221 Augmented Reality journalists from top media outlets.
We at Jona have put together the Augmented Reality media list of 221 journalists. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of Augmented Reality reporters every quarter.
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Last updated on Feb 1, 2023
Juan Garzon is a Section Editor, CNET en Español. He manages the reviews section, reports the latest tech news, creates useful how-tos and he is always looking for innovation that could change the world. Juan started at CNET as a Senior Editor.
Rachel Metz is a senior writer for CNN Business based in San Francisco, California, where she covers artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and augmented reality.
I write about consumer tech and the culture surrounding it: social media platforms and the tech giants, to AI, developers, and all the many (and sometimes strange) ways these technologies affect our lives.
I've covered tech, gaming, and entertainment for over 15 years, and spent time before that as a screenwriter, playwright, and occasional improv performer. I spent eight years in California before moving back to NY in 2004, and started with CNET reviewing laptops in 2009. Now I'm exploring wearable tech, VR/AR, phones, and future tech trends. You can catch me on TV (CBS in particular), radio, and elsewhere. And yes, I'm a New York Jets season ticket holder, a team my departed dad (Jetmike) started me on as a kid.
Macy Bayern is an Associate Staff Writer for TechRepublic. A recent graduate from the University of Texas at Austin's Liberal Arts Honors Program, Macy covers tech news and trends.
I write for @Gizmodo. Formerly @PCMag. Bi AF.
Technology editor and science reporter @independent
I'm a London-based technology journalist, currently European correspondent for VentureBeat. I cover news, startups, apps, and all-things tech from around the world -- with a particular focus on the European scene.
Taylor Soper is a GeekWire staff reporter who covers a wide variety of tech assignments, including emerging startups in Seattle and Portland, the sharing economy and the intersection of technology and sports. A native of Portland, Ore., and graduate of the University of Washington, he was named a “New Journalist of the Year” by the Society of Professional Journalists.
Fink is a former Disney, AOL and AG Interactive executive who writes a popular column about XR for Forbes. He is a consultant to some of the leading companies in the XR (AR/VR) world. As a 28-year-old junior executive at Disney, Fink famously came up with the idea for "The Lion King." In the 1990s, he was Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of VR pioneer, Virtual World Entertainment. Variety calls him “XR’s explainer-in-chief.”
Todd Haselton is the Technology Products Editor for CNBC. He has reviewed gadgets for a decade for a variety of publications. He’s a 2007 graduate of Lehigh University.
Digital Associate at CNBC,Digital reporter with a demonstrated history of producing impactful work in Philadelphia, Detroit and Southeast Asia. Now working in the national business and financial news industry with a special interest in Asian markets, mergers and acquisitions, and what motivates people to spend their money.
Covering China tech for TechCrunch
Based in South Wales, United Kingdom, Malcolm Owen has been writing professionally about technology since 2012. Formerly of Electronista and MacNN, Malcolm joined AppleInsider in January 2017 and has been at the keys ever since.
Consumer technology and writing are my two loves, and I've been striving to merge the two into a single, ideal position that covers both. I'm looking for substantive technology-related editorial roles where I can learn as much as I influence others.
Internationally best-selling author; keynote speaker; futurist; #business, #technology, and #data advisor to governments and companies.
Tim is a software engineer, investment banker, lawyer and founder, and one of the most connected people on the planet for AR/VR at CEO level. He writes regularly about AR/VR for TechCrunch and others, as well as being interviewed, quoted and presenting across all major media and conferences globally. Tim was educated at Yale and Sydney Universities, and before founding Digi-Capital worked for investment banks, News Corp and Ernst & Young in North America, Europe and Asia.
Senior Reporter at The Verge
Philip Michaels is a senior editor at Tom's Guide. He has strong opinions about Apple, the Oakland Athletics and old movies. Follow him at @PhilipMichaels.
Mike Wheatley is a senior staff writer at SiliconANGLE. He loves to write about Big Data and the Internet of Things, and explore how these technologies are evolving and helping businesses to become more agile. Before joining SiliconANGLE, Mike was an editor at Argophilia Travel News, an occassional contributer to The Epoch Times, and has also dabbled in SEO and social media marketing. He usually bases himself in Bangkok, Thailand, though he can often be found roaming through the jungles or chilling on a beach,Tech writer, anarchist, gambler
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