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Senior Editor @CNET covering all things tech and digital life. Cabaret and country-music enthusiast. Tweets are mine, hair could be a wig. Perfectly cromulent.
Adrian Try is an Aussie writer, musician, cyclist, and tech geek.
Tyler Lee is a former wireless carrier employee. He loves technology and all the possibilities have always fascinated him. He spends too much time in front of the computer, blames World of Warcraft for that. He is huge fan of music and has been known to play at least four instruments to date, although that number might increase in the future.
Toronto Sun/Postmedia NEWS/MUSIC/TRAVEL & #TIFF17 writer/concert reviewer; Always looking for a body of water;
Raju Mudhar is a reporter in the Star's Entertainment section. A pop culture junkie, he writes about television, music, video games and breaking news as it occurs.
Ottawa correspondent for the @ChronicleHerald. Newfoundlander, player of four-stringed instruments. Tweets about politics, music.
Music writer and entertainment columnist for the Calgary Herald.
Multimedia Journalist at The Kingston Whig-Standard. Musician, mom, equestrian, wanna-be gardener. Let me tell your #ygk story.
Marsha Lederman is the Western Arts Correspondent for The Globe and Mail, based in Vancouver. She covers the film and television industry, visual art, literature, music, theatre, dance, cultural policy, and other related areas. Before joining The Globe, Marsha worked for CBC Radio, mostly in Toronto, where she held a variety of positions, including National Arts Reporter, morning news editor, and founding senior producer on Q. Marsha also worked for many years in private radio as a reporter, news anchor and talk show host. She was born in Toronto and has lived in Vancouver since 2007.
Arts columnist with a specialization in music, email@example.com
Adam Carter is a Newfoundlander who now calls Hamilton, Ont. home. He enjoys a good story and playing loud music in dank bars. You can follow him on
Music/Ent. Reporter/Host/Mc/Radio & Television Personality. RUDY BLAIR ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA. Host of Vinyl Avenue with Rudy Blair http://www.vinylavenue.ca
Pop culture reporter for The Canadian Press - music/film/TV. @Variety contribributor.
Film and TV reporter @CdnPress, also covering theatre, books and music.
Joseph is a web developer and designer, writer and a passionate musician who loves to travel often. He's worked as a researcher for a number of venture capital firms and as a freelancer designer for resorts and corporations in Korea and the Philippines.
Senior Editor, Indian Express. Ex-Times of India & Pioneer. Read, write & report on foreign affairs. Music, movies, books keep me sane. DM me for tip-offs.
Political Editor Irish Examiner, best-selling author, musician and historian.
Music, arts and entertainment journalist, feature writer. The Press, Stuff.
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