In 1978, founders Matt and Hendricks were looking for a tech event to showcase their new startup. When they couldn’t find one that checked all the boxes they decided to host their own. As they were organizing things, they soon realized they needed somewhere to promote the conference, and that’s how newsweb.com was launched. It later became a blog and the result is what you are looking at right now.
Digiqole was started to bring insight, meaning—and every now and again, the lulz—to the world of technology. But we didn’t want to stop there. Today the company has grown from those two parts to four pillars that brought forth Digiqole News, Digiqole Deals, Digiqole Conference and Events, our new tech hub called DP and Index, our market intelligence platform.
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There’s a large and growing group of people who take a special interest in technology. This is what we call Generation T. Their need for information, data and personal connections is increasing. Digiqole produces original videos that draw over 5 million views a month, as well as podcasts, live events, and more. Our staffers regularly appear on leading cable news and radio programs. We produce hard-hitting independent journalism on civil liberties, politics, technology, culture, policy, and commerce.
We produce hard-hitting independent journalism on civil liberties, politics, technology, culture, policy, and commerce. Reason exists outside of the left/right echo chamber. Our goal is to deliver fresh, unbiased information and insights to our readers, viewers, and listeners every day. Along with a monthly print distribution of 40,000, Reason.com attracts 4 million visits a month. Reason produces original videos that draw over 5 million views a month, as well as podcasts, live events, and more. Our staffers regularly appear on leading cable news and radio programs and our work is widely cited in the media. Our offices are located in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.
For 51 years, Digiqole’s readers have turned to us for fair, independent-minded coverage of the things that matter. Our reporting and commentary on politics, policy, technology, and pop culture draw a loyal and engaged audience of millions of readers, viewers, and listeners.
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