John Williamson BSc has been involved with the telecom industry for longer than he cares to remember. He's worked for trade publications such as Telecommunications International, Communications Engineering International, the Telephony group and Public Network Europe. Other writing credits include: The Financial Times, The Guardian, The International Herald Tribune, The Middle East Economic Digest, Newsweek, The Daily Telegraph, The Times, and The Wall Street Journal. He's also advised The World Bank on telecommunications in the developing world.
Ian Channing has been in technical journalism since 1968. Since the early 1980s he has specialised in wireless technology and mobile communications. He was the founding editor of the industry's premier mobile communications magazine, Mobile Communications International. As a freelance since 1989, Ian Channing has written on mobile and wireless subjects for a wide variety of national and international media including the Financial Times, The Times, The Wall Street Journal, The International Herald Tribune and Newsweek, as well as many business-to-business and mobile communications titles.
Kendrick Struthers Watson started out writing on telecommunications in 1982 BC (Before Cellular) when he launched Mobile Telecommunications News, the UK ’s first magazine dedicated to the subject. He was a triallist on the then upcoming Cellnet (now Telefonica) national analogue cellular network before it launched in January 1985. As one of the few remaining journalists to have experienced the growth of mobile communications he has a deep understanding of the global industry and was responsible for producing the first-ever Show Daily publication for the annual GSM Conference when it first went to Cannes . Past positions include global editor of Telecommunications’.
Paul Skeldon is a freelance editor, podcaster, videomaker and mobile telecoms expert. He is currently editor of the leading mobile in retailing news source M-retailing.net at Internet Retailing magazine, managing editor of leading mobile content and billing media and events house World Telemedia and is the co-founder and creator of Europe's first interactive webizine, Mobiledotcoms. Paul has also written for major newspapers and magazines on mobile and its role in business and lifestyle and he can be regularly found chairing mobile conferences around the world.
Stuart Willett has worked in the publishing industry for 25 years, the last 12 of which have been within the mobile media marketplace. Having launched more than 25 different titles and websites with organisations such as Informa, GSM Association, Nokia Siemens and UK Trade & Investment, Stuart is currently advising Frankfurt Messe on mobile events as well as publishing Mobiledotcomms, the world’s first digital interactive magazine for the mobile industry.
Madeline Williamson has been involved in various telecom-related projects for the past 25 years or so. She has helped out with Global Telephony, as well as being a production editor for several Financial Times newsletters. She currently manages the UK arm of a Florida-based PR company and assists with updating and editing a communications yearbook.
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