Profile: Peter Kafka, AllThingsD.com

Peter Kafka, Blogger
AllThingsD
December 2008

After a decade at Forbes and a shorter stint at Silicon Alley Insider, Peter Kafka brings his considerable reporting skills to the Wall Street Journal's popular web site, AllThingsD. Kafka specializes in tracking the media business and all companies that affect it -- especially those based on the East Coast.

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Rob Malda, Slashdot

SWMS Editorial Teleconference Series - Notes and Audio

Rob Malda, Editor
Slashdot
November 2008

Slashdot is so much more than open source; it's one of the most trafficked technology sites in the world. Its Google Page Rank is higher than Fortune, Forbes, the Wall Street Journal and nearly all other tech sites.
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Jeff Burt and Jason Brooks, eWeek

SWMS Editorial Teleconference Series - Notes and Audio

Jeff Burt, Managing Director
Jason Brooks, Executive Editor
eWeek Labs
November 2008

It's harder than ever to find someone to review your IT product. Labs are folding left and right, but eWeek Labs is still standing tall.

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IDG Merges CXO Media with Network World

IDG has combined CXO Media and Network World into a single organization called CXO Media Network World. Michael Friedenberg is CEO and president of the new group; Network World's John Gallant is executive VP and GM. The new organization, in part, is modeled after IDG's PCW Communications, which houses PC World and MacWorld under one corporate roof.

No layoffs have resulted, though IDG seeks to develop "shared services" that may produce a few down the line.

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Journalists are leaving media brands every week. Read the fruits of 16 confidential interviews with journalists now working at tech brands or PR agencies, and five interviews with the executives who hired these journalists.