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Adam Turner

Adam Turner

Technology Writer

Contributor for Fairfax Media's The Age and Sydney Morning Herald.

With 20 years' experience, Adam Turner is an award-winning Australian technology journalist, corporate writer, and long-time columnist for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald. He has contributed news, opinion, features, reviews, blogs, and video to a wide range of consumer and business technology publications. As a consumer technology writer, Adam's specialty areas include the smart home, digital entertainment, and mobility. As a business technology writer, he covers the gamut from small business to enterprise, both as a journalist and as a corporate writer, producing white papers, case studies, special reports, sponsored content, blog posts, content marketing, ghostwriting, and thought leadership.

Journalism
Technology Journalism
Technology Content
Corporate Writing
Newswriting
Business Content
Feature Writing
Blog Writing
Business Technology Content
Consumer Technology Content
Publishing
Case Studies
Content Marketing
Ghostwriting
Thought Leadership
Adam Turner

Adam Turner

Contributor for Fairfax Media's The Age and Sydney Morning Herald.

Technology Writer

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Employment Highlights

Journalist & Corporate Writer

Independent

March 2005 - Present (16 years 6 months)

Journalist

Fairfax Media

January 1998 - March 2005 (7 years 2 months)

Education Highlights

Bachelor's Degree, Journalism

Deakin University

January 1995 - December 1996 (1 year 11 months)

Associate's Degree, Professional Writing & Editing

Victoria University

January 1993 - December 1994 (1 year 11 months)

Portfolio

Microsoft white paper

BBC Future

BBC Storyworks: Understanding and adapting cognitive business solutions to drive innovation.

Risk Leaders’ Roundtable: Balancing Risk – the Fine Line That Can Make or Break an Organization

DirectIndustry e-Magazine

Adam Turner, Author at DirectIndustry e-Magazine

Blog

Adam Turner, author at GoDaddy

ARQ Group white paper

Microsoft white paper

BBC Future

BBC Storyworks: Understanding and adapting cognitive business solutions to drive innovation.

Risk Leaders’ Roundtable: Balancing Risk – the Fine Line That Can Make or Break an Organization

DirectIndustry e-Magazine

Adam Turner, Author at DirectIndustry e-Magazine

Blog

Adam Turner, author at GoDaddy

ARQ Group white paper

Resume

Journalist & Corporate Writer

Independent

March 2005 - Present (16 years 6 months)

  • Worked as a technology journalist, corporate writer, and long-time columnist for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald. 
  • Contributed news, opinion, features, reviews, blogs, and video to a wide range of consumer and business technology publications such as Livewire, M Magazine, CRN, Information Age, Sound+Image, Australian Macworld, Next, IoT Hub, Technology Spectator, DirectIndustry, AeroExpo, Acuity magazine, Executive Traveller, ITWire, SearchVOIP, Gov Tech Review, Delimiter, BIT, Roam, Samara Magazine, PC Update, Finder.com.au, and TechLiving, among others.
  • Wrote on areas including smart home, digital entertainment, and mobility.
  • Covered the gamut from small business to enterprise, producing case studies, special reports, sponsored content, blog posts, content marketing, ghostwriting, and thought leadership.
  • Produced multimedia content such as podcasts and videos for media and corporate clients.

Journalist

Fairfax Media

January 1998 - March 2005 (7 years 2 months)

  • Worked as a staff writer with The Age and deputy editor of the business technology section, Next.
  • Produced case studies, special reports, sponsored content, blog posts, content marketing, ghostwriting, and thought leadership.

Education

Bachelor's Degree, Journalism

Deakin University

January 1995 - December 1996 (1 year 11 months)

Associate's Degree, Professional Writing & Editing

Victoria University

January 1993 - December 1994 (1 year 11 months)