Liz Gannes most recently covered Google, startups and trends in innovation for AllThingsD.com, where she also co-produced the D: Dive into Mobile conference.
She has been a Silicon Valley-based business technology reporter since 2004, where she started her career at Red Herring. Liz was the second employee at the technology blog network Gigaom, where she covered the rise of the social Web. As part of Gigaom, in 2006, Liz founded NewTeeVee, a site that became the preeminent source for news and analysis about Internet video and the intersection of entertainment and technology.
She graduated from Dartmouth College, with a degree in linguistics.
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