Growing a global media brand to 70 million readers; staying profitable in an increasingly crowded space – and how the ‘Trump bump’ is over.
Jessica Coen is Editor-in-Chief of Mashable, the global media brand for all things tech, entertainment and culture, with 70 million monthly readers. In this illuminating interview, Jessica talks through her career journey – how her previous job as Editor of Gawker gave her a ‘tremendous launch pad’ and a strong digital insight, now helping her take Mashable’s audience to record highs; argues the so-called ‘Trump bump’ is over, and outlines what media companies need to do to stay relevant, sustainable and profitable in an increasingly crowded marketplace.
6th December 2018
Transforming the 40-year-old business magazine into a digital brand – for an online audience of 20 million
Editorial Director, The Hollywood Reporter
29th November 2018
The inside scoop on pursuing the Hollywood beat – and how the “wake-up call” of Weinstein changed the industry in more ways than one
Presenter, ITV News at Ten
22nd November 2018
Behind the scenes at News at Ten – and how her mum inspired her to pursue journalism
MD, World Economic Forum
15th November 2018
Behind the scenes at Davos – and what it takes to get world leaders to listen to one another
Associate News Editor, Daily Mail
8th November 2018
Three decades covering murder, crime and corruption – and what it’s really like inside the Daily Mail newsroom