A shout out to the editors
I work with a truly fantastic group of editors here at WTWH Media, and I probably don’t give them as much recognition in this column as I should. I’m very proud of their constant hard work, their editorial integrity, and their commitment to the industries we serve. They take the immense amount of information that comes in across multiple engineering niches (and trust me, it is a lot — more every day, or so it seems) and distill it down to the most important products, news, application notes, how-to articles, and feature stories.
In fact, I’d put our industry experience up against any other OEM design engineering news source out there. Our 11-person editorial team that covers Design World and our sister publications, Fluid Power World, Fastener Engineering, and EE World has a combined 274 years of editorial experience in covering the engineering and manufacturing worlds. Incredible!
But all that experience doesn’t mean we’re doing things the old-fashioned way. To the contrary, our editors are arguably the most engaged and respected in the industry. They’re representing our brands at trade shows, conferences, and association events. They’re creating content for our print issues and our vast collection of websites. And they’re constantly developing videos, webinars, podcasts, and more. We’re highly active on social media, connecting with our readers on platforms like Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.
My team has won multiple ASBPE editorial awards over the years, showing that even our peers in the b2b industry recognize the hard work they put in. I like to think that we provide you with the answers to the kind of work questions that might otherwise keep you up at night. But if there’s a need we’re not filling for you in your engineering career, or a topic that you’d like to see more coverage of, please don’t hesitate to connect with me on social media — or drop me a note at the email below. And if there’s a particular story you’ve really appreciated or a particular editor who you enjoy reading, I’d love to hear about that as well, so I can pass on the recognition.
Paul J. Heney – VP, Editorial Director
On Twitter @wtwh_paulheney
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