Joe Anselmo

Joe Anselmo
Editor-In-Chief,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Joseph C. Anselmo became Editor-in-Chief of Aviation Week & Space Technology in 2013, leading a team of more than two dozen aerospace journalists in the U.S., Europe and Asia-Pacific.  

 

Anselmo has 27 years of experience as a Washington, D.C.-based editor and reporter, covering a wide array of business, political, military, space and technology issues at Aviation Week, Congressional Quarterly and the Washington Post Co. 

 

Under his leadership, Aviation Week has won numerous accolades for its in-depth reporting and deep dives into aerospace technology, including six Jesse H. Neal Journalism Awards and numerous Aerospace Media Awards.

 

In 2015, Anselmo helped spearhead a digital initiative that provides subscribers with fresh content every day via mobile phones, tablets or desktop computers. To mark Aviation Week's 100th anniversary in 2016, the publication's entire archive -- more than 440,000 pages of covers, articles and advertisements -- was digitzed into a searchable online archive.

 

During his reporting career, Anselmo won three Aerospace Journalist of the Year awards. A graduate of Ohio University, he was elected three times to the National Press Club’s Board of Governors, including one term as board chairman. 

Articles
Aviation Week’s Warning and the Founding of NASA Langley 9
In 1917 Aviation Week’s founding editors issued an urgent warning about the lack of preparedness of the U.S. to fight an air war. Such concerns prompted President Woodrow to take action, resulting in the establishment of NASA Langley.
Podcast: Hypersonics Wake-Up Call 3
After almost seven decades of development and testing in high-speed flight, the U.S. finally looked set to become the undisputed leader in hypersonics. What changed? Listen in as our editors discuss.
Podcast: Trump, Trade and the Internet of Things
In this week’s Check 6 with Accenture, we talk about President Donald Trump, international trade and the aerospace and defense sector, and impact of the Internet of Things on industry.
Embraer CEO Lays Out Commercial Aviation Battle Plan  10
Embraer CEO aims to grow MRO to a quarter of the company’s business as it targets Asia with the E2.
Embraer Focuses On E2, MRO 
On a recent visit to Washington, Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva, president and CEO of Brazilian aircraft builder Embraer, sat down for a roundtable with editors from Aviation Week & Space Technology.
Embraer Defense Starts Local And Grows Global 
CEO of Brazilian company plans to structure its defense unit with international sales of KC-390 in mind.
Sounding Board: Five Minutes With Embraer CEO Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva 
On a visit to Washington, Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva, president and CEO of Brazilian aircraft builder Embraer, sat down for a roundtable with editors from The Weekly of Business Aviation.
Promise And Peril: Raytheon CEO On The New Technology Revolution 7
Raytheon CEO Tom Kennedy talks to Aviation Week’s editors about its cyberbusiness and transformational technologies.
Embraer Chief Sees Long Slog Ahead in Business Jets  10
CEO puts profits over market share and sees Embraer well-positioned for the “Uberization” of business jets.
From The Editor: What Do You Think Of Aviation Week's 2016 Persons Of The Year?  17
Whether you agree with our selection of Carter, Kendall and Work or think it was a bad choice, we’d like to hear why.
Leader Spotlight: Tom Kennedy, CEO, Raytheon 
Raytheon CEO Tom Kennedy recently sat down in his office at the company’s Waltham, Massachusetts, headquarters with Aviation Week.
Podcast: AIA’s Dave Melcher on Tweeting and The Trump Transition 6
In an environment where a Tweet can move markets, the head of the Aerospace Industries Association is urging companies to stick to the facts.
Raytheon CEO: ‘We Don’t Get Into A Competition To Lose’  6
Tom Kennedy outlines why he thinks the U.S. Air Force will want the kind of low-risk T-X trainer Raytheon is offering.
Podcast: What Does a Trump Presidency Mean for Aerospace and Defense? 45
On Nov. 8, the U.S. elected Donald Trump its next president, as well as a Republican House and Senate. Aviation Week editors explain how they think those dynamics will shape the nation’s policy and spending choices in the short term and the long run.
Survey Says: MRO Is In Good Shape But Widebody Demand Is Weak 
There is little sign that weak demand will improve soon for older widebody aircraft such as the Boeing 777, 747-8 and Airbus A380.
Comments
Veteran Aviation Daily Reporter Baumgarner Dies
January 18, 2017

I was a space reporter at Aerospace Daily from 1993-95, and remember Jim well, as we shared the second-floor newsroom at 1200 G Street in Washington with Aviation Daily. He...

Opinion: The Uncomfortable Truth About Aviation Emissions
August 10, 2016

This rebuttal to Mr. Gelain's column was sent to Aviation Week by Michael Gill, executive director of the Air Transport Action Group in Geneva, Switzerland. All views...

Lockheed CEO On F-35, Sikorsky, Innovation And Trump
July 26, 2016

Sorry for the delay in responding to your question, I was out last week. We posed the question about Mr. Trump because of his comments about Muslims (banning them from...

Introducing Aviation Week’s Digital Archive
December 28, 2015

Thanks for commenting. Ah, those text-only CD-Roms are like 8-track music tapes compared to what you're going to see in our archives!

Mussolini’s Love Letters With Aviation Week
December 9, 2015

I don't see how you could interpret this post as "admiring." The point of it was that Aviation's editor was clearly misguided in his assessment of a man that turned out to be...

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