What does Aram do?
Aram Zucker-Scharff is the Engineering Lead for Privacy & Security Compliance at The Washington Post. He previously worked on the Zeus team, helping publishers to maximize site performance and revenue. He has also worked on The Washington Post’s Ad Tech R&D and Big Data teams. Aram has developed open-source tools for publishers and consulted on content strategy and digital newsroom workflows. He was one of Folio Magazine’s 15 under 30 in the magazine media industry.
Where is Aram?
Mostly New York City, but you can also find him online at these places:
He has an email address that he uses but does not actively check at aramzs (at) hacktext (dot) com. Do not email it. Twitter DM preferred as point of contact.
Here’s how you pronounce his name:
Technology Solutions for Media Problems
Aram Zucker-Scharff is: out to find a better narrative for the world. He has built himself an understanding of new media, marketing and advertising from the ground up. By starting in the midst of the radical alteration of how we consume media, it has become clear that new media requires new methods of understanding.
Aram has previously worked as Salon.com’s full stack developer. His work has been covered multiple times in journalism.co.uk and he has appeared in The Atlantic, Digiday, Poynter, and Columbia Journalism Review. He has also worked as a journalist, a community manager and a journalism educator.
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