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SWMS Profile: Dylan Tweney, executive editor, VentureBeat

 

VentureBeat is accelerating. A growing staff, expanding beat coverage, a brisk events series. Where will it place in today’s tumultuous tech media landscape?

Executive editor Dylan Tweney takes us for a look under the hood.

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SWMS Editorial Teleconference - Heather Clancy, GreenTech Pastures, ZDNet

Former CRN EIC Heather Clancy is now an expert in clean tech/green tech, and enthusiastically wants to discuss the PR possibilities with you. She posts multiple times a day. Learn what she wants and needs, and what makes for a clean/green story in today's changing edit world.

 

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SWMS Editorial Teleconference: Stephanie Mehta, technology editor, Fortune

Stephanie Mehta, technology editor
Fortune
July 2009
 
Once a Fortune reporter and now its tech news boss, Stephanie Mehta brings terrific balance to her post. Stephanie spent 2006 and 2007 as Fortune's international editor, immersing herself in the global perspective. Now she concentrates on the U.S. tech scene and manages reporters, bloggers and Fortune's fast-growing video operations. You’ll find Stephanie incredibly candid, clear and refreshing in the following interview. She really does want to help.
 

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Kerry Dolan, Forbes

Kerry Dolan, senior editor
Forbes Magazine
January 2008
 
“First, I have to make sure the competition hasn’t written about the topic in last year. (Competition is defined as BW and Fortune, NY Times and WSJ.) Blogs haven’t entered into the realm of what our editors consider competition... The people reading Forbes, some of them may be reading Seeking Alpha, (but) our take will be different.”
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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.
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