Brian Braiker is the executive editor of Digiday, which covers rising trends in digital media and marketing. In previous lives he has been a staff editor at Newsweek, Rolling Stone, the Guardian, Parenting, Adweek, and others. He lives in Brooklyn, where he plays guitar and banjo in the band the DeLorean Sisters.
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