Want to see a CEO trying to steer a profile interview? Check out the Jun. 12 David Gelles Corner Office profile of Chegg CEO Dan Rosensweig in the New York Times. You'll see that PR success isn't as simple as one might think.
Refreshed Jul. 30, 2020 -- By request, here's a deep look at data journalism in Tier 1. We offer info on 16 data journalists working at the WSJ, NYT, Bloomberg, Quartz, Financial Times, The Economist and Minneapolis Star-Tribune. This certainly will get you started. Also included: URLs to Tier 1 dataviz content and Twitter feeds.
VentureBeat veteran Dean Takahashi discusses his views of virtual events (attends them and hosts them too), and laments the end of an era when a vendor's headquarters was something to write about.
What’s notable about WSJ Noted? Let’s start with the basics. According to WSJ Young Audiences editor Dory Carr-Harris, WSJ Noted is “a digital magazine geared toward readers under 35 that will report on what it’s like to be young in today’s world.”
VentureBeat this month launched The Machine, a sub-brand designed to consolidate VB’s AI coverage in one place. The Machine is part of a larger VentureBeat redesign also launched this month. VB editorial director Seth Colaner shared background on The Machine in this Jul. 10 post — mostly about how the section was named.
Are you struggling to interest Tier 1 reporters in lesser-known clients? So is Jason Calacanis. The former journalist and well-known investor and podcaster sounded off Jul. 7 to CNBC’s Jon Fortt and two other hosts about the trouble he and other VCs have had in breaking through — especially to the New York Times.
Fast Company technology editor Harry McCracken sheds light on newsgathering at physical and virtual events, and changes in FC edit coverage brought on by Covid and other factors. Interview was conducted July 2020.
Like us all, The Information's Kevin McLaughlin is trying to cope with Covid's impact on his daily routine. The veteran newsgatherer misses face-to-face interactions with his colleagues. He too has his views on the value of virtual events.
Barron's associate editor Eric Savitz weighs in on virtual events -- those from Barron's and others -- and what it might take for them to succeed. One thing is for sure, Eric says: "People are trying to make them work."
Timothy Prickett Morgan, editor of The Next Platform, discusses his views of virtual events, why editors mingle in the first place, and how to get his attention in the era of Covid. Interview was conducted July 2020.