Dave Lee is a London-based journalist with a solid experience in news reporting, sports writing, and high-end multimedia production. He specializes in technology, sports, social media, start-ups, UK technology scene, security, piracy, and government policy. He currently covers technology and sports news primarily for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) News website, but with select content being used across the entire BBC, including on Radio 4 and the BBC World Service. He also serves as co-editor of the BBC Internet Blog. He has made live appearances on BBC radio to discuss key technology stories.
Prior to working at the BBC, Dave was a blogger at Press Gazette for a period of five months. He was also an online writer at Sky News Online where he wrote news stories focusing on national and technology news. He was also a writer at The Guardian where he sourced and wrote feature for graduate work in the Middle East, wrote feature on part-time computer salesmen for Technology supplement, wrote opinion piece for Technobile in Technology supplement, and contributed to Sport supplement with opinion piece about MyFootballClub.com. Dave graduated from the University of Lincoln with a B.A. in Journalism.
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Lincoln University, BS Journalism
The inside story of the first iPhone
Dave Lee on the benefits of starting your career in Dubai
Social networking sites are having to devise policies to deal with the death of a user - and some are getting it more right than others