After 19 years at Fortune, Adam Lashinsky left this month to become EIC of the most powerful business community few ever heard of. For that alone, perhaps it’s time to learn about World 50 and its newly merged partner organization, G100.
Ebony Magazine was founded in 1945, the year World War II ended. Essence Magazine was founded in 1968, the year Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. Today, Medium publishes a pair of Black-focused titles for this generation.
Medium has a pair of new publications, probably just as difficult to pitch as other Medium pubs, yet still worth evaluating. Both are spinouts from OneZero. Future Human was built for “readers who want to understand more about the science carrying us into tomorrow.” Debugger is for “readers who are hungry for thoughtful stories about gadgets.”
Fortune hasn’t been “Fortune Magazine” for a while now. The 101-year-old organization is now, more than ever, a conference and community brand that also happens to produce an accompanying web site, newsletters and yes, a magazine. What is PR’s stake in this emerging Fortune?
Q4 is here, and brings with it America’s most dramatic election since 1860. Here are some initial ideas on how things may go. Later in October we’ll ask editors how they’re organizing themselves, as their plans coalesce.
For the third year running, TechCrunch Disrupt featured the use of TechCrunch CrunchMatch, an in-event app that lets attendees connect directly with one another. In an era when IRL events may never be the same, CrunchMatch may prove to be an important marketing advantage, TC having had such a head start.
There may be reverence out there for Harvard Business Review, but MIT Sloan Management Review is very much its equal and then some, editorially speaking. Best of all, its editors sincerely want to hear from you.
Virtual TechCrunch Disrupt 2020 launched yesterday, the flagship event from Silicon Valley tech edit's biggest brand. Overall, it went well -- so much so that it's hard to imagine F2F events ever again being produced as they were before the pandemic.
Few topics captivate reporters more than the future. SWMS this week studied the past two "The Future of Everything" reports in the WSJ -- and a dozen stories in Fast Company's The Shape of Tomorrow section -- to identify pitch approaches that might work for you.
You probably are inundated with new weekly newsletters to evaluate and pitch, but you might want to keep an eye out for this one -- even though it remains in private beta. The as-yet unnamed newsletter (it might be called "Reset") is produced by New York Times senior editor (and former Quartz EIC) Kevin Delaney...