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Analysis: Emerging Tech Brew

One can see Morning Brew’s overall ambitions in one of its most interesting franchises, Emerging Tech Brew. It has published deep-dives on smart cities, digital health and “the web of the future,” and tutorial “guides” on AI, autonomous vehicles, drones, the cloud and virtual fitting rooms.

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Analysis: IT Brew

Launched in May 2022, IT Brew is learning what it is. In the early going it is very much a twice-weekly cybersecurity newsletter. Last month, 14 of 17 articles focused on the topic. Each of the 14 was deeply reported, with lots of quotes and links.

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Deep-Dive: Morning Brew

Today’s Morning Brew is a bigger publisher than most publishers. Partially owned by Insider and in turn by Axel Springer, Morning Brew now employs more than 300 — five-fold growth since 2020 — and this year is on pace for more than $70M in revenue.

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Profile: Andrew Nusca, Morning Brew

After more than ten successful years at ZDNet and Fortune, Andrew Nusca is wrapping up his first successful year at Morning Brew, the newsletter publisher co-owned by Insider Inc. As executive editor, Andrew oversees the daily Morning Brew flagship newsletter, the one with more than three million daily readers.

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Cheat Sheet: Morning Brew Pitch Targets

Here are the 16 writers and editors associated with all seven Morning Brew newsletters. Topics: personal finance, lifestyle, emerging tech, HR, marketing, retail and the “generalist” flagship newsletter.

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FRIDGE NOTES

Bloomberg Businessweek Goes Monthly

Now a misnomer, the Businessweek name will stick around for a while longer. Bloomberg is investing big in paper stock and photography. It’ll be a coffee table magazine, showcasing all that Bloomberg does. Now we know why Brad Stone took this new assignment. The first refurbed issue arrives in July.

Semafor Goes AI Crazy

Fourteen of 19 tech stories in the Semafor technology section are about AI. Two of the five outliers were about TikTok’s potential sale. Semafor sells itself on being differentiated. Chasing AI-news-of-the-day won’t achieve that.

Refinery29 Buys An Event Company

Another scoop from Sara Fischer at Axios: Refinery29 is “taking over” B2C event brand Beautycon, among the most successful F2F events in the beauty space. The idea is to augment the R29 brand and make the title less vulnerable to a weak advertising market.

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