No matter which CMS you use (or none at all yet), there's much to learn about the inner workings of Content Management for the publishing industry, and how that relates to your own specialty as well, during this highly informative session!
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) April 24, 2013
CMS Expo is pleased to welcome Paul Caluori, the Global Director of Digital Services at Associated Press, and John Cary, Director of Digital Products from The Nation Magazine to the 2013 CMS Expo Learning and Business Conference.
Today’s online media and publishing companies need more than good content. They need a Content Management System that is user friendly, with an intuitive user interface, allowing content administrators to easily create, aggregate, curate and distribute content to a growing number of media channels. Online media and publishing companies, along with hundreds of other industries attend CMS Expo Learning and Business Conference every year to find the right Content Management System (CMS) for their business.
Many publishing companies are using Drupal CMS to automate and streamline editor workflow and distribution. These companies love Drupal because of its capability to integrate with third party systems.
As a globally influential online news and analysis magazine, The Nation requires a flexible content management platform. As a key source of current news reporting, the Associated Press (AP) generates an enormous amount of constantly updated news content, which is used by newspapers and websites around the world. They needed a CMS to provide a high performance architecture, feed processing engine, and branded micro-sites for local affiliates.
“No matter which CMS you use (or none at all yet), there's much to learn about the inner workings of Content Management for the publishing industry, and how that relates to your own specialty as well, during this highly informative session!” says John Coonen in his blog post about role of CMS in publishing.
Join John Cary, Director of Digital Products at The Nation, Paul Caluori, Global Director, Digital Services at Associated Press, Josh Caldwell, Senior Developer at Phase2 and Felicia Haynes, Phase2 Project manager extraordinaire, in a panel discussion about how Drupal’s flexibility has helped The Nation and Associated Press distribute their content, whether by automated email functionality or by seamless third party integrations to feed processing engines. Or attend one of the 50+ sessions at CMS Expo to find the right CMS for your business.
To register: http://www.CMSExpo.net