Technology Journos Share Trends and Tips in DC

April 13, 2009

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Business Wire/Washington, DC hosted a panel discussion last Thursday with five distinguished DC area journalists who discussed methods of reporting technology stories that emerge from the Metro area. Watch as they share forward-thinking trends that may emerge from recent changes in the news industry.

The panelists (from left to right)

  • Paul Sherman – Editor-in-Chief, Potomac Tech Wire
  • Gautham Nagesh – Staff Correspondent (Technology) NextGov.com and Government Executive magazine
  • Mark Kellner – Freelance Technology Columnist, incl. Washington Times
  • David Hubler – Associate Editor, Washington Technology
  • Darlene Darcy – Technology Reporter, Washington Business Journal
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    Read more about the event from some of the attendees themselves:

    Becky Sheetz-Runkle outlines the “Top 8 PR Mistakes you may be making” in her write up of Thursday’s event.

    Chris Parente takes a look at the tips and tricks that every PR person should know in “Meeting the Local Tech Press.”

    Mayra Ruiz is taking a 3-part look at the “Pounds of Wisdom” shared by the panel in her blog.

    For more information on similar events and webinars be sure to check out upcoming Business Wire events.


    Consumer & Lifestyle Media Panel Recap

    November 6, 2007

    We recently hosted a live media panel in New York for PR professionals lBusiness Wire Featuresooking to connect with high-profile consumer and lifestyle editors in the industry. Listen to the archived event and find out the latest on what top consumer media editors are covering

    The panelists included Darcy Jacobs, articles editor, Family Circle; Kristine Kennedy, east coast editor, Better Homes and Gardens; Susan Avery, senior editor, Grandparents.com; Jenifer Braun, weekend entertainment and consumer lifestyle editor, The Star-Ledger; Sharon King Hoge, editor, Verdant; and Tracy Saelinger, lifestyle editor, Every Day with Rachael Ray.

    The event covered an array of topics that proved to be insightful and very candid. The panelists addressed some of their own personal stories and offered details on how they prepare for upcoming sections, the latest trends they are monitoring and tips on how to pitch a story for better placement.

    PR Week also covered the event (post one) (post two) and offered some handy tips discussed by the panelists.


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