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About Sean Cranbury

Kicking it at TEDxVancouver. Photo: Kris Krug.

Sean Cranbury is the host of Books on the Radio and co-organizer of the W2 Real Vancouver Writers’ Series, the Advent Book Blog and BookCamp Vancouver among other things.

Sean has been in the book trade since ’89 as a bookseller, events coordinator, marketer and managing editor.

He is currently on Faculty at the Simon Fraser Summer Publishing Immersion Program.  He will again be speaking on Digital Rights Management.

Sean speaks publicly on how organizations can use social networking tools to build communities, improve communication, increase collaboration and broaden product awareness.

He has spoken on topics such as Copyright in the Digital Age as well as Digital Rights Management vs the Inevitability of Free Content at Simon Fraser University.

His 48 Hour Interview with Hugh McGuire entitled the Future of Publishing was commissioned by Open Book: Toronto and was picked up, discussed and debated by several influential technology and publishing websites including the O’Reilly Radar.

For a fun look at Sean’s ‘True Personality’ check out his answers to Open Book Toronto’s Proust Questionnaire.

Sean lives in east Vancouver.

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