Although David has been consulting to corporations and coaching their teams since 1990, he usually better known for his most visible work in media.
Radio: David hosted the mold-breaking Internet Insider radio show for 6 years. Heard on the biggest radio stations in the biggest markets, David's show attracted the leaders in the tech industry and celebrities. After 9/11, David decided his radio skills would be best used for daily one-minute features. So he created Megabyte Minute, which now airs on XM, Sirius, American Forces Network, and dozens of radio stations throughout North America.
- Read the article in Broadcast and Cable Magazine, in which the publication calls David's radio affiliates impressive, and includes him in an exclusive group that includes the top radio hosts, including Rush Limbaugh, Casey Casem, Howard Stern, Dr. Laura, and Paul Harvey.
In print, David is a prolific writer with three weekly columns -- and occasional other features -- mostly about technology and business. His work is published weekly in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and picked up by newspapers and magazines across the United States. He is often quoted by leading publications, including Fortune, Gartner's New Science, AMA's Small Business Reports, C|Net, Dallas Morning News, CBS MarketWatch, and more.
He also hosts a TV magazine called "Personal Technology" in which he and his guests discuss the items that affect us at home and work.
As a consultant/coach, he has worked for companies large and small, including Apple, Avery, Bayer, Corel, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Microsoft, Motorola, Silicon Graphics, Verizon, and WordPerfect.
Prior to starting M. Masters Corporation, he held positions at several market leading companies in the computer industry.
David has won numerous awards and honors for marketing, sales, technology, business, and broadcasting.
David is an adjunct faculty member at Penn State University
David earned his MBA from Duke University (Fuqua) and BS from Yale University.
You can contact him at 412-531-4270 or by email