Darren Weaver is a digital video producer for CNBC.com at the network's bureau in San Francisco.
Prior to CNBC, Darren worked at Business Insider as a producer covering technology. Previously he worked as an associate producer at Yahoo, producing videos for Yahoo's tech columnist David Pogue.
Darren holds a bachelor's degree in video production from Wilmington University in New Castle, DE and a master's degree in media studies from The New School in New York City.
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