Frank Schroth, former My Town Matters publisher, to work as Editor in Chief at DroneLife

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Milton’s Frank Schroth shuttered MyTownMatters last summer. While Milton misses Frank’s updates about town, we congratulate him on his current endeavor.

“I’m thrilled to be joining the DRONELIFE team and have the chance to work with Alan Phillips once more!”

“Alan and I met at ZDNet where we built an editorial operations team that launched numerous web sites and online services. We also co-founded uLocate Communicatons (later Where Inc) which was an early pioneer in location based services. Covering the emerging and rapidly growing drone industry will be exciting and I am grateful for the opportunity.” –Frank Schroth

Best wishes, Frank!

Hopkinton, MA – January 4, 2016 – The UAV industry is changing at a rapid rate as new capital, technology and companies enter the next “wild, wild, west” for this emerging market. So too is the case at DRONELIFE.

Today, Alan Phillips announced that Frank Schroth will be taking over the reins as Editor-in-Chief of DRONELIFE.

Schroth is a twenty-five-year technology entrepreneur and executive. Prior to his new role, Schroth spent time at Ziff-Davis, ZDNet, Where.com, and most recently was editor and publisher of the hyperlocal news site MyTownMatters.

Shared from DroneLife. Read the full story: dronelife.com/2016/01/04/dronelife-announces-editorial-leadership-change/

1 Comment on "Frank Schroth, former My Town Matters publisher, to work as Editor in Chief at DroneLife"

  1. Elizabeth Thomas | January 7, 2016 at 9:22 am | Reply

    Congratulations Frank and Well done Dronelife. Frank is such a brilliant and gifted writer with a wealth of knowledge, surely to keep us all in the know. I am thrilled to know that this exemplary writer will continue to share his wealth of knowledge and expertise with us all. What wonderful news. Congratulations Frank.

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