Travis Bernard

Travis Bernard

Senior Director, Subscriptions and Audience Insights

Travis Bernard is a Senior Director at TechCrunch, focusing on subscriptions, audience insights, and audience development. Travis has been with AOL and TechCrunch since 2013.

Prior to joining AOL and TechCrunch, Travis worked on the agency side of marketing and advertising with LM&O and New Media Strategies (now Meredith Xcelerated Marketing) in Arlington, VA.

Travis is originally from Maryland, and he graduated from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN.

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TechCrunch’s 2016 Gift Guide

Coverage from Disrupt London 2016

TechCrunch Gift Guide 2016

Hands-on with Crosley’s extremely limited edition Commonwealth C10 turntable

Crosley has teamed up with renowned leather maker Moore & Giles to release a limited edition of its high-end C10 turntable. The special version of the C10 features a leather slip mat plus a layer

Windows Event 2016

Watch all six episodes of the series Trust Disrupted: Bitcoin and the Blockchain

Our latest video series explores the world of bitcoin and the blockchain, and you can now watch all six episodes on YouTube and TechCrunch.com. The series features Nathaniel Popper, a New York Times

The biggest problem with Snapchat’s geofilter product

Snapchat’s current geofilter product is a nightmare for event managers, brands, and any commercial business because anyone can coat-tail or hijack the space. Let’s say you’re holding a p

Full coverage from Disrupt SF 2016

Exclusive: Deleted scenes from HBO’s Silicon Valley 

Before Mike Judge took the stage at Disrupt SF today, the crowd was treated with 4 minutes of deleted scenes from the most recent season of HBO’s Silicon Valley. There are some fun extra cuts 

How to watch Disrupt SF 2016

Everyone has a different preference for how to watch Disrupt, so we're giving you tons of options. Here's what's on deck for the show.

The Fluance RT81 is a high quality entry-level turntable at a bargain price

The RT81 is a higher end, entry-level turntable. It will cost you a little bit more than some of the $100 plastic entry-level turntables out there, but it's much higher quality both in terms of appear

Watch our short video recaps of Disrupt NY 2016

Disrupt NY 2016 has come to an end, and our video team put together three short videos that summarize each day of the event.

TechCrunch Disrupt NY will be the first major media conference to stream on Facebook Live in full

We're excited to announce that we're using Facebook Live to make Disrupt NY the first major media conference live streamed in its entirety — with TV-quality production — on Facebook. Delivering a

Buy a Disrupt NY ticket, get a free Amazon Echo

Disrupt NY is right around the corner, and to build excitement for the event we're giving away some swag. Starting today, the first 30 people that buy tickets for Disrupt NY will receive a free Amazon

TechCrunch launches a personalized news recommendations bot on Facebook Messenger

We're excited to announce the launch of the first cross-platform and personalized news recommendations bot on Facebook Messenger. The bot is part of Facebook's "Agents for Messenger" program revealed

11 TechCrunch stories you don’t want to miss this week

This week, Tesla unveiled a brand new model, Oculus Rift shipped, Snapchat saw a major upgrade and the Apple vs. FBI case came to a close. These are this week's top tech stories you don't want to miss

13 TechCrunch stories you don’t want to miss this week

It was a busy week filled with tall things Apple, GCP NEXT, and Y Combinator Winter Demo Day. Next week we'll have coverage of Microsoft Build, Tesla's unveiling, and more. Until then, here are the to

Trax & Wax is a vinyl subscription service for those craving that fresh, underground dance sound

Launched this week, London-based startup Trax & Wax is the first vinyl subscription service focused on sub-genres within dance music. It works with the most prominent distributors of dance music i

11 TechCrunch stories you don’t want to miss this week

From self-tying shoes and an algorithmic feed on Instagram to Playstation VR and Spoonrocket shutting down, here are eleven stories you don't want to miss this week.

Check out the new AI-powered TechCrunch news bot on Telegram messenger

We're excited to announce the launch of our first artificial intelligence-powered news bot on the encrypted messaging platform Telegram. We teamed up with Chatfuel to build the bot, and after a month
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