Can some one here speak digi-jargon? Translation please?
"Open Road Integrated Media is a digital content company that publishes and markets ebooks by creating connections between authors and their audiences across multiple platforms...The company's e-books offer a 360-degree world of existing and originally produced premium content that is marketed through a new online proprietary platform."
Not a romance publisher as far as I can tell, but very smoothly presented and apparently well-funded. Is this the new face of yupp-e-publishing? Kensington seems to be all over this, but the books are not in their traditional romance/GLBT/AA areas--in fact they look very, very WASP.
So non-romance publisher are starting romance epublishers, romance publishers are starting non-romance epublishers, and the Sci Fi channel shows wrestling most of the time.
I am so confused.
* Open Road Integrated Media website
* OpenRoad Integrated Media, Led by Jane Friedman and Jeffrey Sharp, Backed by Kohlberg, Raises $4M
* New E-Book Company to Focus on Older Titles