Meet the 2011-2012 EContent 100 Judges

Nov 29, 2011

December 2011 Issue

Robert J. Boeri is a senior ECM consultant for Guident Technologies. He has more than 30 years of experience as a publishing and content management systems professional in both the private and public sectors.

Barbara Brynko is editorial director of Info-Pro Publications for Information Today, Inc. As such, she is the editor-in-chief of Information Today, where she has also been writing and tracking trends and issues in the information industry.

Theresa Cramer is the editor of EContent magazine and Intranets newsletter. She is a 10-year veteran of the publishing industry with a background in both newspaper and book publishing.

Paula J. Hane is news bureau chief for Information Today, Inc. and is responsible for news coverage on the website. She writes a monthly column for Information Today, as well as feature articles and interviews.

Ron Miller is a freelance technology journalist, a contributing editor at EContent magazine, and a blogger at Internet Evolution and TechTarget where he writes the View From Above blog. He is also the editor of FierceContentManagement and co-founder of

Marydee Ojala edits ONLINE: Exploring Technology & Resources for Information Professionals and writes its business research column, The Dollar Sign. She is responsible for program planning for Web Search University and Internet Librarian International.

Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen is editor of Streaming Media magazine, Streaming, and A technology and entertainment journalist for more than 20 years, his work has appeared in the Village Voice,, Blurt, Harp, and more.

Steve Smith is a digital media consultant, columnist, and writer for a number of publications, including Media and OMMA magazines and Media Industry Newsletter. Throughout the internet bubble years, he wrote and edited "Min's New Media Report," where he covered new and old media.

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There are plenty of changes afoot on this year's list, as well as at the magazine. As you read through these pages, you'll notice a change in the EContent 100 categories-and a subsequent change in the companies we're honoring this year. As we focused less on enterprise content companies and more on the world of digital publishing and media, the judges had to re-imagine the list-and relearn the judging process. While many of the old standbys still made it onto this year's list, there are plenty of fresh faces as well-many of which are shaking up the content industry.
The 2011-2012 EContent 100, a list of the 100 Companies that Matter Most in the Digital Content Industry.