Welcome Hayden Beeson to Lightwave

Jan. 11, 2024
He will work on articles and features related to the broadband services industry.

If you have yet to notice, Lightwave has a new team member: Hayden Beeson. 

Hayden Beeson joined the Lightwave team as associate editor at the beginning of the year, working alongside Editor-in-chief Sean Buckley.

He is a writer and editor with over seven years of experience in various industries. Before joining Lightwave, he was the associate editor of Architectural SSL and LEDs Magazine. 

He will also be the associate editor of Lightwave’s sister publication Broadband Technology Report (BTR).

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About the Author

Sean Buckley

Sean is responsible for establishing and executing the editorial strategies of Lightwave and Broadband Technology Report across their websites, email newsletters, events, and other information products.

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