When planning your coverage strategies for 2021, rethink the power of Tier 1. Don't assume "Tier 1" means best-of-breed coverage. Tier 1 editorial brands imply a level of leadership that may not hold up under scrutiny. Remember too that the older the brand, the more prestige it tends to enjoy in the C-suite.
CES 2021 is six weeks away. We've been asking whether editors care. Most can't yet conceive of a virtual CES and are waiting to see what the Consumer Tech Association comes up with. The show organizer has announced keynote speakers and Microsoft's role as virtual platform provider and little more.
Media brands are hustling to build “community” and that trend will continue in 2021. Since executives can’t belong to them all, which one is best and by what measure? Based on attending and covering the 2nd annual summit late last month, we might suggest giving the CNBC Technology Executive Council a close look.
You’ll struggle to find a better wordsmith than SC Media senior staff writer Derek B. Johnson. SC’s most recent reportorial hire writes clearly and fluidly, with voice, just as he did previously at Federal Computer Week. Security-minded PR pros might say, “Awesome! Will he cover my client?”
Here's an early look at the 2021 Bloomberg editorial calendar, focused on Bloomberg Businessweek, Pursuits and Bloomberg Green.
Rolling Stone magazine this week will launch the Rolling Stone Culture Council, an invitation-only community that will let members publish contributed posts on the RS web site. The new RS community is being built in partnership with The Community Company, a virtual professional services firm that manages councils for Forbes and Bizjournals.
By subscriber request, we've been looking at which publications will run "Predictions 2021" content and who will do the writing. Here's the latest, compiled by contributing editor Rhiannon Pacheco. We'll be updating this GDoc in weeks ahead.