Ed Table Talk Airs, Big Publishers: Can the Spanish Armada transform into the British Fleet?
Education Table Talk (ETT) has announced that they will be hosting a new show centered on how publishers, small and large, can emerge successfully in a digital first world. Big Publishers, will air Tuesday, June 17th at 11:00am PT/2:00pm ET. The show will be available by web broadcast at blogtalkradio.com and iTunes.
Ed Table Talk, sponsored in part by MCH Strategic Data, is a fast-paced, interactive monthly radio show discussing some of the most controversial topics in the education industry.
The move from print to digital can look different for big publishers who have long processes, coordination, and business accountability issues, which are far less of a hindrance to smaller organizations. The result is that larger organizations can’t change quickly. The adaptation to market demands around print and digital assets create obstacles for all content creators. Host, Michael Jay, and guests will review the tools and technical standards that may ease this transition.
The Guests at ‘The Table’ this month:
- Jaume Barceló, Director of Vicens Vives
- Dick Casabonne, President of Casabonne Associates
- Dan Caton, President of Wittel/Morris Strategic Consulting
The guests are leaders in the Education sector who are interested in sharing their knowledge, multiple perspectives, and expertise with the Education community.
“Whether you’re a pro or a newcomer to the industry, everyone benefits from the deep-dive forum discussion around hot topics in education,” says founder of eScholar Shawn Bay. “ETT provides a helpful platform to connect and exchange ideas.”
Ed Table Talk strives to provide a forum where issues critical to education are discussed around the table in a spirited debate, attempting to present the content in a format that is a contrast to some of the heavier and more standard web presentation formats.
“ETT provides a light, fun, engaging conversational format to review high-interest topics in education,” comments Knovation’s Chief Academic Officer Steve Nordmark.
About Educational Systemics, Inc.:
Founded in 2001, Educational Systemics (www.edusystemics.com) is committed through their work with institutions and corporations to create lasting change in how we learn and educate. Their diverse expertise includes educational and corporate leadership, market analysis, development, instructional design, and tested knowledge of all facets of K-12 education. This, coupled with educational vision, generates success for their clients while advancing their vision for educational improvement.
About MCH Strategic Data:
MCH Strategic Data (www.mchdata.com) is a U.S. based compiler of comprehensive K-12 and early childhood marketing databases. MCH provides email, direct mail, telemarketing, on-line, social media, and geospatial marketing solutions focused on more than five million K-12 educators. The company’s online portal, Infinite Access, gives users 24×7 access to the MCH K-12 database. The company’s business-to-institution focus includes government agencies, hospitals, medical practices, schools, school districts, and churches. MCH is headquartered in Sweet Springs, Missouri, with additional offices in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, and Massachusetts.