Metacurity produces quarterly rankings on the top news sources for our lead items as well as quarterly rankings for the top journalists for lead items. Starting with Q1 2020, these rankings will be available only to our Patreon subscribers who subscribe to our $4 per month and above tier support. These Patreon subscribers will be able to access them via PDF.
So sign up and become a patron at the $4 level or above today to receive the current rankings, which are the Q2 2020 rankings. These rankings provide details on the top news sources and the top journalists most frequently cited in the lead on Metacurity during Q2 2020. These rankings are free to all existing Metacurity Patreon supporters and all new higher-level patrons.
If you would like to purchase these rankings separately, we are making them available via an instantly downloadable PDF for a one-time fee of $24.99.
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New!….Just for Our Patrons
Starting with Q2 20, Metacurity patrons will also receive access to a new feature, for patrons only, called Five Easy Questions. We are asking top journalists and other information security influencers five simple questions that yield answers that are invaluable for understanding the current cybersecurity landscape.
The first in this series comes from the consistently top-ranked journalist Catalin Cimpanu.
Don’t miss out on this new feature. Become a patron today.
How to Interpret Our Rankings
Our rankings are based on the frequency of how often each publication or journalist “leads” the news on a particular cybersecurity development. This frequency calculation does not necessarily correlate with which publication or journalist broke the news or produced the highest quality article.
Some of the best publications and journalists don’t rate high in our rankings because their reports take time to produce and aren’t as frequent. Some of the publications and journalists who break news stories don’t always provide the most insightful pieces on the story.
Still, our top sources tables should be useful to help cybersecurity professionals, public relations representatives, and anyone else interested in following cybersecurity news find the right resources to follow via feeds, twitter and Metacurity’s own website.
Below is an example from 2018 of what you will receive when you become a patron at the $4 or above level or if you make a one-time purchase of $24.99.
If you have any questions at all, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you right away.
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