Digiday welcomes new media reporter Sara Guaglione and platforms, data, privacy reporter, Kate Kaye
Digiday is pleased to announce two new additions to our reporting team: Sara Guaglione, Digiday’s new media reporter, and Kate Kaye, Digiday’s new platforms, data and privacy reporter. Both bring years of experience covering the media industry and we’re excited to be adding their voices to our editorial team.
“Both Sara and Kate bring deep industry knowledge, experience and contacts to their new beats with us,” said Digiday editor-in-chief Jim Cooper. “As we continue to aggressively cover the media and publishing space and pivot to focus more on the ever-evolving platforms, privacy and data sectors, having two seasoned journalists driving that coverage will significantly broaden and enhance the reporting and analysis we deliver to our audiences every day.”
As the new media reporter, Guaglione will focus on covering publishers. She comes to us from MediaPost where she had been covering the publishing industry and managing the Publishers Daily newsletter.
Kaye will be leading our coverage around tech giants like Google and Facebook, the data ecosystem underpinning their businesses and the broader digital ad industry and the corresponding privacy concerns and regulation. Kaye previously reported on data and privacy at Ad Age, and had been most recently reporting independently on a broad range of topics, including environmental issues.
Both Guaglione and Kaye report to senior media editor Tim Peterson.
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