Wolters Kluwer

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Wins 17 Apex Awards for Excellence in Publishing
July 31, 2012

Philadelphia, PA (July 16, 2012) – Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, part of Wolters Kluwer Health, is pleased to announce that 11 LWW published journals have won 17 highly regarded awards in the 24th annual APEX Awards for Publication Excellence competition. Notable achievements were awarded to LWW-published journals, Emergency Medicine News taking home for the third consecutive year the Grand Award for Excellence, which recognizes outstanding work in the category of Magapapers & Newspapers; and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, which won in the multimedia category for its journal iPad app edition and website.

Combined STM Markets Grew 3.4% in 2011: Simba Information
January 9, 2012

Amid budgetary pressures and a slow economic recovery, the combined markets for science, technical and medical (STM) publishing grew 3.4% to $21.1 billion in 2011. According to a recent report from media and publishing forecast firm Simba Information, journals are the leading delivery medium, but online services posted the fastest growth.

Redefining Multichannel Content 
Publishing
January 1, 2012

The launch of the iPad in 2010 launched a new era of innovative publications accompanied by new revenue opportunities—and pushed the limits of production staff who were required to produce more products without any accommodation to publication schedules. Publishers from across the spectrum realized that they must explore new workflows, publishing tools and business models to deliver their content simultaneously to any media channel.

BookTech Conference to Feature Top Industry Executives
December 1, 2005

"The book publishing industry is undergoing a major transformation, and book publishing executives at every level are constantly facing new roles and responsibilities. Everyone is trying to figure out how to create new revenue opportunities and take advantage of evolving publishing technologies, from repurposing content in multiple media to implementing successful multi-channel marketing and reaching readers through nontraditional means," says Noelle Skodzinski, BookTech Magazine's editor in chief. "The 2006 BookTech Conference & Expo has been designed to give book publishing executives practical solutions they can apply today to their businesses in all of these new areas." Because of the significant changes the industry has gone