This Thursday May 26 at 1pm PT / 4pm ET we’ll be doing a live video Q&A with Jeremy Kaplan, Editor-in-Chief at Digital Trends (25 million readers per month) on the Voce Nation Podcast. He manages a team of about 22 editors and has been in the publishing biz with previous gigs at Fox News, PC Mag/Ziff Davis. We’ll focus the conversation on the inner workings of their biz, best way to pitch in 2016, how the industry has changed, audience trends and a glimpse into his recent trip to CES Asia. This Q&A is open to everyone to join! Join the live Q&A on May 26 and subscribe for a reminder notification at bit.ly/jeremykaplan.
And now for a little background on Jeremy:
As Editor-in-Chief of Digital Trends, a leading consumer technology publisher that aims to demystify technology and help people navigate an increasingly digital world, he runs the editorial staff both creatively and operationally. He oversees a staff of 22 editors and dozens of contributors providing 70 to 80 news articles, opinion pieces, and product reviews daily, spanning all areas of tech. DT reaches about 25 million readers a month.
Before joining DT, he was science and technology editor at FoxNews.com, where millions of people read what he wrote every day. Before that he spent over a dozen years at Ziff Davis as the technology industry exploded — it was fascinating to watch. As executive editor at PCMag.com, he launched several magazines and websites, including one that was nominated for several awards and was a finalist for “Best Blog” in the Annual Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards.
See you on Thursday!