Anthony De Rosa

Assessing the Zynga IPO

By Anthony De Rosa
December 15, 2011

As Zynga prepares for the largest technology public offering since Google, I hash it out with Reuters’ tech editor Peter Lauria and reporter Liana Baker over Zynga’s estimated $9 billion valuation.

Republican candidates seem to live in an alternate reality

By Anthony De Rosa
December 12, 2011

There is plenty that GOP candidates could use as fodder to attack Barack Obama. An unemployment rate of 9 percent for much of his presidency seems like awfully low-hanging fruit. So why in the world are they bothering to question the president on things that have little basis in reality?

Interview with Dan Rather

By Anthony De Rosa
December 6, 2011

I’ll be interviewing Dan Rather of HDnet this evening at 8:30pm ET. Dan’s career spans over 50 years, he’s seen ten presidents come and go, reported on more than twenty conflicts and wars while on the ground from most of them. He was the longest tenured broadcast anchor and managing editor in television history, serving 34 years at CBS Evening News. Today he’s breaking new ground at HDnet, and syndicating to next generation convergence platforms like Blip.tv