Resume/Curriculum Vitae of Drew Clark

I keep my “living” resume on LinkedIn. Feel free to visit my page, and invite me to connect! This resume/curriculum vitae is for reference purposes. Ultimately, it will contain a complete list of my employment and other professional engagements.

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Summary:

Top technology journalist based in Washington. Founder and Executive Director of BroadbandCensus.com, and host of Web site DrewClark.com. Assistant Director of the Information Economy Project, George Mason University School of Law. Deep and broad knowledge of current controversies and top people involved in broadband, intellectual property, privacy/surveillance, free speech issues, and mobile communications. Highly articulate speaker, and strict moderator of panel discussions in the telecommunications, copyright and privacy debates.

 

Specialties:

Law in the digital age: broadband, broadcasting, cable regulation, copyrights, cybercrime, free speech, homeland security, Internet law, Net Neutrality, mobile communications, patents, privacy, telecommunications and wireless.

 

 

Experience:

Executive Director at BroadbandCensus.com

(Privately Held; 1-10 employees; Online Media industry)

December 2007 – Present ( 6 months)

America has a need for better information about broadband. The country needs to know where high-speed Internet service is available and where it isn’t. It also needs to know about broadband speeds, and broadband prices. See BroadbandCensus.com

 

 

Telecom, Media and Technology Journalist at DrewClark.com

(Privately Held; 1-10 employees; Online Media industry)

October 2007 – Present ( 8 months)

Top telecom, media and technology journalist, with tight focus on the politics of the information economy. See DrewClark.com, where I explore the digital convergence of broadcasting, satellite, cable, wireless, telecommunications and technology.

 

 

Senior Fellow and Project Manager at Center for Public Integrity

(Non-Profit; 11-50 employees; Online Media industry)

August 2006October 2007 (1 year 3 months)

Headed a project devoted to news on telecommunications, media and technology for non-profit investigative journalism organization. Supervised a three-million-record database allowing all Americans to see who owns the media and communications networks within your ZIP code at www.publicintegrity.org/telecom. Investigative reports at www.publicintegrity.org/telecomwatch

Filed Freedom of Information Act lawsuit to obtain information about local broadband availability.

Initiated a partnership with Congresspedia , jointly creating a “portal” devoted to telecommunication, media and intellectual property policy.

Drafted Media Tracker policy license that allows individuals to SHARE and REPRODUCE the Media Tracker data so long as they give proper ATTRIBUTION to the Center and do so only for NON-COMMERCIAL uses. See the license.

 

 

Contributing Editor at National Journal’s CongressDailyAM

(Online Media industry)

May 2004August 2006 (2 years 4 months)

Contributing Editor for twice-daily paper and Interent publication devoted to the business and politics of Congress. Proposed, created and wrote biweekly “Wired in Washington” column for CongressDaily AM.

 

 

Senior Writer at National Journal’s Technology Daily

(Privately Held; 201-500 employees; Online Media industry)

November 1998August 2006 (7 years 10 months)

National Journal’s Technology Daily is one of the first online news sources to cover the intersection of technology with politics and policy, and more information is available at www.technologydaily.com

 

 

Staff Writer at American Banker Daily Newspaper

(Public Company; 201-500 employees; Newspapers industry)

June 1996October 1998 (2 years 5 months)

Reported on emerging technologies in electronic commerce, home banking on the Web, bank merger integration efforts, and preparations to combat the Year 2000 computer bug.

Education:

 

 

George Mason University School of Law

J.D., Law, 20062010 (expected)

Activities and Societies: Moot Court Board, 2007-2008

 

 

Columbia University

M.S., Journalism, August 1995May 1996

 

 

Swarthmore College

B.A. with Honors, Major in Philosophy, minor in Economics, 19831987

Activities and Societies: Editor-in-Chief, The Phoenix, 1985-1986
Parliamentary Debate Society, 1983-1986
Coordinator, Budget Committee, 1983-1985