Why We’re Here
Technically Media is an online publishing strategy firm.
We are best known for our local technology news sites, including Technically Philly and Technically Baltimore, which are largely funded by Philly Tech Week and Baltimore Innovation Week, respectively, in addition to other events.
Additionally and separately from our independent editorial work, we have taking lessons on building audience elsewhere.
Our consulting work focuses on the building better audiences through content, editorial and social media strategy, in addition to innovating news in revenue and engagement.
Our mission is empowering, expanding and bolstering new and existing content creators and instilling an understanding of authentic audience growth with the journalistic ethics of transparency. At heart, we are journalists.
Simply we build better audiences.
What We Do
Founded in February 2009, TM’s small, focused, innovative team operates in two broad and related functions: content and editorial strategy.
Technical.ly â€” Our flagship work is with Technnical.ly, a local technology news network that launched in 2009 with Technically Philly. TheÂ mission is to make cities better through technology. (Read more about our journalism projects.)
Consulting â€” Our client work focuses on web publishing, primarily in editorial and social strategy. (Read more about our consulting work.)
Where We Do
Technically Media Inc. is an incorporated business in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Officially based in the Fishtown neighborhood, we have offices in Center City Philadelphia.
Technically Media was founded in 2009 by three young journalists, with backgrounds in technology, business and work-flow innovation.
Brian James Kirk | firstname.lastname@example.org
Lives: Point Breeze, South Philadelphia.
Philosophy: Don’t talk about it; do it.
When you see Brian ask him about: Early 90’s punk rock / biking / coffee.
Kirk, a co-founder, handles business development, marketing and product development for the Technical.ly network, developing new partnerships, building brand identity and coordinating events and projects. He manages efforts like Philly Tech Week and Connect Philly. Kirk is a graphic designer at heart, responsible for making sure that even the company’s spreadsheets are pretty. In his spare time, he’s actively seeking the best bar in South Philly.
Christopher Wink | email@example.com
Lives: Fishtown, Philadelphia.
Philosophy: No judging in brainstorming.
When you see Chris ask him about: Philadelphia politics.
Christopher Wink is a co-founder and full-time partner with Technically Media, where he is editor of the Technical.ly local technology news network.Â He writes regularly about news innovation and best business practices on his blog here. In his free time, the bicyclist commuter contributes to hyperlocal news site NEast Philly and launched the Story Shuffle story series.
Sean Blanda |Â firstname.lastname@example.org
Lives: South Philadelphia.
Philosophy: Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the finished.
When you see Sean ask him about: The Philadelphia Eagles.
Co-founder Blanda transitioned out of day-to-day company responsibilities in May 2012. In his three years with the company, he led IT for the company, venture capital coverage for Technically Philly and was project manager for client National Constitution Center.