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Kodak Posts Videos from the Future of Book Publishing Roundtable

January 31, 2011

Participating in the roundtable were Craig Bauer, senior vice president of production and manufacturing, Hachette Book Group, a U.S. trade publisher; Larry Bennett, vice president of digital print media, Baker & Taylor, a distributor of books, videos and music products; Jac Garner, president, Webcrafters Inc., a leader in four-color printing and book manufacturing; Jeffrey Matthews, vice president of corporate strategy, Business Development and Investor Relations, Scholastic Corp.; Paul Morgan, global fulfillment manager, Lulu.com, a print-on-demand network for books; Melinda Roberts, author of Mommy Confidential and the Mommyblog.net; Jim Robinson, vice president of operations and administration, Harlequin Enterprises Ltd.; and Liz Scheier, editorial director, Digital Content, Barnes&Noble.com.

To view video highlights from the roundtable, go to www.kodak.com/go/changepublishing or watch a video of the discussion in its entirety.
 
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