John Blackledge

Managing Director, TMT - Internet

Re-commerce

John Blackledge is a managing director and senior research analyst who covers the Internet and new media sector. Prior to joining Cowen in August 2012, he was a vice president covering Internet stocks at Credit Suisse for more than three years. Before joining Credit Suisse, Mr. Blackledge spent six years at JPMorgan, where he was a vice president covering the entertainment, broadcasting, and cable/DBS sectors before assuming research coverage of radio, TV, and outdoor stocks. Earlier in his career, he held positions at ABN AMRO, CIBC, and Arthur Andersen. Mr. Blackledge has a BS degree with a major in accounting from Georgetown University.

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