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Profile: Nicholas Carlson, Business Insider

Imagine overseeing 350 reporters at a time like this. Business Insider global EIC Nicholas Carlson doesn’t have to imagine it because he does it every day. In a phone interview conducted Mar. 25, Nicholas (who goes by Nic) shared details galore on how BI is operating — and it’s pretty darn well given the circumstances.

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Profile: Alex Wilhelm, TechCrunch

Alex Wilhelm is back at TechCrunch. Four years away have changed him. “I’m in different physical shape these days,” he says from his WFH studio in Rhode Island. “I’m a lot thinner. I don’t drink anymore. I’m a less aggressive, kinder person than I was. And I know a lot more.”

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Profile: Velocitize, for Marketers

If you’ve got something to say to ad tech and marketing pros, you’ll want to check out Velocitize, a little-known marketing site published by WP Engine Inc. Its new editor, Eileen Smith, is rethinking the publication and is willing to hear from you.

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Profile: Sean Michael Kerner, freelancer

Sean Michael Kerner is a B2B tech reporter, and according to his LinkedIn profile, is an “Internet consultant, a strategy and developer/writer and sometimes entrepreneur.” While Sean no longer writes for eWeek, he recently picked up freelance work at Business Insider and still writes for Enterprise Networking Planet, eSecurity Planet, ServerWatch and ITPro Today.

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Profile: Tom Smith, DZone research analyst

DZone, the free-to-join online community for developers, employs a staff of eight content pros whose job it is to spotlight the trends. Tom Smith is one of those eight and he wants to hear from you. “I get about ten press releases a day… but DZone is not a breaking news site, ” Tom says, phoning in on his cell from a user conference.

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Profile: Marilyn Cohodas, CC Gatekeeper, Dark Reading

“I feel like I spend most of my week saying no,” says Dark Reading contributed content gatekeeper Marilyn Cohodas. The publication’s managing editor reviews the contributions submitted by PR folks. The good authors, she says, “understand the big picture and understand the problems that need to be solved.”

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Podcast to Pitch: Kotecki on Tech

Among all the tech podcasts, which ones do you pitch? Since all podcast audiences are small and hard to measure, you’d probably want to start with the ones who truly want to hear from you. In that scarce category is Kotecki on Tech, produced and hosted by former Politico video blogger James Kotecki.

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Profile: Keith Shaw, Robotics Business Review

In May 2017, IDG laid off Keith Shaw after 21 years of service. Today he’s EIC of seven-year-old Robotics Business Review (RBR), based down the road from IDG headquarters in Framingham, Mass. RBR’s audience isn’t anywhere near IDG size — about 150,000 uniques per month — but Keith and his team cover one of the most exciting tech segments on the planet. 

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