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Q&A: Steve Lohr, NYT

If you’re younger than 43 years old, Steve Lohr was reporting for the New York Times before you were born. Imagine all the stories he has written… the interviews he has conducted… and all the pitches he has seen.

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Tech Edit Spotlight: Science Edit

Science coverage is everywhere these days. This should be good news for PR pros with science stories to tell, but it’s not that simple. Much of the coverage, obviously, goes to Covid-19. Less obviously, it goes to space. And beginning this month, other newsy topics have staked their claim. What shelf space is left? We studied 14 media brands and found out.

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Cheat Sheet: Science Targets

Because “science” is a sprawling topic, it’s tough to narrow things down to a tight list of Tier 1 prospects. That kind of thing never stopped us before, so here’s our take on the must-pitch group. Whom are we missing? 

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Of the 20 most recent Forbes posts on the topic of #DEI, 12 were either paid posts or Council posts (which also are paid). Perhaps DEI is more top-of-mind with brands than with Forbes reporters and unpaid contributors.

Hello! Excited to announce that I started @politico today. I'm joining the excellent health care team as a health tech reporter. Send me your best tips 😈

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