PORTLAND, ORE – JANUARY 6, 2014 - Today Digital Trends, a leading consumer technology publisher, announces that Andrew Budkofsky has joined as Executive Vice President of Sales and Partnerships effective January 1, 2014. Based out of Digital Trends New York, Budkofsky will lead sales and partnerships for Digital Trends, the Digital Trends Media Network and […]
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