This week we update Tomio Geron, Forbes.com. When he started in 2011 it was broad and ripe for the pitching. Tomio favored the founders: who are they and why are they interesting. Read on to see how today's coverage has matured.
...and "I read everything that comes in by email," Chris says. For your sake as well as his, keep it short, he advises. "We don't need all the facts when we get a pitch." If Chris is interested, he'll follow up.
Policy and privacy are top-of-mind for VentureBeat security reporter Meghan Kelly. "Those have become such big headline news in the last few months," she says, "and I think it's just going to continue to get bigger and bigger."
In 2010 Michael Morisy began his tech career at TechTarget covering enterprise tech. Today he finds himself ascendant at the Boston Globe, turning out a story a day (more or less) and forwarding even more story ideas to his reportorial colleagues on the Globe news desk.
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.