New to Fortune.com, senior technology editor Matt Vella joins us to discuss his goals -- the importance of people and innovation among them. Read on.
Eric Savitz has settled in as Forbes's new SF bureau chief. How is he distinguishing Forbes from its competition?
Does Forbes's new focus on curation and crowdsourcing affect its definition of news?
Eric has empathy for PR and will provide practical insights for you.
Jon Brodkin digs deep on cloud and virtualization and if you're Microsoft or VMware, you already enjoy big coverage. But what about the subtleties of these hot trends? How does a small company break through?
For his Twitter followers, Jon's news sense -- and skepticism -- are legendary. He also has quite a few views about PR.
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Mashable co-editor Ben Parr is as prolific as they come.
Cranks out copy. Steers the site strategically. Plans events.
The truth is, Ben loves science. His ambitions exceed those of any web site.
Learn more about how Ben thinks -- how he sees the evolution of the web -- and how PR pros can rise above the din.
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December is the time to focus your clients on the 2011 editorial landscape, and how to help journalists against aggregation, curation and one another. We'll split our 30 minutes between b-to-b and b-to-c. We focus on how to build story lines that serve your clients' goals, yet tap into trends that promise page views and reader engagement.
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Luckily for PR pros, veteran journo Rich Jaroslovsky is as receptive to PR pros as was his predecessor, Steve Wildstrom. But Rich has different priorities. Hear about them in a wide-ranging conversation. Rich reviews products but also is called now and again to do spot reporting and trend analysis. In the hard-to-navigate, buttoned-down world of Bloomberg, Rich is a good guy to know and understand.
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