Meet the Media: The New York Times
A Deep Dive into the Future of News
Featuring: Rebecca Blumenstein
Deputy Managing Editor of the New York Times
Moderated by: Douglas Simon
CEO, D S Simon Media
What you need to know about how the paper and digital versions are evolving in the current media environment.
On Wednesday May 8th from 6-7:30 pm, PRSA New York is welcoming Deputy Managing Editor of the New York Times, Rebecca Blumenstein. Douglas Simon, CEO at D S Simon Media, will be moderating the event.
You will gain key insights to help you get coverage in the NY Times, including:
- Trends affecting coverage of business, health, travel, food, science, technology, style, and real estate
- How the paper is evolving with the growth of digital and changes to news consumption habits
- Under-covered areas that may be opportunities for PR people
Rebecca Blumenstein is Deputy Managing Editor of the NY Times, a post she assumed in 2017. Prior to that she was Deputy Editor in Chief of The Wall Street Journal, the highest-ranking woman to lead the paper’s news organization to date. She’s received numerous awards including overseeing the China team for the Wall Street Journal that won a Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 2007.
Moderator, Douglas Simon is CEO of the award-winning firm D S Simon Media. It specializes in placing executives with brands and non-profits on television news programs during satellite media tours and live broadcasts of social media events.
Date and time:
May 8 from 6:00 — 7:30 pm
Makovsky: 228 E. 45th Street between Second and Third Avenue
Students/New Professionals: $25
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