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Chris Riback (@chrisriback) is co-founder of Good Guys Media Ventures. As a recovering journalist, Chris hosts and produces many of our podcasts.
Chris’ Political Wire Conversations has been ranked No. 3 on iTunes News & Politics category. He also has served as guest host for a national show on the ABC radio network.
Chris started life as a journalist, working in broadcast news, print and web. Stops included CBS 60 Minutes and ABC News… as well as CBS Sports in the US and overseas.
Chris also served as a Managing Director at Citi in marketing, digital content and customer communications. In fact, he launched Citi’s first digital media network CitiMedia. He worked in Corporate, Institutional and Consumer banking, holding leadership roles in marketing, advertising & branding, and internal communications.
Taegan Goddard (@politicalwire) is co-founder of Good Guys Media Ventures. Taegan is a digital media pioneer — the founder and publisher of Political Wire, one of the earliest and most popular political websites. He also owns and operates Wonk Wire, Political Job Hunt and the Political Dictionary.
Taegan has launched more than a dozen successful digital media properties and has negotiated licensing and distribution agreements with some of the largest media organizations in the world, including the New York Times and The Economist Group.
Previously, Taegan spent more than a decade as managing director and chief operating officer of a prominent investment firm in New York City. He was also a policy adviser to a U.S. Senator and Governor.
Chris & Taegan are co-authors of You Won – Now What? (Scribner, 1998), a political management book hailed by prominent journalists and politicians from both parties.