Needham, MA (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Journalist David Pogue, an exclusive speaker with the American Program Bureau, is one of the media’s most visible science and technology gurus. After 13 years as a popular technology columnist at The New York Times, this esteemed industry veteran is moving to Yahoo to help oversee and expand the online giant’s consumer technology coverage.
The position at Yahoo further catapults Pogue as one of the preeminent speakers on today’s latest consumer technology. Along with his new role at the internet’s most visited website, Pogue is also a bestselling author, a columnist at Scientific America, a tech correspondent for CBS and current host of NOVA Science Now on PBS.
As a regular speaker at conferences and other events, Pogue’s unique presentations mix science, humor, entertainment and education to illustrate the latest technological trends and how they will impact society. A popular guest among schools, businesses and other organizations, Pogue is known for his engaging and energetic keynotes on topics as wide ranging as the transformation of modern mobile technology, America’s scientific future, information on the STEM fields and more.
Those wishing to have David Pogue speak at their event should contact American Program Bureau at 1-617-614-1600 for information on available dates and program topics. For more information on American Program Bureau, please visit http://www.apbspeakers.com. For a profile on Mr. Pogue, please visit http://www.apbspeakers.com/speaker/david-pogue.
About American Program Bureau
Since 1965, American Program Bureau has provided a platform for the world’s most innovative technology and science leaders to educate and inspire audiences. Today, APB’s distinguished roster includes luminaries such as Rick Belluzzo, Jared Cohen, Chris Hughes, Michio Kaku and more.
Since its founding, APB has grown to become the leader in the professional speaking industry, representing hundreds of speakers and serving thousands of clients worldwide. Today, APB represents the pinnacle of inspiring voices across the realms of government, business, technology, science, health and entertainment, including Mikhail Gorbachev, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Richard Branson, Michael Douglas and many others.