If you like extremely masculine metaphors this is the announcement for you.
Starting in February, Politico‘s Morning Energy is becoming part of Politico Pro, a new subscription-based service that claims it will “deliver high-impact, high velocity” coverage of energy, technology and health care reform.
As explained to a note that went out today from Politico Pro Editor Tim Grieve, this will be “essential reading” for policy professionals. “Think of it as Morning Energy on steroids,” the memo says. This means insider coverage from Darren Samuelsohn, Josh Voorhees, Darren Goode, Robin Bravender and the rest of the energy team.
This will include:
*The latest energy headlines
*A subscriber-only afternoon briefing from Politico Pro Energy Editor Dan Berman.
The powerful male metaphors continue. Politico Pro subscribers will allegedly receive a “more muscular” version of Morning Energy. As with everything Politico, news comes insanely early. There will be a Politico Pro Morning Energy at both 6a.m. (for those who need their Morning Energy while they’re still dreaming) and 9 a.m. (for those who don’t need their Morning Energy before their shower and waffles).
The release instructs interested parties to contact Sales Director Poppy MacDonald.
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