Ernie Sander

Prior to GigaOM, Ernie was executive editor of paidContent and ContentNext Media, which he joined in 2008 as managing editor. He also was deputy editor in the Media and Technology Group at The Wall Street Journal. Before that, he helped launch two new sections of the WSJ -- Personal Journal and the Saturday edition of Weekend Journal. And prior to that, Ernie was based in Hong Kong for Dow Jones, where he was the Page One editor of The Asian Wall Street Journal. He started his career as a reporter and editor at The Associated Press.

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Ki Mae Heussner is the newest member of GigaOM New York team. Along with Ryan Kim and our PaidContent colleagues, we are ramping up coverage in the big city. Our focus is the startup ecosystem, changing media landscape and the movers & shakers. Read more at GigaOM »

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We’re looking for an energetic and enterprising reporter to cover startups in Silicon Valley for GigaOM and paidContent. Sure, like any othe… Read more »

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Yes, it’s true: We are joining GigaOM. And the combined group will be a powerhouse, with more than 20 writers and editors, a strong pr… Read more »

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I’m pleased to announce that Tom Krazit is our new Mobile Editor. Tom comes to us from CNET, where he covered various high-profile beats –… Read more »

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You may have noticed that we’re now featuring (starting on the homepage and continuing inside) a series of lists highlighting popular conten… Read more »

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The digital era has created a whole new set of complex legal issues for publishers– from copyright to privacy to Net Neutrality — and how… Read more »

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Do you break news on important stories? Have insights on those stories that get people talking? Can you juggle deadline reporting/writing wi… Read more »

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Do you break news on important digital-media stories? Have insights on those stories that get people talking? Are you comfortable with numbe… Read more »