Two-year stint held on Econtent 100 list • Nxtbook Media

Two-year stint held on Econtent 100 list

Written by Marcus Grimm

Nxtbook Media(TM) (NBM), a technology-based company that provides multimedia digital publishing solutions, today announced it has been named to EContent magazine’s 2005 EContent 100 list. In its fifth year, the EContent 100 is a preeminent listing of the companies that matter most in the digital content industry. Nxtbook Media(TM) is highlighted in the Content Delivery category for its ability to bridge the gap between online and print by delivering publications online with a similar feel to their print counterparts.

“The EContent 100 is an annual list of the leading companies we believe matter most in the digital content industry. Our readers — executives who manage online content strategies for their organizations — turn to the EContent 100 to find more effective and efficient solutions to their content challenges and we think that many organizations should be considering alternative digital delivery mechanisms like Nxtbook.” said Michelle Manafy, editor of EContent magazine. “For the second year in a row Nxtbook Media was our choice for delivery mechanism for this year’s digital edition of the EContent 100 issue and we look forward to our readers getting a chance to check out the interactive capabilities."

The EContent 100 is assembled by the EContent magazine editorial staff, its valued contributing editors, and colleagues from Information Today, Inc. The list reflects the content industry’s activity and performance over the past year, and surveys the leaders and innovators from a wide spectrum of digital content disciplines, including content delivery, collaboration and knowledge management, digital rights management and
consulting services, among others. The fifth annual EContent 100 was published in the December 2005 issue of EContent magazine and online at www.econtentmag.com.

“We take great pride in being named to the EContent 100 for the second year in a row,” said Spencer Ewald, Founder of Nxtbook Media. “2005 has been a profitable year us, with better than 350 percent growth. Recognition from EContent is the crowning jewel in a successful year."