Education University of Montana
|Name Molly Wood|
|Full Name Molly Kristin Wood|
Born May 23, 1975 (age 40) (1975-05-23) Helena, Montana
Known for Technology Podcast Host
Notable work Buzz Out Loud The Buzz Report CNET Mailbag CNET Tech Review Molly Rants Blog Gadgettes Always On
Spouse Justin Eckhouse (m. 2004–2011)
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Molly Kristin Wood (born (1975-05-23)May 23, 1975) is the tech correspondent and backup host with Marketplace. She also co-hosts the spinoff podcast "Make Me Smart" with Kai Ryssdal. She has previously held positions as an executive editor at CNET.com as well as a writer for the Associated Press, MacHome Journal magazine, O'Reilly Media, and the deputy technology editor for the Business Day section of the New York Times. Wood hosted the "Gadgettes" podcast with Kelly Morrison and "The Buzz Report", a technology video news column that was published weekly. She has appeared in mainstream media shows such as Live! With Regis and Kelly, American Public Media's Marketplace, and CNBC's On the Money and was the co-host of the Buzz Out Loud podcast with Tom Merritt, then Brian Tong, which ended in early 2012.
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Molly Wood was born in Helena, Montana. She has a BA in journalism with a major in French from the University of Montana-Missoula. During her senior year (June 1996 - May 1997) she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Montana Kaimin, the daily student newspaper of the University of Montana. Upon graduation, she took a job as a reporter at The Missoulian. In July 1997, she joined the Associated Press, handling a variety of both general news and sports stories in the Western United States.
Wood is well known for being the host of CNET tech show Always On, in addition to her podcast "It's a Thing," an effort reuniting her with former BOL co-host Tom Merritt. She is also a guest commentator for American Public Media's programs Marketplace and the Marketplace Morning Report. On October 7, 2013, Wood announced she would leave CNET at the end of that month in order to pursue independent projects. She took part in several panels at CES 2014. In January 2014, Wood announced via her personal blog that she will be joining the New York Times. In March 2015, just over a year later, she announced that she was leaving the Times to report and serve as a Silicon Valley correspondent, along with occasional hosting, for American Public Media's Marketplace, a set of public radio programs about business and the economy.