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What Is Random House Digital? VP Matt Shatz Explains

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An exclusive Authorlink VIDEO Interview with Matt Shatz
VP of Random House Digital
October 2008

BookFlix (Video Interview)
Length: About 11 minutes

 

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Matt Shatz is vice president of Random House Digital,
a special division of the giant publisher

In this exclusive Authorlink VIDEO interview, Matt Shatz explains the Random House Digital initiative, his vision for the group, and the challenges ahead for publishers in the fast-changing digital world.

Random House, Inc. is the world's largest English-language general trade book publisher. It is a division of Bertelsmann AG, one of the foremost media companies in the world.

Random House, Inc. assumed its current form with its acquisition by Bertelsmann in 1998, which brought together the imprints of the former Random House, Inc. with those of the former Bantam Doubleday Dell. Random House, Inc.'s publishing groups include, the Bantam Dell Publishing Group, the Crown Publishing Group, the Doubleday Broadway Publishing Group, the Knopf Publishing Group, the Random House Audio Publishing Group, Random House Children's Books, the Random House Diversified Publishing Group, the Random House Information Group, the Random House Publishing Group, and Random House Ventures.

Together, these groups and their imprints publish fiction and nonfiction, both original and reprints, by some of the foremost and most popular writers of our time. They appear in a full range of formats–including hardcover, trade paperback, mass market paperback, audio, electronic, and digital, for the widest possible readership from adults to young adults and children.

 

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