VR may be top-of-mind with most folks but Google and Microsoft are betting heavier on AR, as are the publications who cover their efforts. Here's a list of reporters, many from overseas, who cover augmented reality. List is current as of May 2017.
Sometimes it's unclear whether a publication accepts contributed content. Such is the case with this list of IoT titles. In any case, consider them a backdoor to IoT coverage when the more obvious titles give you the crickets. Current as of June 2017/
There's lots of AI coverage out there but few reporters approach the topic through company profiles. And of course the clients love those. So here's our crack at listing the journos who will shine a light on thre companies making news in AI, specifically machine learning.
Pitching columnists is often wiser than pitching reporters because they don't need third-parties to back up their assertions. If they believe it, they can write it. So we have assembled a list of prominent tech columnists, current as of June 2018.
This is the year that net neutrality gets put in place. Its implications are still not fully understood yet are expected to be vast. Some of tech media's most talented reporters are monitoring the developments. Here's a cheat sheet for you, current as of July 2017.
“Whose ox will be gored by this?” That’s what EICs often ask reporters when their hot trend pitch seems a little too frothy. Fintech stories always passed this test. Robo-advisors will nuke the brokers! Bitcoin will sink the banks! So will the online lenders!
Back in 2011, for a subscriber, we produced a slide deck titled “Cover Story: What It Takes” and last month rediscovered it deep in a sub-directory. Now here we are in 2017. Had anything changed? Story lengths sure have. Reporters lucky enough to write 2017 narratives almost universally complain of having to trim the copy...
Two days ago a subscriber asked us whether we had a current list of podcasts, with pitch contacts and what they were looking for. We didn’t then but we do now. You’ll enjoy perusing our Google Doc with 37 podcasts, iTunes links and enough background to get you started. We color-coded the ones we thought you’d have the best chance of pitching.
Small business makes up most of US business. Yet there's such a small amount of media specifically dedicated to it. That's why knowing who the specialists are is so important. Here's a living document on who's who and how to reach them. No fancy formatting: send us what you know and we'll build a shared doc together.
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.