This week’s changes in the technical media

HazardEx: Now edited by
John Gale
As you know, there have been changes at Stone Junction of late, with a new member of staff joining and a new office. In the same vein, there have also been a number of changes in the engineering communications media. And here they are, for your delectation and delight:

HazardEx: HazardEx has named John Gale as its new Editor.

Engineering and Technology: There has also been a small mountain of organisational changes at the Engineering and Technology Magazine, which as you probably know is published by the IET. Furthermore, the magazine is now monthly and features more editorial pages than before.

The magazine has a brand new web presence, located at www.EandTmagazine.com, and a new Twitter address; www.twitter.com/EandTmagazine. To find out more about the new editorial responsibility of each staff member, visit FeaturesExec.

Chemistry World: Meanwhile, Chemistry World has seen Anna Lewcock leave her role as News Editor. A replacement is due to be appointed in March.

Subscribe to Insights into PR and online marketing

Bookmark and Share

Richard Stone

Stone Junction is a cool technical PR agency based in Stafford. We work for all sorts of businesses, with a particular focus on technology, technical and engineering companies. We like being sent cake and biscuits by clients, journalists and prospects.

No comments: