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Chervokas is the chief operating officer of New Paradigm Communications and political reporter for The Riverdale Press. He also served as venture partner at Primedia Ventures and taught journalism at Hunter College in New York City. Chervokas was co-host and co-producer of a nine-hour program covering George Clinton and compatriots called Funk Radio Thang.
Awards and honors
Chervokas co-founded @NY in 1995 with Tom Watson, a pioneering Internet publishing venture and the first publication to chronicle Silicon Alley. Since its launch, @NY has grown to more than 6,000. He is the author of the Uniform Hieroglyphic blog, and the creator of the popular American roots music podcast, Down in the Flood. His work has appeared in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Pulse!, Wired, The Absolute Sound, Goldmine, and Stereophile.
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- "The New York Cyber Sixty". New York. Vol. 28 no. 45. 13 November 1995. p. 44.
- Arikan, Andac T. (2008). "Institutional transformation during the emergence of New York's Silicon Alley". Entrepreneurship in Emerging Regions Around the World. Edward Elgar Publishing. pp. 101–102. ISBN 9781848441446.
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