Technical PR - Media Moves: A new title in electrical networking

Useful information for Technical PR, Engineering PR, Industrial PR and Manufacturing PR people. Inside Networks is a new magazine in the electrical industryRob Shepherd, the former editor of ECN (Electrical Contracting News) has left to establish his own title in the network infrastructure sector, called Inside_Networks. The new title is going to be published online as a 'monthly electronic magazine' and is billed as 'greener than paper based alternatives'.

You can subscribe to the new title here and find out about advertising from Izzy Graham on The first edition is due to be published at the end of February and there is already a nifty new information web site online at

My feeling is that this new publication could give a sorely needed boost to the networking element of the electrical industry press. I think it’s been neglected a little for some years now, although Networking+ and another of Rob’s old titles, NCN (Network Cabling News), do excellent jobs of course. I just think that it’s time for a little bit more healthy competition in that field.

On 22 February, Deputy Editor David Blackman will leave LGC Local Government Chronicle to join Insurance Times as Assistant Editor. LGC can be a useful resource for anyone running a technical PR project on behalf of a company selling into the public sector.

Finally, Jonathan Lawson has left his role as Editor of Railway Interiors International. Anthony James is now editing the title alongside his roles as Editor of Aircraft Interiors International and Business Jet Interiors International.

That’s it for this week. Blimey it’s a lot to keep up with. I almost think it would be better to get someone to take the whole PR thing of your hands.

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