Tom Temin is a broadcaster, writer, editor and consultant who brings more than 35 years of business-to-business media experience to clients in media and information technology products and services.
Tom is co-host and managing editor of The Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Emily Kopp, a weekday morning news and talk program on Federal News Radio 1500 AM in Washington D.C. Tom and Emily report and analyze the latest news affecting the Federal government, and government contractors and the community in which they operate.
A frequent industry speaker, Tom continues to comment in online columns, discussing trends in government technology and management, topics on which he has particular expertise.
He also helps media companies refine their print and digital properties for greater market competitiveness. And he helps IT vendors improve their internal and external communications and with white papers and other materials.
Tom was executive vice president and editor-in-chief for PostNewsweek Tech Media, formerly an affiliate of the Washington Post Company. He was responsible for editorial content, in print and online, of the award winning Washington Technology and Government Computer News magazines as well as Government Leader and Defense Systems. As a journalist, he has covered a wide range of fields from basic industry to high technology manufacturing.
Government Computer Newsand Washington Technology were, during Tom’s tenure, consistent winners of Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards and other business-to-business journalism awards. GCN was the first magazine in its market to develop a Web presence in the mid-1990s. Tom chaired the editorial committee of the American Business Media trade association for two terms.
Tom has an excellent reputation not only for his skills as an editor but also as a public speaker and motivational leader.
Tom holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York and has completed the Stanford University Professional Publishing Course. He held various editorial positions at Cahners Publishing Company in Boston and in local newspapers in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.