Jason Rainbow, a former satellite industry journalist, has been hired to anchor SpaceNews’ satellite telecommunications coverage as well as broaden the organization’s coverage on current and developing commercial space markets. Rainbow has worked more than ten years as a business journalist reporting the global space sector. He was formerly Group Editor-in-Chief at the Finance Information Group, where he oversaw the publication Connectivity Company (previously SatelliteFinance and TelecomFinance).
“Jason carries a wealth of expertise and knowledge to SpaceNews at a time when the global space sector is experiencing rapid change,” stated Brian Berger, SpaceNews Editor-in-Chief. “His deep knowledge of the forces realigning the market climate for current and developing space players will help SpaceNews readers in online and print.” Rainbow will also expand SpaceNews’ international reach by adding compelling insight and fresh insights to the fast-changing commercial environment.
Rainbow stated, “I am delighted to be part of SpaceNews at this crucial moment for the global sector.” “As the sector explores high-growth connectivity as well as data markets, creative business models have been confronted with evolving global and accessible funding structures, ushering in a new time period.” SpaceNews is a print and multimedia publication which covers the space as well as satellite industry’s political and business news. Government leaders, lawmakers, and executives in the space sector receive news, insight, and analysis from SpaceNews. SpaceNews covers civil, military, and commercial space, as well as the satellite communications industry.
The European Space Agency, NASA agency and private spaceflight companies such as International Launch Services, SpaceX, Arianespace, and United Launch Alliance provide essential news from North America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and South America. Profiles of prominent and influential figures in the space sector appear in the journal on a regular basis. NASA Administrators Daniel Goldin, Richard Truly, Sean O’Keefe, Michael Griffin, as well as Charles Boldin are among the government officials, business executives, and other experienced space experts included in these profiles. SpaceNews, which was established in 1989, releases its hallmark magazine 20 times every year.
In January 2016, Brian Berger, a reporter who started working for SpaceNews in the year 1998 to monitor NASA as well as reusable launch vehicles, was appointed editor-in-chief. First Up, First Up Satcom, SN Military.Space and SpaceNews This Week is among the electronic newsletters produced and released by SpaceNews. The main daily show of the Space Symposium, a civil, military, as well as commercial space event held annually in Colorado Springs, Colorado, is produced by SpaceNews. During the meeting, attendees are given a tabloid-size print publication called the show daily.https://minernews.io/