David Eisenberg

Boston, MA USA

Professional Experience

I’ve covered everything in Boston from the bureaucratic labyrinths preventing the construction of a $2.4 million skate park to the city’s police keeping tabs on peace activists. I’m comfortable with long form, blogging and hard news. Can write objectively. Can write with opinion and flair.


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2 Years
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Arts & Humanities
1 Year
1 Year
1 Year


Magazine - Trade magazines/publications (B2B)
1 Year
Online/new media
2 Years
Newspaper - Local/Regional
1 Year

Total Media Industry Experience

2 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

BDCWire (10+), BevNET (10+), Streetwise Media (10+)

Computer Skills

Word, Excel, HTML, Wordpress, Mac, Windows


Available upon request


Writing Samples

Legendary Boston hardcore band Bane announced its last album earlier this year. Here, I interview the lead singer about the bittersweet idea of breaking up after 20 years touring the world.
Four years ago, Four Loko was one of the most controversial - yet wildly successful - companies in America. While sales slipped after the company was effectively forced to tweak its recipe, it marches on despite remaining on political hit lists across the country.
After a decades-long battle, organizers of Boston's St. Patrick's Day Parade finally decided to let gay people march. Then they changed their minds.
Bars in Boston need licenses to allow dancing. One, which is allowed to play music, was shut down when some of its patrons were dancing. Its managers opened up about the lunacy of it all.
After raising millions to build a state of the art skate park beneath Boston's Zakim Bridge, the land designated for the project remains a barren, toxic dump a decade later.
Lagunitas is one of the nation's fastest growing craft brewers. Founder Tony Magee, as well as other industry professionals, explain how they've stood out in an increasingly saturated market.
When Boston's cab drivers began protesting Uber, the city's media took it as an opportunity to lambaste the cab industry. I argue here that they weren't given a fair shake in the debate.