January 26, 2014 — WordPress’ position in the newsroom has never been stronger, and there’s never been a better time to be a WordPress developer working with news media. This presentation share strategies for conquering some of the toughest challenges facing The Post and other big news sites on WordPress.
January 22, 2014 — The transition to being an online first business is still evading many publishers and making it a challenge to turn traffic into money. So how does a previously print centric publishing industry switch their skills and knowledge towards the digital economy? What are the opportunities that await, and how can WordPress be a part of that?
November 19, 2013 — Learn how community newspapers in California have replaced their proprietary publishing systems with WordPress. This presentation looks at themes and plugins developed by these newspapers, illustrating many outside the box uses of WordPress.
August 23, 2013 — Making ebooks isn’t as simple as spinning up a new WordPress site, but it can be done by just about anyone.
This presentation is all about understanding recent shifts in publishing with an emphasis on how to publish a professional-quality ebook.
June 16, 2013 — WordPress sells books! This presentation talks about using WordPress to sell and promote your book.
March 13, 2013 — WordPress as a scalable solution for a magazine publishing business – A case study.
November 1, 2011
May 1, 2010 — Scott Berkun opens the general track of WordCamp San Francisco with a discussion on the evolution of WordPress, its effects on publishing on the Web, and his thoughts on how it will affect the future of writing and publishing.
Video provided by Blaze Streaming Media.
November 14, 2009 — In 2005, ComicPress was introduced as a simple theme to publish webcomics. Four years and over 1500 comics later, it has grown into a versatile package with plugins and widgets that give artists even more power to share their comics with the world. Learn about the current state of ComicPress and where it’s headed in the future from John Bintz.
Video courtesy ISOC-NY.