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'''Kevin Murphy''' is an Editor at [[DomainIncite]].<ref>[http://domainincite.com/about/ domainincite.com]</ref>, which is a popular news source for the Domain Name Industry, and a suite of tools for professional industry participants to track industry trends.
 
'''Kevin Murphy''' is an Editor at [[DomainIncite]].<ref>[http://domainincite.com/about/ domainincite.com]</ref>, which is a popular news source for the Domain Name Industry, and a suite of tools for professional industry participants to track industry trends.
  

Latest revision as of 06:33, 11 July 2017

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Organization: DomainIncite
Region: Europe
Country: United Kingdom
Email: kevin [at] domainincite.com
Website:

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Twitter: TwitterIcon.png   @domainincite

Kevin Murphy is an Editor at DomainIncite.[1], which is a popular news source for the Domain Name Industry, and a suite of tools for professional industry participants to track industry trends.

He frequently reports on ICANN Meetings.[2]

Career History

Mr. Murphy is a former journalist. He has years of experience covering internet and domain name industry news. He has been the US Bureau Chief[3] with Datamonitor, reporting on the internet technology sector on a daily basis for Computer Business Review and ComputerWire.[4]

He usually contributes to publications like The Register[5] and Domain Name Wire.

He has been a staff writer for ComputerWire.[6]

In September, 2011 he took part in a London panel with Nominet CEO Lesley Cowley and ICANN CEO Rod Beckstrom. The panel was part of a larger tour by Beckstrom to spread awareness and knowledge of ICANN's new gTLD program.[7]

Publications

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