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Meet Gawker’s New Managing Editor

noah_robischon_060407.jpgPart-one of Gawker Media’s two-part Lockhart Steele replacement is none other than … Noah Robischon, Gizmodo editor-at-large and self-proclaimed “gadget guy.”

Some more Google fun facts about Gawker’s new managing editor:

“I’m a gadget guy. For the past nine years I’ve been an editor and writer specializing in technology and entertainment. Check out my roundup review of digital music players in the March issue of Outside. My work also appears in The New York Times, Business 2.0, Stuff, GQ, People and Entertainment Weekly where I toiled as a senior writer for five solid years. You might also catch me on NY1 News doing a Digital Living Review each week.”

Noah Robischon has been writing about technology, entertainment and pop culture for the past decade. After co-founding and editing Time Inc.’s first daily news website in 1995, Mr. Robischon became a senior writer at Entertainment Weekly. While there he penned features on everything from Ken Burns’ acclaimed Jazz documentary to the gross-out antics of comedian Tom Green. He also spearheaded the magazine’s video game and technology coverage. His articles about digital music, movies, gaming and gadgetry have appeared in GQ, Business 2.0, Popular Science, I.D. and The New York Times.

Mr. Robischon was the story editor for the VH1 series “When Star Wars Ruled The World,” and an associate producer for Michael Moore’s Emmy award-winning series TV Nation. He writes and produces a weekly Digital Living segment that appears on NY1 News and is syndicated in five markets across the country, and has appeared on CNN, MTV, Discovery, E! and Extra. In addition, Mr. Robischon is a standing judge for both SpikeTV’s Video Game Awards and the annual E3 Game Critics Awards. Mr. Robischon is currently the editor-at-large of the gadgets weblog Gizmodo.

Part two, TK …

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