Young California Newspaper Pro Joins Online-Publishing Bigtime

The Book Brewer show team. Dan Pacheco is at right.

Dan Pacheco, a bright young Californian who presented a printcasting project to the Knight News Challenge in 2008, woke up the other morning in the ebook-publishing bigtime. Borders, the book people, who were looking for a viable online-publishing solution which would bring them up to speed with Amazon, Smashwords and Barnes & Noble in that department, decided in favor of Book Brewer, Pacheco’s ebook publishing application.

So now Dan heads up the team which will launch “Borders Get Published, Powered by BookBrewer” on October 25, just three days from now. Read the whole story in Dan Pacheco’s own words, and see the Book Brewer video here.

Follow this link to the list of Knight’s News Challenge winners, which besides giving you envy will also stimulate you with its good ideas.

About Michael Booth

Michael Booth, the creator of, is a US-born expatriate journalist, publicist, author and online publisher who has lived in a Spanish village in the foothills of Sierra Nevada for the past five decades. Though better known abroad for his fine-art printmaking sites and online magazine, Booth's day job for the past decade and a half, until recently, was his communications agency, dedicated principally to designing and implementing Internet strategies for Spanish companies and institutions. His latest project is a photographic homage site to the Spanish village that adopted him many years ago:
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