Kat Meyer is Community Manager for TOC.
Areas of Expertise:
- digital publishing
- social media marketing
- online community building
Kat Meyer is a book publishing industry veteran whose background includes 20 years of editorial and marketing experience working for regional and national trade and academic publishers, including: HMH, Communication Skill Builders, the University of Arizona Press, Rio Nuevo Publishers, and many others.
Prior to joining O'Reilly, Kat acted as Chief Content Wrangler for her company, Next Chapter Communications, where she revels in two of her favorite past times: all things bookish, and all things social media. Among her clients at NCC have been: SourceBooks, NetGalley, AllRomanceE/OmniLit, Adaptive Blue, the University of Arizona Press, Poisoned Pen Press, BookSwim, and a little company called O'Reilly media!
Recent Posts | All O'Reilly Posts
- The People’s EBook, March 01 2013
- Glossi.com: TOC Startup Showcase Finalist, February 08 2013
- BiblioBoard: TOC Startup Showcase Finalist, February 07 2013
- Media Cooler Innovations: TOC Startup Showcase Finalist, February 06 2013
- BookMachine: TOC Startup Showcase Finalist, February 05 2013
- Borne Digital: TOC Startup Showcase Finalist, February 04 2013
- The Holocene: TOC Startup Showcase Finalist, January 31 2013
- Speakaboos: TOC Startup Showcase Finalist, January 30 2013
- ValoBox: TOC Startup Showcase Finalist, January 29 2013
- CartoDB: TOC Startup Showcase Finalist, January 28 2013
- Paperight: TOC Startup Showcase Finalist, January 25 2013
- Author (R)evolution Day Friday Tweet Chats Start This Week, January 23 2013
- TOC 2013 Start-up Showcase semi-finalists announced, January 07 2013
- TOC to Host W3C eBook Workshop, November 27 2012
- What to expect at TOC NY 2013, November 02 2012
- TOC Debate: Amazon vs Apple, August 23 2011
- Bookish Techy Week in Review, December 10 2010
- TOC hosting publishing startup showcase, December 06 2010
- Announcing TOC Bologna, November 26 2010
- Bookish Techy Week in Review, November 19 2010
- Bookish Techy Week in Review, November 12 2010
- Open question: Do you trust market research surveys?, November 09 2010
- Bookish Techy Week in Review, November 05 2010
- TOC 2011 preliminary program announced, November 05 2010
- Bookish Techy Week in Review, October 29 2010
- Bookish Techy Week in Review, October 18 2010
- Bookish Techy Week in Review, October 01 2010
- Bookish Techy Week in Review, September 24 2010
- A New Take on the Coffee Table Book, August 27 2010
- TOC Announcement, August 25 2010
Recent Posts | All O'Reilly Posts
Webcast: Publishing's Remediators: A Conversation with ZolaBooks' CEO Joe Regal
September 19, 2012
For former literary agent Joe Regal, the current ebook ecosystem is missing a few things. Chief among them, a centralized, online platform for all stakeholders in the book and publishing community to participate in the discussion (and commerce) around...
Webcast: O'Reilly TOC Debate: Amazon vs. Apple
September 15, 2011
What began as a disagreement between colleagues has blossomed into the most fun you can have fighting at work: the TOC Debates. Our first debate, Amazon vs. Apple, features Joe Wikert and Kassia Krozser. As a bit of a preview, we offer you a statement...
Webcast: HTML5 for Publishers
December 14, 2011
HTML5 is revolutionizing the Web, and now it's coming to your ebook reader! With the release of the EPUB 3 specification, HTML5 support is now officially part of EPUB standard, and publishers will be able to take full advantage of HTML5's rich feature...
Webcast: Ignite BEA "Enlighten Us, But Make It Quick": A Reprise
July 19, 2012
We're stepping a bit outside the box and doing our first Webcast version of an Ignite. A re-do of the IDPF's Digital Book Ignite at last month's BEA, this webcast will showcase digital publishing startup innovators giving fixed-length, 5-minute ...