Navigating the Diverse Landscape of Markup Standards for Books and Journals

A Webinar for Publishers | May 21, 2015 11:00 am to 12:00 pm ET

Panelist: Evan Owens, VP Publishing Technologies, Cenveo Publisher Services

In any standards landscape, there is diversity and not likely to be a single or permanent solution. Because content often has to connect to bibliographic and business metadata, integration with other standards can be a requirement and a challenge. Additionally, markup language standards for content have multiple goals: text capture/rendition and metadata management.  Balancing these goals has historically been a design issue. This webinar featuring Evan Owens, VP of Publishing Technologies at Cenveo Publisher Services, explores how standards offer solutions to the problem and how book and journal publishers can benefit in terms of packaging, metadata, and cleanly articulated content components.

We’ll look at examples of CHORUS metadata issues to reinforce strategies your publishing organization should consider and answer any questions you have.

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Marianne Calilhanna

Marianne is director of marketing for Cenveo Publisher Services. She started her career in editorial and production, working on STM primary and review journals. During her 28+ year career she's worked as a book editor, SGML (remember that?!) editor, and managing editor in addition to marketing-related positions. Technology, production, and people---these are just a few of her favorite things.