Mike Butcher writes blogs about media, mobile, technology and society at mbites.com, (in between trying to teach his 1 year old son to play guitar).
1994: Started writing about the Net.
1996: Joined New Media Age magazine.
1998: Editor of NMA Jan 1998 - June 2000
(re-launching it from a 14 page newsletter into a full-blown magazine)
06.2000: Senior editor (news) of US-owned Industry Standard Europe
until April 2001
2001: Freelance writing for The Financial Times, The Times,
The Guardian, Broadcast, Marketing Week, New Media Age and Media Week among others. Also working with Ericsson on broadband TV project.
2004: Currently: Technology columnist for The Irish Times
and writes the e-business column for E-Consultancy.com.
Commentated on new media issues - including David Beckham's texting
habits for BBC News (TV and radio), Sky News, Channel 4, GMTV, CNBC, Bloomberg and LBC.
2004: Currently Editor of Netimperative.com.
Comment submitted by Tom
Mike Butcher is the UK's leading new media journalist and is something of an industry legend. However, Mike has been much more than simply a superb chronicler of the last decade. As commentator, futurologist and passionate advocate he has helped to shape today's new media industry, and has got a better idea than almost anyone of where we will be tomorrow.