Optimizing Content for Digital Audiences

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SRmedia Digital Publishing advises senior executives and entrepreneurs in these product development disciplines:

  • Digital Content Strategy
  • Product Requirements and Roadmaps
  • Content and Application Development
  • Production Tools and Workflow
  • Content Curation
  • Content Management
  • Video on Demand
  • Multi-Platform Publishing
  • Content Syndication
  • Reporting and Analytics
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    SRmedia Digital Publishing develops and delivers deeply engaging content for digital audiences on laptops, tablets, smartphones and connected TVs.

    Led by executive producer Stuart Rohrer, who has launched digital channels and services at Cablevision, The New York Times Company, The Washington Post, News Corporation and a host of smaller media companies and startups, SRmedia helps content owners and publishers to conceive, produce and deliver custom digital products and services. Previous assignments.

    As consulting producer, SRmedia brings hands-on newsroom experience and web tech savvy to optimize digital products, production platforms and delivery networks. Professional services.

    SRmedia also creates specialty publications — affinity portals, quizzes, calendars and contests — and incubates original properties for niche communities in health care, arts & entertainment and online education.

    Engage with SRmedia Digital to add seasoned expertise to your next product design and to transform it rapidly from whiteboard sketch to public launch.

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