Bloomberg Businessweek

Profile: Ashlee Vance, reporter, Bloomberg Businessweek

"The one thing I found as my career goes on: it’s characters that make the story so much more interesting. If it’s going to be some nebulous team thing I just feel like that’s tough for me to immediately buy into."

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SWMS Tech Edit Spotlight: 2010 Highlights for Q 3 & 4

As we look to 2011, what were the best takeaways -- the very best advice -- given us by tech editors in 2010? This special SWMS Tech Edit Spotlight does the filtering for you -- the most practical, useful PR tips as culled from Q3 & Q4 of our 2010 editorial teleconference archives.
 
 

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SWMS SWMS Profile: Rich Jaroslovsky, Bloomberg News and BusinessWeek

Luckily for PR pros, veteran journo Rich Jaroslovsky is as receptive to PR pros as was his predecessor, Steve Wildstrom. But Rich has different priorities. Hear about them in a wide-ranging conversation. Rich reviews products but also is called now and again to do spot reporting and trend analysis. In the hard-to-navigate, buttoned-down world of Bloomberg, Rich is a good guy to know and understand.

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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.
Fri, 2014-10-24 07:04

Maybe so, says (SWMS subscriber) Edelman's Steve Rubel. Quoted by DM News, Steve worries that if 50 percent of content is consumed... Read more

Tue, 2014-10-21 08:05

Though he is damn near synonymous with data journalism, Nate Silver is still having a hard time launching FiveThirtyEight at ESPN.... Read more

Thu, 2014-10-09 06:14

... and the headline ended with ...That May Surprise You. A great click-bait technique. Well, the things didn't surprise us and they won't surprise... Read more

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