Nick Denton is publisher of Gawker Media, an independent media company, which includes Gawker, an online review of pop culture, and Wonkette, an analogous title for U.S. politics. Gawker Media, with properties in nine consumer categories, takes the weblog format and applies the business model of a traditional magazine.

Nick has been working in internet media since 1996, first writing on the subject for the Financial Times of London, then founding two companies in the late 1990s. First Tuesday, an internet-era events business with branches in 80 cities, was sold in 2000. Moreover Technologies, which is headquartered in London, provides news search technology to portals such as MSN, and corporate customers.

After graduating in economics from Oxford University, Nick began his career as a foreign correspondent for the FT, during the revolutions in eastern Europe. Later, while investment banking correspondent, he co-authored All That Glitters, the definitive account of the collapse of Barings Bank.

Summits Attended

iMedia Brand Summit

Bottom Line or Flat Line

iMedia Brand Summit

Marketing & Media Mash-Up: Managing Uncertainty & Change

iMedia Brand Summit

iMedia Brand Summit

My Articles

Demystifying Blogs 3

| Nick Denton

iMedia Summit attendees learn about the nitty-gritty of blogs and custom publishing from Gawker Media's publisher (final of three parts).

Demystifying Blogs 2

| Nick Denton

Gawker Media publisher leads an iMedia Summit breakout session discussion on the potential of blogging and custom publishing for marketers (second of three parts).

Demystifying Blogs

| Nick Denton

Gawker Media publisher defines blogging and custom publishing for an iMedia Brand Summit audience (first of three parts).