Larry Dignan Named Editor-in-Chief of ZDNet and Editorial Director of TechRepublic.
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"ZDNet and TechRepublic provide millions of IT Professional all over the world with breaking news, in-depth commentary from some of the industry's leading experts, and a passionate community where they can connect with like-minded individuals. I look forward to working with both teams," said Dignan.
As editor-in-chief of ZDNet, Dignan will lead the editorial team in their coverage of the stories and events that impact today's business Today's Business is a show on CNBC that aired in the early morning, 5 to 7AM ET timeslot, hosted by Liz Claman and Bob Sellers, and it was replaced by Wake Up Call on Feb 4, 2002. professionals, as well as oversee the ZDNet blog network (1) An organization that hires people to write blogs. It sells advertising and owns the blogs. Examples of such commercial blog networks are www.engadget.com and www.b5media.com. See blog.
(2) An organization that serves as an advertiser intermediary for bloggers. , which features some of the most authoritative and well-respected voices in the IT community. As editorial director overseeing TechRepublic and ZDNet, Dignan will ensure that both sites remain essential must-reads for their distinct and complimentary audiences. Larry will also continue daily blogging Writing Weblogs. See blog. for "Between the Lines Between the lines can refer to:
"Since Larry joined ZDNet, he has been a key member of the editorial team, responsible for our news coverage and the successful blog network," said Greg Mason. "I couldn't be more pleased to have him overseeing the editorial direction of these two brands."
Dignan has more than 15 years experience as a reporter and editor. Before joining ZDNet in 2006 overseeing news and blogs, Dignan was executive editor of eWeek, where he led the online and print news operations for the magazine. Prior to eWeek, Dignan wrote for various publications including Baseline, a 1995 National Magazine Aware finalist and Grand Neal Award winner, where he edited the Baseline 500 issue and covered numerous topics at the intersection of technology and business including the technology rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina Editing of this page by unregistered or newly registered users is currently disabled due to vandalism. and various investigative reports An investigative report is a document that is meant to provide information on a certain topic that is not easily obtained. It is meant to present the reader with a wealth of easily understood information and usually contains an interview or two on the subject. about technology management large enterprises. Prior to Baseline Dignan reported for CNET News.com, CMPNet TechWeb, and more.
ZDNet is all about technology for your business. Millions of business professionals rely on ZDNet to learn more about ways to better leverage technology in today's business world. As a result, ZDNet has the largest audience of business technology influencers - more than any other business technology site.
TechRepublic provides millions of IT professionals with essential technical content dedicated to meeting their day-to-day demands for timely and relevant information. TechRepublic's members, representing all segments of the IT industry, turn to the site for the information, advice, tools and services they need to get their jobs done.
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