Vin Crosbie is president and managing partner of Digital Deliverance.
Forbes, Folio, The Economist, Digital Media, Bostonian, PressTime, American
Journalism Review, Columbia Journalism Review, IDEAS magazine, Voice of
America, Business Radio Network, Liberation in Paris, and Le Temps in Geneva
have reported on his work. His work also is the subject of a chapter in
Editor & Publisher Magazine's Digital Delivery of News: A How-To Guide for
The fifth generation of his family in the newspaper business, Crosbie is a
product of the Rochester Institute of Technology. He was an executive with
Reuters and the old United Press International, and was the first director
of online publishing for News Corporation. He was one of the pioneers at
Freemark Communications in Cambridge, Massachusetts, who invented the
concept of free e-mail. He is a co-author of Internet World's Guide to
Webcasting. He served on the Interactive Services Association's Ad Hoc
Consumer Privacy Task Force.
Crosbie founded Digital Deliverance in 1996 to provide international
publishers with strategic consulting on interactive publishing, with
specific expertise in solicited "Push" media such as HTML E-Mail, Short
Messaging Systems, WAP/PCS, E-Books, and PDF remote digital delivery &
printing applications. He also is co-founder and chairman of PublishMail LLC
in Boulder, Colorado, and was a founder of Paradigm-TSA. As New York
Software News said in 1999, "Vin Crosbie Paid His Dues".
A resident of Greenwich, Connecticut, Crosbie is a member of the
International Newspaper Marketing Association, New York New Media
Association, Newspaper Association of America New Media and Circulation
federations, Internet Society, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and
Numbers, an executive member of the World Association of Newspapers, and a
participant in the NetAcademy for Media Management at the University of St.
Gallen, Switzerland. He has been a juror for Editor & Publisher's
international EPpy interactive publishing awards contest and for many years
has been the sole North American among the judges of the Interactive
Publishing TOP contest in Europe.