Media briefing with The Register

Your chance to meet The Register at an exclusive media briefing

The Register‘s editor-in-chief Drew Cullen will brief PRs on the best ways to pitch the publication stories in London’s Blue Fin Building on Wednesday 4 October.

Joined by senior reporter Kathleen Hall, he will discuss who the typical El Reg reader is, the best ways to reach the team and what stories they love to hear about.

Founded in 1994, this online IT publication has earned cult status for its dry, irreverent take on the latest tech news. Today, it has headquarters in London, San Francisco and Sydney and receives more than 9 million unique monthly browsers worldwide.

With a readership consisting primarily of British and American IT professionals, it’s the perfect destination for all your software, hardware, networking and IT security news.

Philip Smith, Cision’s head of content marketing and comms, said: “Meeting a journalist face-to-face is undoubtedly the best way to start a relationship with them, and I can’t wait to hear what Drew and Kathleen have to say during the live Q&A session.

“Cision’s media briefing events are a rite of passage for PR professionals, and this event in particular is essential viewing for anyone working in the tech, software, security or IT sectors.”

Demand is always high at these exclusive breakfast media briefings – so reserve your place now using the form below.

Reserve your place at this exclusive briefing

Please note, this event is exclusive to clients of Cision, Gorkana and PR Newswire. If you have any questions, email and we’ll be happy to help.

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