikas has announced the program, and early registration has opened.

Now in its fourth year, the O'Reilly TOC Conference remains the best place to find insight into the innovators creating the future of publishing—innovators who often come from well outside the boundaries of traditional publishing circles. From authoring, editing, and layout to distribution and consumption, technology is shaping every aspect of our industry. TOC explores these changes through plenary and keynote presentations, focused breakout sessions, workshops, and networking events.

The program continues to grow, but already includes:

Keynotes:

Sessions:

Workshops:

Companies sponsoring and exhibiting at TOC 2010 presently include Ingram, iPublish Central, Innodata Isogen, Adobe, Aptara, Connotate, Malloy, Jacquette Consulting, Silverchair, Vitrium Systems, Smashwords, Digital Divide Data, Easy Press, Scientific Publishing, Typefi, and The Media Services Group.

Early registration savings end January, 2010.
en.oreilly.com/toc2010/public/register

For more information on TOC, please see:
toccon.com

If you'd like to stay up to date on information relating to TOC, sign up for the conference newsletter (login required) at:
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TOC 2009 generated a trending topic on Twitter for #toccon followers. TOC also has communities on Facebook (facebook.com/toccon), LinkedIn (linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=104765), and Blip.tv (toccon.blip.tv/).

For articles, blogs, photos, videos, and speaker presentation files from last year's event, go to the TOC 09 news and coverage page at:
toccon.com/toc2009/public/content/news-coverage

For more information on TOC, read the TOC blog at:
toc.oreilly.com

To read Tim O'Reilly's take on the future, go to the O'Reilly Radar at:
radar.oreilly.com

For information about sponsorship and exhibit opportunities at TOC, contact Sharon Cordesse at 707.827.7065 or scordesse@oreilly.com.

If you would like to discuss forming a media or promotional partnership with O'Reilly for an upcoming event, contact mediapartners@oreilly.com.

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