Noah Robischon has been writing about the video game industry for the past eight years, most recently as a senior writer for Entertainment Weekly. After co-founding the online technology news website The Netly News in 1995, Robischon became a senior writer at Brill's Content magazine. His articles about digital music, privacy, censorship and interactive entertainment have appeared in Time, The New York Times, Business 2.0, Wired, The Gaming Industry News, The Discovery Channel Online and on the cyberculture website Smug. He also hosts a weekly Digital Living report for New York City's 24-hour cable channel NY1 News.
Robischon contributed to the "Convergence or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Hollywood" panel.