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Alan Burkitt-GrayEditor, Capacity and Global Telecoms Businessaburkitt@globaltelecomsbusiness.comAlan Burkitt-Gray has been editor of Global Telecoms Business since December 2000, and editor of Capacity magazine since August 2015, as part of a unified editorial team for the industry’s two leading titles. With a degree in physics and electronic engineering from the University of Leeds (UK), Alan has been a business and technology journalist for 40 years, writing for publications covering telecoms, broadcasting, IT and electronics, as well as working with radio and TV programmes and contributing to a number of books. In 1992 he set up a monthly magazine, Cable & Satellite Communications International, which he edited for three years. He then spent five years as editor of Government Computing magazine, before being recruited by Global Telecoms Business.Bill BoyleManaging Editor, Capacity and Global Telecoms Businessbill.email@example.com Bill Boyle is an experienced hi-tech and telecoms journalist who has written for and edited some of the industry’s top titles such as Computing, PC Week, Computer Reseller News, DataCenterDynamics and others. He is also a television and radio broadcaster with over 40 years combined experience. Bill started work as a reporter on the Scottish regional press before moving to London in 1982 where he worked as a freelance for the national press including the Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror, Daily Star, The People, Daily Mail and others. He joined the staff of Computer Weekly in 1983 and fulfilled the roles of reporter and senior reporter before becoming deputy software editor. In 1996 he moved to publishers VNU where he edited Computing and over the next few years launched the UK’s first internet title, internet Dealer and the very first dedicated internet newswire, VNU Newswire. With Chris Long and Tim Philips he presented one of the UK’s first radio programmes dedicated to the internet – the show, Online, was broadcast on London LBC in the late eighties and ran for two years. Bill is managing editor of Capacity and Global Telecoms Business.Jason McGee-AbeNews and content editorJason.McGee-Abe@capacitymedia.com @JasonMcGeeAbeJason McGee-Abe is Capacity's news and content editor. He joined in February 2016 and helps oversee and manage the news agenda for both the magazine, website and Dailys at Capacity Conferences. Prior to joining Capacity, Jason spent six years reporting in the process excellence, business, technology, trade finance, public policy and property sectors. After attaining a degree in Politics from Newcastle University, he started his career working in the office of a frontbench MP in the UK Parliament.
James PearceSenior firstname.lastname@example.org @JamesPearce87James Pearce is Capacity’s senior reporter. He joined in August 2016 and is tasked with reporting on news for the magazine and website, writing features and conducting interviews. Prior to joining Capacity, James spent two years covering the UK mobile telecoms scene with Mobile News Magazine, where he launched its first ever video news project. He’s also written about news, sport, politics and tech for a number of newspapers in his native Northeast.
What type of news and content is Capacity looking for?
We encourage companies to share all their latest developments, views and opinions on the wholesale marketplace. Our coverage is truly global, and we welcome news items from every market across the globe. We cover a wide range of issues facing the industry, but below is a general overview of the areas we regularly cover:
Alternatively, if you feel you have a strong opinion or view on a recent development or trend in the market, we encourage you to contact the editorial team to schedule a more in-depth interview. We also encourage you to regularly check our editorial schedule and look out for topics that match your company’s activities.
Why choose Capacity as the exclusive platform for sharing your company's news and developments?
Capacity aims to be the breaking news source for the wholesale telecoms community. By sharing embargoed press releases or company news with us, we can ensure your story is delivered to a more relevant audience. By providing us with a news item one to two weeks in advance, we are able to review thoroughly, offer feedback and schedule a follow-up interview if required.
If you are hoping to release your news at a particular Capacity conference, we encourage you to check the Capacity conference schedule and contact the editorial team one to two weeks in advance.
How can I ensure my company receives the best possible coverage?
News items or interviews are selected strictly according to editorial merit. However, to make your story stand out from the crowd, we urge you to think about how your company’s development has impacted the market. Feedback from customers or analysts can help support your story, as can financial details or a timeline of events. Providing as much opinion and comment as possible helps to build a more complete story. Any relevant high-resolution images (300 dpi or above) to accompany the story are also welcome.
Do you accept contributed articles?
Capacity does not directly publish contributed articles online or in print. However, our Capacity Voice blog is a popular place for the market to share their views and opinions. Examples can be found here.
Blog entries must be on a recent industry trend and should be kept neutral (we do not allow companies to promote services or products).
The advised word count is 250-400 words, and we also require an image of the author.
How can I engage with Capacity through social media?We encourage all companies to engage with the editorial team through our various social media channels:Twitter: @capacitymagThe editorial team share all their latest news and opinions via Twitter, and encourage the telecoms community to interact via @capacitymag or our individual twitter handles.In the lead up to a Capacity Conference, please also watch out for our hashtags to share your company's developments at our events. Linkedin:To leave a more extensive comment or view on an issue facing your company, please join the Capacity Media Linkedin group. Facebook:To share photos or thoughts about Capacity, please like our Facebook page.