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Cheat Sheet: Cybersecurity Podcasts

We offer 19 cybersecurity podcasts, the vast majority being from independent experts. We omitted podcasts produced by vendors (or tried to), and those that were obviously pay-to-play. You’ll find lots of podcasts addressing how to land a job in cybersecurity.

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Cheat Sheet: Quantum Security Targets

In this short and sweet cheat sheet, we’ve got eight targets focused at least in part on quantum security. This is still a nascent field, though the “quantum” term has been bandied about for a decade or two.

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Cheat Sheet: CEO Profiles

The prospects for placing CEO profiles are promising these days. The following is an update to our Sept. 2022 cheat sheet on who’s delivering CEO profiles and the best strategies for obtaining them.

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Cheat Sheet: ‘AI in Healthcare’ Targets

It’s perhaps a bit surprising that our 13 “AI in healthcare” targets are more or less the usual suspects in healthcare edit. Most trades can’t afford to hire additional reporters just to cover the AI aspects of the healthcare beat.

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Cheat Sheet: Personal Finance Reporters

Here’s a list of 13 targets focused on personal finance. Remember that Insider has an entire section dedicated to the topic. We present the go-to’s in the field. Please tell us whom we missed and we will add.

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Latest WSJ Mission: Get Younger Readers

The average age of a WSJ reader is 59. That’s just one of many insights in this terrific piece from The Daily Beast, published this week in its gossip column. EIC Emma Tucker is said to be asking all WSJ reporters to contemplate these questions before proceeding with a story:

— Who is the target audience?
— What do they want to know?
— How can this piece broaden the WSJ audience?
— What format is best for telling this story?

Take Me Out To The Concert

Which musical artist, over the course of his still-active career, played sold out shows at both Yankee Stadium and Shea Stadium? Sirius/XM is broadcasting a channel celebrating his music, for “a limited time.”

Walter Thompson’s Observations from TechCrunch Disrupt

From today’s TC+ Newsletter: “No one I met said they were looking for ‘thought leadership’ or scorching hot takes,” wrote TC’s contributed content gatekeeper. “Almost everyone wanted actionable advice that would help them fundraise, build and scale.”

Good guidance indeed.

We Are Devo

Somewhere along the line, Cambridge, Mass.-based Devo Technology rebranded as Devo. Warner Music Group apparently has no objection.

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