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Big changes are afoot here at VentureBeat, and we’re looking to staff up with more full-time writers, freelancers, and reporting interns.
To wit, we’re extremely delighted to announce that Dylan Tweney, long senior editor of Wired, has joined VentureBeat as executive editor. Dylan brings 15 years of experience, is unflappable in character and has a way of making complicated IT technology understandable. Before Wired, he worked at Ziff Davis Media and Mobile Magazine. He’ll be overseeing and coordinating daily editorial coverage here, so please keep the scoops and tips coming to firstname.lastname@example.org, which the staff accesses, and to Dylan@VentureBeat.com to reach Dylan directly (he starts on June 6). You can also find him on Twitter as @Dylan20. I’m certain he’ll be making VentureBeat even more of a must-read for entrepreneurs and other professionals hoping to understand key technology trends.
Now we’re looking for more: Consider working for one of the most influential business news sites — with syndication across outlets like the New York Times and Reuters — that also hosts exciting events to debate the most disruptive technologies of the day, including DEMO (the leading launchpad event for emerging technology products), MobileBeat, GreenBeat and more.
We’re looking for full-time reporters, freelancers, and reporting interns. Writers can be focused on cleantech, mobile or other subjects related to tech startup innovation, and can be based in the Bay Area, New York, or elsewhere. At the moment, we’re only looking for interns in the Bay Area.
If you’re interested, please submit your LinkedIn URL and clips as URLs or in other digital formats to email@example.com with the subject line “Writer,” “Freelancer,” or “Intern” in the subject line.