Brian D. Johnson is a trendsetter in high tech public relations and emerging computer-based media.
As early as 1994, Brian was profiled in Fortune, Ad Age, PC Week and Esquire magazines as an expert in Internet-based communications. He built the first website for CBS News and was the “reporter from cyberspace” for the CBS News program “Up To The Minute.” He continues pioneering computer-based media and three years ago built and maintained the first corporate weblog.
Brian has represented many of the world’s largest high-tech corporations. These include IBM, Digital Equipment Corporation, Novell, Yamaha, Hewlett-Packard and 3Com. He has served as vice president at Ketchum and Alexander Public Relations.
Currently, he’s a private consultant working with select clients on new types of communication and public relations issues -- mostly fomented by the internet. And, in his spare time, he's writing a theological novel about 9/11.