What can books learn from TV? And the place where publishers meet Silicon Roundabout

Storythings and IC Tomorrow talk innovation in publishing

In this edition, what does Silicon Roundabout have to offer with publishers? And what can publishers learn from TV?

Just a few years ago it seemed the internet was ready to disrupt TV out of existence, but the medium is now living through a new Golden Age. At least some of that success is due to people like Matt Locke, who embraced a multi platform future for television. Matt, who now runs a company called Storythings gives us some intriguing insights into the way we expect to consume content in a digital world.

Paul Brindley of IC Tomorrow is a key person helping start-ups find a place in their chosen industries. He talks to us about a new tech challenge courtesy of Penguin Random House and the 12 exciting start-ups he's bringing to The London Book Fair.

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