Chris Green – Business and Technology Journalist, Analyst, Writer and Broadcaster
My Press Biography
One of the most recognisable figures in the world of technology journalism, Chris Green has been at the forefront of technology reporting in print, online and on TV and Radio for nearly 20 years.
At the end of 2008, Chris joined the European arm of Davies Murphy Group, after spending over two and three-quarter years as the launch Editor of the highly-respected UK business IT publication IT PRO. In addition to this role, Chris writes for a variety of magazines and online publications about business, finance, technology and motor racing. He also appears frequently as a guest business and technology commentator on television and radio for the BBC, CNBC, Al-Jazeera, Fox Business Network, CNN and NPR.
Prior to this, Chris worked for Computing, where he spent eight years as Technical Editor and Editor of its sister title Data Business. He has also worked for the Daily Mirror, Reuters, Today, Farnham Castle Newspapers, Emap, Cable & Wireless, Tindle Newspapers and Trinity Mirror Southern.
Chris has a background in IT journalism stretching 18 years, in both consumer and business IT. He has written for a wide range of titles including PC Pro, Mac User, Micro Mart, iGizmo, Mobile Computer, Know Your Mobile, Den of Geek, Amstrad Action, Amiga Format, PC Gamer, The Times, Network News, The Sunday Times, Network Solutions, Information Week, Personal Computer World, Computer Active, CU Amiga, Digital, What PC, The Guardian, Amiga Active, .Net Magazine, PlayStation Plus, PC Game Parade (Italy), Network News (Italy), Computing (Russia), Information Week (US), CM Corporate (Belgium) and Data News (Belgium). His specialist areas include networking & telecommunications, internet technologies, storage, security, office productivity tools and operating systems.
In February 2009, Chris was the lead author of the book The Ultimate BlackBerry Guide, available from Amazon and all good stockists.
Chris has a BA (Hons) Journalism degree from the University for the Creative Arts (UCA), formerly known as the Surrey Institute of Art & Design University College.