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Media Alert: Fairchild Fashion Media and GENWI Discuss Mobile Publishing in Folio Magazine Webinar on May 2ndSean Brown, Digital Creative Director at Fairchild Fashion Media and PJ Gurumohan, Co-Founder and CEO of GENWI to Present (April 30, 2012)
PALO ALTO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 04/30/12 -- GENWI, the leader in cloud-based mobile publishing, and Fairchild Fashion Media (owned by Conde Nast) have partnered with Folio Magazine on a webinar titled, "Mobile Publishing: Repurposing Your Content to Create Highly Engaging Apps." The discussion will include:
- The advantages and limitations of desktop and web content management systems for mobile
- Best practices for increasing subscribers and monetization
- How the tablet will change the game for all publishers
- An extensive Q & A session
Wednesday, May 2, 2012 - 11:00am - 12:00pm PT/2:00pm - 3:00pm ET
Where - Register Today:
Those interested in attending this live event can register here. This event will also be posted online for replay.
Digital Creative Director
Fairchild Fashion Media
As the Digital Creative Director at Fairchild Fashion Media, Sean is the creative who is behind Style.com and WWD.com across all digital channels. Sean is also the publisher and co-creator of The World's Best Ever, a highly curated arts and culture website founded in 2006 with over 25,000 daily users. Prior to joining Fairchild Fashion Media, Sean was the Interactive Creative Director at Conde Nast. While there, he helped develop the digital brand strategies for all Conde Nast titles. He also oversaw the creative direction for Style.com, Concierge, Epicurious, and others, and developed the first Conde Nast iPhone apps, including the Style.com "See Fashion First" app and their "Epicurious" app, with over 17 million downloads combined, and Conde Nast's first ABC certified digital edition of GQ on the iPhone. Sean has also held other Designer positions at Sony Music and C2 Creative. Sean graduated from Bowling Green State University with a BFA and earned his MFA at Bennington College.
Co-Founder and CEO
PJ manages GENWI'S overall strategy and operations, with an emphasis on growing the brand and business. He developed the first version of GENWI MobilePresence publishing platform. Prior to GENWI, he developed a Social RSS reader that was one of the top 10 RSS readers in the world. He was also a key member of the team that developed one of the first versions of Togetherville, a safe social networking site for children, and GluTV, a video delivery platform. He has held various engineering and market analyst positions at IBM, Arizona Tech, Enterprise, and US Airways. He holds a PhD and a Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Arizona State. He owns two patents related to wireless networking, has authored several journal articles, and presented at numerous technology and industry conferences.
GENWI (Generation Wireless) helps content publishers to create engaging apps with a cloud-based mobile content management system(mCMS). GENWI's mCMS is a revolutionary mobile publishing platform that gives publishers a quick and easy way to repurpose their content to create engaging mobile apps that combine the interactivity of the web with the elegance of print. Today, there are over 1,500 apps powered by GENWI including those from Conde Nast, Moguldom Media, IndiaTimes, Forbes, and PBS Kids.
Founded in 2010, GENWI is a privately held firm based in Los Altos, CA with offices in New York City and Bangalore, India. For more information, please visit http://genwi.com, or follow us on Twitter @genwi.
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