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[June 18, 2007]

Tom Wheeler, Former Head of CTIA and NCTA, Joins TMCnet Editorial Team

TMCnet News
 
Norwalk, CT (June 1, 2007) - Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC (News - Alert)) announced today that Tom Wheeler, managing director for Core Capital Partners and former president of both the CTIA and the NCTA, has joined the company as its newest contributing columnist for TMCnet, TMC’s industry-leading Web site covering communications and technology (www.tmcnet.com).

Wheeler’s column, entitled “Wireless Musings,” will appear monthly on TMCnet.

Prior to joining Core Capital Partners, Wheeler was president and CEO of the Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association (CTIA (News - Alert)). CTIA is the international organization that represents all sectors of wireless communications: cellular, personal communication services and enhanced specialized mobile radio. As president, Wheeler dealt regularly with the senior management of the leading telecommunications companies and worked at the forefront of telecommunications policy and business development.

Prior to his work at CTIA, Wheeler also served as President of the National Cable Television Association, the principal trade association of the cable television industry. NCTA (News - Alert) represents cable operators serving more than 90 percent of the nation’s cable television households and more than 200 cable program networks, as well as equipment suppliers and providers of other services to the cable industry.

Wheeler is also a frequent commentator on technology issues. His opinion columns have been widely published in major daily newspapers, including The Washington Post and Los Angeles Times. In 2000, Doubleday published Wheeler’s first book, Take Command: Leadership Lessons of the Civil War on the confluence of business, technology and leadership.

Wheeler is currently on the board of Earthlink, Telephia and WiderThan (News - Alert). In addition, he is the co-founder of SmartBrief, an electronic information service for vertical markets. Wheeler is chairman of the foundation for the National Archives, a former trustee of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts appointed by both Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

“Tom Wheeler and TMCnet are truly perfect together,” proclaimed TMC president Rich Tehrani. “Tom has such a unique perspective on the market. Very few individuals possess the ‘insider’s view’ of the wireless world. And with two million unique visitors reading 20 million pages on TMCnet every month, the site provides the perfect forum for his insight.”

For more information about TMC or TMCnet, please visit www.tmcnet.com.

About TMC
Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) publishes Customer Interaction Solutions, INTERNET TELEPHONY, Unified Communications (News - Alert), and IMS Magazine. TMCnet, TMC's Web site, is the leading source of news and articles for the communications and technology industries. Ranked in the top 4,000 most visited Web sites in the world by alexa.com*, TMCnet serves 20 million page views to two million unique visitors each month. TMC is also the first publisher to test new products in its own on-site laboratories, TMC Labs. In addition, TMC produces INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO, Communications Developer Conference, and Call Center 2.0 Conference. For more information about TMC, visit www.tmcnet.com. (*alexa.com is an amazon.com company that ranks Web sites by their traffic levels. Neither alexa.com nor amazon.com is affiliated with TMCnet.)

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