Architosh Gets Featured on Influential New “State of Digital Publishing” Website
BOSTON, MASS. — February 6, 2018 — Architosh.com today announced that a feature interview of its founder and editor-in-chief, Anthony Frausto-Robledo, has been published on the new State of Digital Publishing, a new important website by Vahe Arabian.
About “State of Digital Publishing”
The new website is aimed at “understanding the state of play in digital publishing” and publishes discussions and interviews with publishing professionals from around the world. It has teaching aims and is a fundamental resource for online publishing professionals and aspiring professionals.
A mixture of features, industry news and a podcast and subscription service, State of Digital Publishing’s key feature is voices of professionals willingly sharing their digital publishing backgrounds. Examples of some of the publishing professionals sharing their expertise and publishing wisdom on the site include:
Alyssa Zeiler — Financial Times (FT). Alyssa is an engagement strategist and expert who brings together data to inspire and shape the FTs journalism and its relationship with its readers.
Lee Hutchison — Ars Technica. Lee is a senior technology editor of one of the most important technology publications in the world.
Philip Lewis — Huffington Post. Philip is the Front Page editor.
Mark Leccese — Emerson College. Mark is associate professor of journalism at Emerson in Boston and the author of The Elements of Blogging: Expanding the Conversation of Journalism.
The feature on Architosh is an interview with Anthony Frausto-Robledo, its founder. The interview highlights Architosh’s founding origins through the work of former Apple Evangelist Guy Kawasaki’s influential newsletter.