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Andrew Nusca is a media professional and journalist based in New York City. Since 2013, he has been a senior editor at Fortune. He also serves as co-chair of the Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen, Colorado.

Between 2008 and 2013 he was an editor, writer, and product manager for ZDNet, the editor of SmartPlanet, and a regular contributor to CNET and CBSNews.com.

He has written for GQNew YorkRevolverDRUM!CBS MoneyWatchThe Huffington PostEditor & PublisherNew York PressPlanPhilly, and CNNMoney.com. Early in his career, he was an intern at Men’s VoguePopular Mechanics, Money, and the New York Daily News.

He is a graduate of New York University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and is a former news editor and columnist at the Washington Square News. He was the drummer in hard rock band Dibble Edge, which released its final album, The Ageless & The Insane, in 2007.

A native of Philadelphia, he now resides in Brooklyn with his wife, Larisa.

Andrew has made appearances on Fox News’ On the Record with Greta Van SusterenCNBC’s Power LunchBloomberg TVAgence-France PresseCBS Radio, TWiT’s Tech News TodayTechViTechRepublic’s The Big Question podcast, KCBS San Francisco 106.9FM, The Digital Spin with Mario Armstrong on WEAA Baltimore 88.9FM, The Jeff Farias Show on KXXT Phoenix 1010AM and CJAD Montreal 800 AM.

At Fortune, he regularly appears on Fortune Tech Debate and Fortune Live.

He has also been quoted in the New York TimesMashablePBS MediaShiftMediaiteMediabistroZagatThe Irish Times, the San Francisco ChronicleThe Detroit News, the Milwaukee Small Business Times, the Houston Chronicle’s Beltway Confidential10,000 WordsPhilebritySeattlestThe ASNE Reporter, and Technical.ly Philly. He has been a guest lecturer at Villanova University and Arcadia University and has presented on the future of news at BarCamp NewsInnovation in Philadelphia.

Between 2006 and 2013, he wrote The Editorialiste, a media criticism blog.

Photograph by Virgil Bastos for Fortune.