TKC 487 Bradley Metrock

CEO of Score Publishing, producer of Digital Book World 2018

Interview starts at 15:44 and ends at 43:43

“The Echo Show is an incredible glimpse into the future, because the future is going to be words come out of your mouth, and that’s how you engage the computer rather than typing on a QWERTY keyboard or moving a mouse.”


“Amid Takeover Talk, Barnes & Noble Posts $30 million Q2 Loss, Stock Sheds 10%” by Jonathan Ponciano at Forbes – November 30, 2017

“B&N Has Disappointing Second Quarter” by Jim Milliot at Publishers Weekly – November 1, 2017

“Barnes & Noble’s sales hit by the curse of Harry Potter” by the AP – December 1, 2017

“To save itself, Barnes & Noble is pivoting to books” by Thu-Huong Ha at Quartz – November 30, 2017

“Why Barnes & Noble Wants Smaller Stores” by Phil Wahba at Fortune – November 30, 2017

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling

“4 Reasons Barnes and Noble Failed the Nook” by Jessie Nuez at Babble – 2013

“Amazon’s Alexa heads to the workplace” by Dave Lee at BBC – November 30, 2017

Interview with Bradley Metrock

Score Publishing

Digital Book World

Alexa Conference – Keynote by Ahmed Bouzid, CEO Witlingo (and original head of product for Amazon’s Alexa and Connected Homes initiative)

Tellables, Earplay (TKC interview with CEO Jon Myers in November, 2016), and Novel Effect


AWS Reinvent

Tim O’Reilly’s Tools of Change conference

Author Earnings (Hugh Howey and Data Guy)

Apple’s iBooks Author

WTF?: What’s the Future and Why It’s Up To Us by Tim O’Reilly

Outro Music:

“Happiness (in F major) by Bradley Metrock on Maintain Radio Silence, used with permission

Music for my podcast is from an original Thelonius Monk composition named “Well, You Needn’t.” This version is “Ra-Monk” by Eval Manigat on the “Variations in Time: A Jazz Perspective” CD by Public Transit Recording” CD.

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