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Gorkana meets...Last Word

Gary Corcoran, editorial director at Last Word which publishes financial titles International Adviser, Portfolio Adviser, Expert Investor and Fund Selector Asia, on the publisher's recent rebrand, its push into video content and how PRs can help amplify its coverage.

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Gorkana meets...The Locals

Laura Scott, editor of culture and lifestyle platform The Locals, on showcasing the human stories behind creative ideas, plans to cycle across America in under 30 days, what's new with the site and why strong PR relationships are essential for good content.

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Gorkana meets...Alphr

David Court, editor of Dennis Publishing's new tech title, Alphr, on how tech isn't just for IT managers, why he thinks in-car tech is so exciting, and how PRs should "walk-the-walk" and find creative ways to pitch in.

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Gorkana meets...GuysLikeU

Christian Guiltenane, former OK! editor and associate editor of Attitude, reveals all on the launch of aspirational website GuysLikeU.com, which is aimed at young gay men and their friends, why he sees it as the gay version of Cosmo and what PRs should be thinking about when pitching ideas.

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Gorkana meets...Mail on Sunday

Joanne Hart, investments editor at the Mail on Sunday, on writing about stocks and shares for the paper's 'Middle England' readership, how enthusiasm goes a long way when pitching into her Midas column and wanting to cover businesses with growth potential.

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Gorkana meets...The Sunday Times

Human interest stories and accessible language are key to making The Sunday Times' Money section as successful as it is, according to Becky Barrow, Money editor, The Sunday Times. You would expect a publication with a circulation of 766,201 in print to have an impact but the Money section's credibility is reinforced by recent award wins, including the 2015 Santander UK Financial Media, Financial Title of the Year, which it was given in November, writes Sam Willis.

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Gorkana meets...Crime Scene

Rosie Fletcher, editor of new Future title Crime Scene, why the time was right to launch a magazine dedicated to crime fiction, wanting to "fetishise" good writing and beautiful design, and the plethora of opportunities open to PRs with content ideas.

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Gorkana meets...PharmaTimes

Hugh Gosling, the recently-appointed editor of PharmaTimes, on how he's enjoyed his 'return' to print, how reader feedback keeps the magazine moving forward and how it would be impossible to produce the title without the help of PRs.

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