223 Remote Work journalists from top media outlets.
We at Jona have put together the Remote Work media list of 223 journalists. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of Remote Work reporters every quarter.
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Last updated on Feb 1, 2023
Ingrid is a writer and editor for TechCrunch, joining February 2012, based out of London. Before TechCrunch, Ingrid worked at paidContent.org, where she was a staff writer, and has in the past also written freelance regularly for other publications such as the Financial Times. Ingrid covers mobile, digital media, advertising and the spaces where these intersect. When it comes to work, she feels most comfortable speaking in English but can also speak Russian, Spanish and French (in descending order of competence).
Rob Waugh is one of Britain's leading technology and science journalists, and has written about gadgets, apps and business technology for dozens of newspapers, magazines and websites over the past 20 years.
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.
Journalist | Lifestyle @MetroUK |.
I’m a data-driven journalist experienced in reporting, assigning and editing engaging content across digital platforms. My areas of expertise include work, money, home, relationships, family, wellness and lifestyle. In addition to content creation, I've been a key player in large-scale projects such as redesigning and relaunching websites, redefining social presence, overhauling SEO strategy, rebuilding CMS’s and working on sponsored packages.
Jason Aten writes the Tech Inc. column about the intersection of technology and business.
Jackie Lam is a personal finance writer and is based in Los Angeles. She is a candidate for the ACFPE® financial coaching certification. Jackie is passionate about helping artists, freelancers, and gig economy workers with their finances. She has in-depth experience writing about budgeting, investing, frugality, money, and relationships, and loves finding interesting stories that revolve around money.
Karen Burns is the author of “The Amazing Adventures of Working Girl: Real-Life Career Advice You Can Actually Use.”
Eric narrowly averted a career in food service when he began in tech publishing at Ziff-Davis over 25 years ago. He was on the founding staff of Windows Sources, FamilyPC, and Access Internet Magazine (all defunct, and it's not his fault). He's the author of two novels, BETA TEST ("an unusually lighthearted apocalyptic tale"--Publishers' Weekly) and KALI: THE GHOSTING OF SEPULCHER BAY. He works from his home office in Ithaca, NY.
Brian Hughes is the founder and CEO of Integrity Marketing & Consulting, where he helps his clients build powerful brands through inbound marketing. He is a frequent contributor to several other sites.
Staff Writer, Taylor Leddin is a publicist and freelance writer for a number of national outlets. She was featured on Thrive Global as a successful woman in journalism, and is the editor-in-chief of The Tidbit. Taylor resides in Chicago and has a Bachelor in Communication Studies from Illinois State University.
Pam Huff is Managing Editor of the Tampa Bay Business Journal.
Work It Out career/workplace columnist for Fortune.com.
Justin Bariso is an author, speaker, and consultant who helps organizations and individuals develop their emotional intelligence. His thoughts on leadership and EQ draw over a million readers a month, and LinkedIn named him a “Top Voice” in the field of management and workplace culture three years in a row. His new book, EQ Applied, shares fascinating research, modern examples, and personal stories that illustrate how emotional intelligence works in the real world.
Elaine Moore is deputy editor of the FT’s Lex column and writes commentary on the technology industry from the San Francisco bureau. Prior to this she covered global government debt from London, with a particular focus on the debt crisis in Greece, Ukraine and Venezuela.
Leslie Collins is a staff writer at the Kansas City Business Journal, a partner of FOX4 Kansas City. She covers entrepreneurs, technology, retail and marketing.
Tony covers real estate, growth and business issues for The Tribune. He is a former editor and government reporter and has been with The Tribune since 1991.
Bera Dunau is a graduate of Hampshire College who returned to the Pioneer Valley after a seven-year absence. He covers the city of Easthampton, as well as the towns of Southampton, Westhampton and wherever a good story takes him. The communities he has covered include Cooperstown, New York, Lenox, Foxboro, and most recently Northampton.
Melia Russell is a startups and venture capital reporter at Business Insider, based in New York. She reports on tech investments, personnel changes, and workplace issues. Melia (pronounced muh-LEE-uh) started as an intern at Business Insider in 2013. After five years at the site, she joined the business desk at the San Francisco Chronicle and covered the region's talent wars and work immigration. She returned to Business Insider in 2019. Melia has degrees from Syracuse University in magazine journalism and information management and technology.
My passion for travel isn't limited to hopping from country to country, but goes beyond the plane and into my everyday life. I've mastered the points and miles arena which has enabled me to travel far and wide, to countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Brazil, and many more. One of my favorite adventures? Biking across the U.S. as part of the 4K for Cancer.
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