In The News
The Osder Group’s Founder and President, Elizabeth Osder is often quoted in the media including Wired, Businessweek, The New York Times and other publications as an industry expert on digital media, social media, marketing, reputation management, online journalism, new technologies and innovation.
In addition, Osder has been profiled in numerous television and print pieces chronicling 1974 achievement as the first girls to play little league baseball including features on Pure Oxygen, Lifetime Television, New York Daily News.
- Quoted and portrayed in editorial Newspapers could use a shot of Osder’s optimism, Columbia Daily Tribune, September, 12, 2008.
- Quoted in Who Killed the Online Journalism Review, PBS MediaShift, July 2008.
- Quoted in Arts and Crafts Find New Life Online Businessweek, January 14, 2008
- Quoted in Teen music fans driving explosive growth at Buzznet: Social Network,
Los Angeles Business Journal, August 2007.
- Quoted in “As Online News pioneer Elizabeth Osder once described the autodidacts’ credo: ‘everything I learned about the Internet, I learned on the Internet’,” Chip on Your Shoulder, Poynter Online, January 2007.
- Quoted in an article on the launch of Yahoo’s You Witness News, Have Camera Phone? Yahoo! and Reuters Want You to Work for Their News, The New York Times, December 4, 2006.
- Quoted in Populist news sites give readers what they want: New tools measure the buzz, helping online editors decide if a story deserves better play, San Francisco Chronicle, April 17, 2006
- Appeared on CNN News Night with Aaron Brown discussing Blogs and their importance during the Iraq War in Iraq, April 1, 2003
- Quoted in an article in the San Francisco Chronicle, “How the Medium Affects the Message,” January 2003.
- Quoted in an article in Wired News, “Blogs Make the Headlines,” December 2002.
- Profiled as an innovator and leading Internet editor in an early often-cited article on the Internet called Elizabeth Osder: Visions of an Accomplished Webmaster that appeared in Computer Mediated Communications Journal in 1995.