|By Business Wire||
|August 18, 2014 07:10 AM EDT||
Center Ring Media today officially launched Senior Tech Insider, a website devoted to tracking new products, corporate news, regulatory affairs and research developments in the world of technology for seniors. It is updated daily, and top stories are distributed in a weekly news blast that is optimized for quick reading.
“With baby boomers preparing for long, active retirements, technology will be increasingly important to them. Senior Tech Insider is about using technology to help older consumers age in place, and live longer, more rewarding, and more independent lives,” said Dan Rosenbaum, president and editor-in-chief of Center Ring Media. “More than that, Senior Tech Insider tracks how technology helps those who care for seniors, frequently at a distance, to keep them informed about and involved in their loved ones’ lives.”
Karen Heyman, a San Diego-based science and technology journalist, is the editor of Senior Tech Insider. She has written for publications ranging from Outside to Science. In addition, Heyman has been a Science Journalism Fellow at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, and a science writer for the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California.
Senior Tech Insider is published by Center Ring Media, a newsletter publishing, content marketing, and events company. Readers can sign up to receive the newsletter at seniortechinsider.com.
Center Ring Media also publishes Wearable Tech Insider, which tracks wearable technology in general, and Health Tech Insider, which focuses on wearable technology in health and wellness. Top stories from both are distributed in weekly emails. For more information and to sign up for their newsletters, visit healthtechinsider.com and wearablesinsider.com.
About Dan Rosenbaum
An award-winning writer, camera-ready speaker, and 30-year technology journalist, Rosenbaum is a veteran of the news, print, and online publishing businesses with a long history of successfully launching and relaunching major editorial brands in print and online. In addition to serving as president and editor-in-chief of Center Ring Media, he writes Wearable Tech Insider.
About Center Ring Media
Based in Brooklyn, Center Ring Media specializes in editorial coverage and content marketing in the hyper-mobility market, including wearable technology, mobile health care and fitness, and assistive technology for seniors. For more information visit centerringmedia.com.
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