Jack Marshall is joining Digiday to lead its coverage of mobile media.
Jack comes to us from ClickZ, where he was a staff writer and focused on emerging platforms and technologies, including mobile, social and location-based marketing. He’s covered digital media and marketing for five years, originally in his hometown of London and subsequently in New York. He’s also freelanced for several music publications.
I’m glad Jack’s joining our team. Our goal is to be the top industry publication for authority, insight and honesty about the digital media industry. Jack’s shown he’s a great reporter who can sort what’s real from what’s not. He’ll be a great addition.
Jack starts at Digiday Oct. 3. He can be reached via email and followed on Twitter @jackmarshall.
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