If you have been a long-time, loyal EngineLabs fan, you may recognize his name.
Jason Reiss previously worked for Power Automedia and EngineLabs magazine and is returning, now with over 15 years of automotive journalism experience. Reiss’ work has also been featured in other prestigious titles including Hot Rod, Super Chevy, Race Pages, Fastest Street Car, Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords, and 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords.
He joins the editorial department as Executive Editor, Technical Content. His responsibilities will include managing and leading technical content across multiple Power Automedia publications, as well as Editor of EngineLabs.com.
“In addition to his position driving content as Editor of Engine Labs, Jason will play a central role in developing and managing the technical content at Power Automedia,” said Scott Parker, Director of Content & Strategy. “He will be a leader in the editorial department and I am really looking forward to the expertise that he will bring by returning to Power Automedia full-time. In addition, he’ll be assisting the Dragzine crew in covering the multitude of events that have made the site so popular, and manage our stable of project cars. With Jason on board, I know we will be able to push our brands to new heights.”
“I am excited to rejoin the Power Automedia team and EngineLabs specifically,” said Reiss. “But it’s not about me – our readers deserve the best content we can provide, and I’ll work every day to ensure that’s what we’re providing. The Power Automedia team is simply a superior choice when it comes to online magazine production, and I am excited to be a small part of that equation. It is my honor to helm EngineLabs and lead the charge as we continue to produce the compelling content EngineLabs readers have become accustomed to over the years.”
Follow Reiss’ writing on EngineLabs.com.