Publishing, Broadcasting and Streaming: Reaching to the Future to Avoid Being Obsolete (Paperback)
David K. Ewen, M.Ed. has an author, speaker, publisher, broadcaster, filmmaker, and talk show host. He began his career in media production in 1994 by founding Ewen Prime Company in Massachusetts. Four years later, he launched the New England Publishers Association to support writers and Publishers in all six New England states. Prior to selling the New England Publisher's Association, David Ewen had launched a radio broadcasting show, "Today's Author" on WORC 1310 AM and WGFP 940 AM to support the publicity needs of authors and the independent press industry. The show aired weekly every Thursday morning before going into ABC News. This successful radio show spawned into a local television pilot show at the WCAT studios in Westborough, Massachusetts. David's later broadcasts would be as one of the first-year broadcasters on the internet radio platform BlogTalkRadio with the show "Today's Author". From 2004 to 2015, David K. Ewen, M.Ed. toured the seven states of New York and New England at 52 venues lecturing on a variety of digital multimedia technology and entrepreneurial topics. This was launched by the founding of Forest Academy. During the 11-year tour, called "The Professor Lecture Series", David presented 18 different topics that included his flagship lecture, "Publish Your Book Guaranteed". This lecture includes publicity methodologies that he learned over the years as a talk show host on radio and television. David is the founder of the Boston Institute a Business Leaders and entrepreneurs with the primary focus on the lecture "Publish Your Book Guaranteed". The year 2019 marks the silver anniversary of Ewen Prime Company as a publishing, marketing, and educational company. The celebration give depreciation to 25 years of Excellence in content production, publicity, and distribution. The next 25 years will focus on giving voice to a future generation of content producers who embrace the technologies of tomorrow.