Next Wednesday, July 28, Peter Meirs, Vice President of Production Technologies for Time Inc. will lead a discussion on e-readers and distribution of content at Association Media and Publishing’s New York Educational Program. The program description:
Across the board, demand for mobile content is expanding rapidly. A market jump-started by e-readers like the Kindle now includes an array of multi-function mobile devices, such as iPhones. In addition, low-cost netbooks are becoming increasingly popular as mobile reading platforms. Meirs will discuss how associations can use mobile delivery of their content to maintain and enhance member engagement.
I know Peter Meirs pretty well and can guarantee this will be a great program. Peter currently oversees digital magazines, emerging media technologies, the Time Inc. digital archive group (E-MaG), the Digital Development Group, the OMS Print group, Time Inc. paper and production information systems (TimeXchange) and production systems development.
He is also a founding member of the PRISM XML standard working group and has responsibility for Time Inc.’s efforts with electronic insertion orders and the AdsML advertising specification. Since joining Time Inc. in 1992, he has overseen its digital advertising and transmission systems, directed TIME Magazine Editorial Operations and managed Time Inc.’s conversion to a fully digital production workflow.
The New York Educational Program takes place from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Commercial Finance Association, located at 370 7th Avenue, Suite 1801, New York, NY 10001. The program is complimentary for members and 30 dollars for non-members. You can register for the program online. Lunch will be served.