If you’re focused on pitching Thomson Reuters tech reporters, don’t forget about their boss, global technology editor Jonathan Weber. Yes, his bylines these days are for editing, not for writing. Jon’s weeknight party-going days are long over, so you won’t see him around. So why get to know the guy?
We asked David Strom to respond to the same questions that TC Currie answered last month. David, a regular contributor to SWMS, was the founding editor-in- chief of CMP’s Network Computing, a previous editor-in- chief with Tom’s Hardware, and currently runs the Inside Security email newsletter.
There’s long been a divide between techies and non-technical folks who can’t understand new technology. The early success I had in my career came not just from my ability to code, but from my ability to translate between these two groups. That skill was a mainstay throughout the 20+ years I spend in software development.
In your quest to land enterprise tech coverage, don’t overlook Constellation Research’s DisrupTV. It’s a weekly web-based video program co-hosted by Constellation CEO R Ray Wang and Salesforce chief digital evangelist Vala Afshar.
When one thinks of Ken Wheaton, novels might come to mind. Ken has written three of them. If you track his LinkedIn page, you know he’s a contract editor with Think with Google. Odds are, though, you remember Ken from his 16 years with Ad Age.
So Sam asked me to weigh in on the following aspects of PR pitch elements. Which of these eight elements, if any, float my boat? What pulls me in? What pushes me away? This should be fun.
CEO profiles seem scarcer than ever, while demand for them soars. Each month our subscribers request valet research on “targets” for CEO profiles. There aren’t many and there aren’t enough. This analysis aims to be as constructive and useful as possible. That said, five expert editors tell it like it is.