Only CED magazine brings you a dedicated staff of industry-savvy journalists to cover the emerging and perpetually changing world of broadband technology. These highly skilled scribes cover the news and uncover the trends that are driving and shaping this new world. CED is a must-read for both technical and management pros pursuing the latest in technology.
With more than 20 years of sales and consultative experience, including several years in the fields of IT/software and telephony, Rhonda is the Publisher and oversees Western Regional Sales for CED. Her experience includes IBM marketing and executive recruiting for national technology companies. Prior to joining CED, she was an independent sales consultant for software and technology companies in the Denver, Dallas and Seattle markets.
Brian Santo, a veteran broadband and technolgy editor and analyst, joined CED in March 2006 as Senior Editor. Santo joined with more than 20 years of experience covering the cable, broadband and technology industries. Most recently, Santo served as an analyst at Kagan Research, where he researched and wrote weekly and monthly reports on broadband technologies linked to cable, the telcos and DBS. His coverage also expanded into the wireless technology arena, primarily in the unlicensed spectrum realm of Wi-Fi, WiMAX and Bluetooth.
Prior to that, Santo was the technology editor of CableWorld, where his beat coverage included home networking, interactive television and digital TV. During his journalism career, Santo has also served as an editor of Electronic Engineering Times, the associate editor of IEEE Spectrum and the editor of Electronic News. Santo is based in his home office in Portland, Ore.
Mike Robuck began reporting on the telecommunications industry in 1999, covering a variety of subjects that ranged from business issues to technology, including cable modems, network infrastructure, IP telephony and the Internet service provider market. He's won several journalism awards in a variety of topics. His career has taken him through a number of local and national papers, including The Denver Business Journal, ISPWorld, BoardWatch Magazine and Communications Technology. Along the way, he's picked up experience with electronic publishing, including online news and newsletters and webcasts - both audio and video.