Dylan Tweney is an award-winning writer, editor, and journalist.

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I’ve been a professional writer and editor for over two decades.

Professionally, I am the founder of Tweney Media, a content agency that helps companies communicate through blog posts, online magazines, podcasts, video, and more.

At VentureBeat, I managed a global news team of more than a dozen staff journalists and many freelancers from 2011-2015. During that period, the editorial staff doubled, while the site’s audience more than quadrupled, from 1.5 million to 6.5 million monthly visitors. I also wrote the site’s “Dylan’s Desk” column, a weekly series on Silicon Valley, the tech industry, and the impact of technology on business strategy.

Previously, I was a senior editor at Wired, leading the publication’s gadget and business blogs from 2007-20011. Prior to that, I worked at three different content startups and wrote widely read columns for national magazines Business 2.0 and InfoWorld.

Outside work, I founded tinywords, the world’s smallest daily magazine. It’s a haiku and micropoetry journal that’s been publishing more or less daily since 2000.

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