VentureBeat seeks a managing editor

VentureBeat is looking for a Managing Editor to drive our industry-leading editorial coverage of enterprise technology transformation. A revolution is unfolding, where all companies are data driven — presenting them with both opportunity and risk. VB’s editorial team aims to produce the most helpful guide for technical decision-makers navigating this enterprise transformation. We aim to […]

TechCrunch taps Sawers to cover U.K. and European startups

Paul Sawers has joined TechCrunch as a senior writer to cover U.K. and European startups and other areas of the global technology sphere. Recently, he was European correspondent at VentureBeat. He also worked at The Next Web as a contributor, U.K. and media editor and apps and media editor. Sawers has a B.A. from Queen […]

Wiggers departs VentureBeat for TechCrunch

VentureBeat senior staff writer Kyle Wiggers is leaving the news site for TechCrunch. His first day will be March 28. Wiggers writes about artificial intelligence for VentureBeat and lives in New York City. He previously was an SEO editor for Fatherly and also worked at XDA Developers and Digital Trends. He is a graduate of Ohio University.

VentureBeat seeks head of event content

VentureBeat is seeking a leader to curate content for our expanding events focused on enterprise AI, data technologies and strategies for technical decision makers. This Head of Events Content will oversee speaker recruitment and content planning for VentureBeat’s portfolio of events. This includes our flagship event Transform, but also the growing number of Summit events […]

VentureBeat taps Alspach to cover security

Kyle Alspach has joined VentureBeat as a staff writer focused on security technologies, including emerging technologies, along with covering enterprise security strategies and trends. Previously, he was a senior technical editor covering mobile device, PC, and cloud news focusing on Microsoft, Apple and HP for CRN at The Channel Company in Westborough, Massachusetts. He was […]

VentureBeat hires Lazzaro as senior reporter

Sage Lazzaro is now a senior reporter at VentureBeat. She joins from Codeword where she was a senior editor. Lazzaro also works as a freelance tech journalist with her work appearing in Wired, OneZero, Vice, VentureBeat, Refinery29, Bustle, The New York Observer, Refinery29 and more. She has also been featured on Vice News Tonight on […]

Wired hires Johnson to cover artificial intelligence

Wired magazine has hired Khari Johnson to cover artificial intelligence. He will start next month Johnson is currently a senior staff writer at VentureBeat, where he has covered artificial intelligence as well as the intersection of ethics and policy as well as advances in natural language processing, computer vision, and deep learning. He has been at VentureBeat […]

Rashid joins VentureBeat as an executive editor

Fahmida Y. Rashid has joined VentureBeat as an executive editor. Rashid also worked as a freelance information security journalist, contributing to publications including Dark Reading, SecurityWeek, IEEE Spectrum, SecurityWeek, Infosecurity Magazine, Daily Beast, Christian Science Monitor PASSCODE, Toms’ Guide, Dice.com, and International Security Media Group (ISMG) publications. She has also written for The Village Voice […]

Executive editor Protalinski departs VentureBeat

Emil Protalinski, the executive editor of VentureBeat, has left the news organization after more than six years. “I’m looking for work. If you know of a publication interested in a hard-working tech editor and journalist, please don’t hesitate to reach out,” he wrote on Twitter. Protalinski started at VentureBeat as a contributing writer in 2014. […]

How VentureBeat kept sponsorship revenue

Kayleigh Barber of Digiday interviewed tech news site VentureBeat vice president of strategic partnerships Gina Joseph on how it kept sponsorship revenue when its events went online. Barber writes, “The company’s annual GameBeat Summit 2020 was set to take place at the end of the month in Los Angeles and as the pandemic grew more […]