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Managing Editor for Communities, UBM Tech
Member Since: 11/11/2013
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Tom Murphy, Managing Editor for Communities at UBM Tech, has helped define interactive media for over two decades as an entrepreneur, writer, editor, and manager. He's been writing extensively about technology and business since 1980, including semiconductors, SaaS, personal computing, mobile, finance, digital marketing, analytics, social media, and other technologies. He's been featured on CNBC, WNBC, many radio programs, webcasts, webinars, and videos. Tom is the author of Web Rules: How the Internet is Changing the Way Consumers Make Choices. He led coverage of technology and business globally as editor-in-chief for RedHerring.com, infoUSA.com, and Montgomery Research; was the founding managing editor of MarketWatch.com; served as the first Bloomberg News correspondent in Northern California;  and supervised the Northern California news desk for The Associated Press. Tom also has experience in sales, marketing, product development, and PR. A strong believer in community service, he's the founder of the award-winning nonprofit news community Newswire21.org and the over-40 community RedwoodAge.com.

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