Introducing BroadbandCensus.com's People Column: Facebook Makes ChangesBroadband's Impact, Premium Content October 23rd, 2009
Winter Casey, Reporter, BroadbandBreakfast.com
Giving Tech A Voice
As Facebook increases its Washington presence, Andrew Noyes will be putting the pen down to join the company next month as manager of public policy communications. Noyes has been a reporter for National Journal Group since 2006 where he worked first for the now-dead Technology Daily publication, and later for CongressDaily. He also served as an associate editor for Communications Daily and associate managing editor for Washington Internet Daily. Noyes has a master’s degree in journalism and public affairs and a bachelor’s degree in public communication from American University. He has his own Facebook page so it might be time to send him a poke!
Also on the Facebook team is Tim Sparapani, director of public policy, and Adam Conner. Sparapani was a former senior legislative counsel from the American Civil Liberties Union.
Google has made a few small changes on its communications team.
In the portions of this story included below as premium content, BroadbandCensus.com describes some of the changes at Google, as well as other personnel changes in the government realm, and among major players in the broadband and communications realms.
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