Saul Hansell is the founder and chief executive of Sii.TV, a startup video news company. From December 2009 to October 2011, he worked at AOL, first as the the Programming Director for AOL's Seed.com and then as Big News editor of AOL's Huffington Post Media Group.
Prior to joining AOL, he worked at the New York Times for 17 years, covering technology and before that banking. From 2007-2009, he was the founding editor of the New York Times Bits blog.
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|Nov 26, 2012||New York Observer - Best Tech Events This Week (Mashable Media Summit, BI Ignition, Dwolla Derby Jackpot Party, Sanitation Hackathon, TechDrinkup)|
|Sep 10, 2012||New York Observer - Best Tech Events This Week (Digital Money Unconference, NY Tech Meetup, Ignite NYC, NY Gaming, Investor Feedback Forum, Pinterest)|
|Nov 29, 2011||Tech2 - AOL's Armstrong: We're not chasing Yahoo - Tech2|
|Nov 11, 2011||New York Observer - Rumors & Acquisitions: Poach Motel and More @FakeDaveTisch Guesses|
|Nov 8, 2011||New York Observer - HuffPo’s Saul Hansell Makes Tracks for Betaworks|
|Aug 25, 2011||Gigaom - Steve Jobs’ resignation — what the web is saying|
|Aug 15, 2011||Mashable - Why the Google-Motorola Deal Is About More Than Mobile Phones|
|Aug 15, 2011||TechCrunch - Will Google Lure Microsoft Into The Cellphone Briar Patch|