• Years at WGBH: 1976-78
  • Position: Reporter/producer, “Ten O’Clock News”

From Michael Kolowich — 11/3/2007

I currently run a digital media production company, DigiNovations, which I founded in 2001 in Concord, Massachusetts.

Since leaving WGBH in 1978, I’ve had a pretty eclectic career before returning to media production:

  • MBA from Harvard Business School in 1980
  • Consultant and partner at Bain and Company from 1980-1985
  • Chief marketing officer at Lotus Development (the software company) from 1985-1988
  • Founding publisher, PC/Computing Magazine 1988-1991
  • Founder & president, Ziff-Davis Interactive (later ZDNet), 1991-1994
  • President AT&T New Media 1995-1996
  • CEO of Individual Incorporated (news filtering) 1996-1998
  • Co-founder of NewsEdge Corporation 1998-2001

But what can possibly compare to those pioneering years when we started the “Ten O’Clock News”?

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Michael Kolowich

Now CEO of KnowledgeVision Systems, a venture-backed startup that offers a video presentation platform for e-learning and marketing. The Ten O’Clock News training comes in handy when delivering demos like the one at this link: http://www.knowledgevision.com/demonstration.