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Kara Swisher is an executive producer of Vox Media’s Code Conference, host of the Pivot podcast, and an editor-at-large for New York Media. In addition, she writes for the New York Times Opinion section and hosts the Sway podcast. She is a weekly guest on CNBC.

In addition, Swisher co-founded Revere Digital, the company that owns both Recode and Code, and presented the Recode Decode podcast for five years. Prior to that, he co-produced and co-hosted “D: All Things Digital,” a Wall Street Journal programme, with Walt Mossberg. It was a significant high-tech conference where prominent figures from the tech and media industries, including Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, were interviewed. Additionally, she and Mossberg co-executive edited the media and technology website AllThingsD.com.

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Swisher was employed at the San Francisco bureau of The Wall Street Journal. She authored the “BoomTown” column for many years, which could be seen on The Wall Street Journal Online at WSJ.com as well as the Marketplace section’s home page. In the past, Swisher contributed feature articles on technology to the publication in addition to covering breaking news regarding Internet policy and the key actors on the Web. She has also contributed a weekly piece titled “Home Economics” on household matters to the Personal Journal.

Swisher’s prior employment included positions as an editor for the Washington, D.C. City Paper and a correspondent for the Washington Post. She graduated from Columbia University’s School of Journalism with a graduate degree and the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service with an undergraduate degree.

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In July 1998, Times Business Books published “aol.com: How Steve Case Beat Bill Gates, Nailed the Netheads and Made Millions in the War for the Web,” a book written by Swisher as well. Crown Business Books released the follow-up in the autumn of 2003 under the title “There Must Be a Pony in Here Somewhere: The AOL Time Warner Debacle and the Quest for a Digital Future.” Her narrative of her years spent documenting the Internet’s ascent will be published in 2022.