If you're looking for pitchable deep expertise in the IT infrastructure space, you can still find it in Packet Pushers, a team of podcasting publishers who celebrate their tenth anniversary this May. Freshly posted on their site is the 500th episode of the Heavy Networking podcast.
There must be hundreds of newsletters out there with more arriving all the time. How does one get a grip? This cheat sheet will help. It's a master list of where these newsletters live. Use it to identify and subscribe to the ones most relevant to you.
As someone who has been writing an almost-weekly Web Informant email newsletter since 1995, Sam asked me to comment on the current state of the art. It seems as if newsletters are having a new lease on life. Up until last summer, I wrote one of the Inside.com newsletters on IT security...
TechCrunch has announced yet another event series -- TechCrunch Early Stage -- designed to help seed and Series A startups grow quickly. The first event will take place Apr. 28 at the Hilton Union Square San Francisco. Events in Paris and New York will be announced later this year.
Subscribers continue to ask, "Who are the cloud reporters in Tier 1?" Clients rightfully expect that top publications will cover, arguably, the top B2B technology. One would think so -- but the pickings are far slimmer than they ought to be. Here's our best shot at identifying who might cover cloud vendors and the news they make.
Editorially, what will Protocol aspire to? Editor-at-large David Pierce laid down some two-ton hints last month on his Twitter feed. Studying this list will help shape client expectations and help you build an approach to 2020's "place to be."
If you represent industry executives, you have a ground-floor opportunity to converse with a powerful journalist -- Protocol editorial director Emily Dreyfuss. Once Protocol launches later in Q1, she may get busy and not have time for karma discussions. Now she does. Here's the background.
Protocol continues to recruit top edit talent as its Q1 launch nears. Focused on "people, power and politics" within the tech world, the San Francisco-based edit startup is poised to challenge traditional Tier 1 and put big pressure on Wired, TechCrunch, Quartz and The Information to retain their best reporters.
Perhaps you read last month about Day 1 of the Wired25 event in San Francisco. Many a newsmaker spoke, and it was an A-list event from a speaker and attendee POV. Less was written about Day 2 -- "Culture & Fam" Day, Wired called it. The formula may become a brand-builder in the 2020s as the second digital generation comes of age.