We’re Looking for Media Tech Startups!
The media business is constantly evolving, driven by new technologies that are changing the way content is created, distributed and consumed. It can be difficult to keep track of all of the latest and greatest ideas out there.
That is where Publishing Executive comes in.
We launched the Media Pitch blog two years ago to provide a platform for tech startups with a focus on media to explain who they are and how they are aiming to improve the media business. It is a place where media executives come to hear cutting-edge business and technology ideas before they go mainstream.
We’re currently looking for media tech rising stars. If you are a tech startup with a focus on the media and publishing industry — or you know such a startup that is shaking things up — let us know. (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
What We’re Looking For
While you can access the full Submission Guidelines for complete details, below are a few highlights to keep in mind. Media Pitch contributions must be:
1. Media-focused. While there are a lot of amazing startups creating innovative products, software, apps and hardware out there, this blog is specifically focused on those targeting the publishing space. A few examples:
2. Substantive. We aren’t looking for PR-speak or a rehash of the brochure or marketing pitch. This is a chance to pitch publishing and digital media executives about how your technology can help improve their businesses.
3. Innovative. We’re not looking to highlight version 2.0, which has a few new interesting features. Rather, this is a place to highlight the brand new, boundary-pushing ideas that can disrupt the status quo.
4. A Startup. While even established companies can have innovative ideas, Media Pitch is a place for start-ups who are looking to impact the magazine publishing or broader media industry — and who are three years older or less. If your first product is older than that, but you are still interested in contributing, then check out our general submission guidelines.
Still interested? Email Publishing Executive editor-in-chief Denis Wilson (email@example.com).
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