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Wednesday, 13 February 2008 07:24

Exodus from Inquirer leads to TG Daily

Written by David Stellmack

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TG Daily predicting world domination

News has reached us the Charlie Demerjian and Theo Valich, formerly of the Inquirer, have joined in the mass exodus from the new management, taking up residence at TG Daily.

Demerjian and Valich have been responsible for breaking major news over the past couple of years at the Inquirer and their departure had been the subject of industry gossip for some time. Back in January Mr. Mike Magee, Inq Editor in Chief, announced his departure, and he is expected to leave at the end of this month. All of this happens just a year after our own Editor in Chief, Fudo, also decided to jump ship from the Inquirer. 

While some had suggested that both Demerjian and Valich were making the rounds and offering their services to the highest bidder, the decision to move to TG Daily looks to be a solid move to a site that will allow them to continue to publish their hard hitting brand of humor to a tech community that is sorely in need of a good laugh every now and then.

The good news is that both Demerjian and Valich will be able to continue publishing their unique spin on tech happenings. We wish both the best of luck in their new endeavors.

Read more here.

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