Executive Officer, Access Publishing Co.
In his most recent electronic news publishing
experience, he developed the Newsdesk Editorial Systems:
His commentary on related developments includes:
Firewall: Newsletter Content Thrives
in Enterprise Networks,” for the Newsletter on Newsletters
full article in PDF format); and
“Electronic-mail News Services – Only News You
Can Use,” for the Information Today National Online Meeting.
Mr. Stillman previously represented
the Fax Focus service bureau to the
newsletter publishing industry in Washington, DC, managing such accounts
as National Journal and its five-page, 1,300-subscriber daily newsletter,
Congress Daily; directed the marketing and
sales of BioWorld Today (now owned by Thomson), an online service and daily fax-delivered
newsletter; and conducted market research and product development studies
for such clients as Dialog (now owned by Thomson); Federal Filings (now
owned by Dow Jones); The Financial Times; Market
News Service; Media General; and United Newspapers (owner of PR Newswire.
Early in his career, he founded and served as Editor-Publisher of Access,
The Daily News-Intelligence Service, one of the earliest indexed news
products. He began his career in news publishing as a business/financial
correspondent for TIME Magazine; contributor to Fortune and The New York
Times; and Business Manager of TIME Canada.
A graduate of Harvard Law School, he
practiced corporate and securities law initially as an associate with the
New York firm of Donovan, Leisure, Newton & Irvine.