Our Team

Laurie Segall

Laurie Segall,
Founder, CEO

Laurie Segall is a journalist and entrepreneur. As CNN’s senior technology correspondent, she interviewed the world’s most influential leaders, winning numerous awards for her investigative reporting. After a decade covering tech, Segall is the founder of Dot Dot Dot, a media venture exploring technology through the human lens.

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Derek Dodge

Derek Dodge,
Cofounder, COO

Derek Dodge is a producer and filmmaker with over fifteen years experience working for news and entertainment brands like CNN, Discovery, and MTV.

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Jack Regan

Supervising Producer

Jack Regan got his start at CNN as an intern on the fledgling tech beat. Over the next five years he helped CNNMoney (now CNN Business) become a major player in the tech media landscape, breaking exclusive reporting and producing high-profile interviews with the likes of Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk.

After leaving CNN, Jack joined NBC News to help launch the company’s OTT streaming service, NBC News NOW. There, he tackled the tricky problem of merging digital and traditional linear storytelling to create live news programming for the modern age. The style he established is still used by the company today.

At Dot Dot Dot, Jack oversees original audio and video productions. When not working or tinkering with tech, he is obsessed with all things music. 

Sabine Jansen,
Producer/Editor

Sabine Jansen is a podcast producer and editor. She’s a Dutch raised, Brooklyn based, world traveling, curious mind, with a constant itch for good stories and over a decade of experience in editing and producing stories. She started her career in a boutique Dutch publishing house, where she discovered award winning authors that went on to be translated in many different languages. She changed from paper to earplugs when she moved from Amsterdam to New Amsterdam: Brooklyn, NY in 2015, and has been an audio fanatic ever since. Her work focusses on technology, privacy, entrepreneurship, criminal justice reform & wrongful convictions.