196 SaaS journalists from top media outlets.
We at Jona have put together the SaaS media list of 196 journalists. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of SaaS reporters every quarter.
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Last updated on Feb 1, 2023
Paul Krill is an editor at large at InfoWorld, focusing on coverage of application development (desktop and mobile) and core Web technologies such as HTML5, Java, and Flash.
Peter Wayner is contributing editor at InfoWorld and the author of more than 16 books on diverse topics, including open source software ("Free for All"), autonomous cars ("Future Ride"), privacy-enhanced computation ("Translucent Databases"), digital transactions ("Digital Cash"), and steganography ("Disappearing Cryptography").
Rosalie Chan is an Enterprise Tech Reporter at Business Insider. She joined BI after working as a software engineer and freelance journalist. Rosalie graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in journalism and computer science from Northwestern University.
Alex Sherman covers technology, media and telecommunications for CNBC. He joined CNBC in Jan. 2018 after almost 10 years at Bloomberg, where he worked as an M&A reporter and a media reporter. Alex frequently appears on TV and was the host of Bloomberg's Deal of the Week podcast. He graduated from Harvard in 2004 and has two master's degrees, an MS in journalism from Northwestern University's Medill in 2007 and an MBA from NYU Stern in 2014.
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. Follow me on Twitter: @psawers, or read our ethics statement here: http://venturebeat.com/ethics-statement/
Tom Loftus is Deputy Editor of The Wall Street Journal's CIO Journal, which reports on the strategic use of technology in business.
Catherine Ellis is TechRadar's downloads and developing technology editor. She's been a tech journalist for 10 years (with a brief stint in PR for the energy industry in the middle). If you have a story about free or open source software, electric vehicles (cars, bikes and scooters), 5G, home robotics or other developing consumer tech, drop her a line!
Novelist, journalist, TechCrunch columnist, Principal Software Engineer at HappyFunCorp, etc.
As Mobile Economist at TUNE, I forecast and analyze trends affecting the mobile ecosystem. I've been a journalist, analyst, and corporate executive, and have chronicled the rise of the mobile economy. Before joining TUNE, I built the VB Insight research team at VentureBeat and managed teams creating software for partners like Intel and Disney. In addition, I've led technical teams, built social sites and mobile apps, and consulted on mobile, social, and IoT. In 2014, I was named to Folio's top 100 of the media industry's "most innovative entrepreneurs and market shaker-uppers.” I live in Vancouver, Canada with my family, where I coach baseball and hockey, though not at the same time.
Salvador Rodriguez is a CNBC technology reporter covering Facebook and social media. He was previously with Reuters, Inc. Magazine, the International Business Times and the Los Angeles Times.
Jason Parker has been at CNET for nearly 15 years. He is the senior editor in charge of iOS software and has become an expert reviewer of the software that runs on each new Apple device. He now spends most of his time covering Apple iOS releases and third-party apps.
Peter Loshin was previously a technical editor for software reviews at BYTE Magazine, as well as a TCP/IP network engineer at a research laboratory in Cambridge, Mass. As a freelance writer, Peter's work appeared in leading publications including Information Security magazine, Network World, Computerworld, PC Magazine, PC World and many others. He has written several books, including TCP/IP Clearly Explained and Simple Steps to Data Encryption: A Practical Guide to Secure Computing.
Darryl K. Taft covers DevOps, software development tools and developer-related issues from his office in the Baltimore area. He has more than 25 years of experience in the business and is always looking for the next scoop. He has worked at various technology publications including Government Computer News, Computer Systems News (CSN), CRN, The New Stack and eWEEK. Taft is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and was named "one of the most active middleware reporters in the world." He also has his own card in the "Who's Who in Enterprise Java" deck.
Editor for TechForge Media's diverse publications with a readership in excess of 1.5 million and covering a wide range of topics including; software development, telecommunications, cloud computing, digital marketing
I write for Wired, where I report on telecommunications, software development, privacy, technology law, network neutrality, machine learning, open source, hacker culture, startup culture, code literacy and more.
Max Eddy is a Software Analyst, taking a critical eye to Android apps and security services. He's also PCMag's foremost authority on weather stations and digital scrapbooking software. When not polishing his tinfoil hat or plumbing the depths of the Dark Web, he can be found working to discern the 100 Best Android Apps.
As a recent Post-Graduate in Journalism, Kritti is still exploring the real world. She's currently working as a Journalist at Inc42, and enjoys the art of multimedia storytelling
Lazy-tweeting Senior Tech Editor @lifehacker; alum @wirecutter, @pcmag, @apple, others. Bought murphy dot wtf to be cool. Does a ton of theater.
Glenn Fleishman is the author of dozens of books, including Take Control of Zoom (May 2020), a deep dive into how to best use that videoconferencing software. He’s a senior contributor to Macworld, where he writes Mac 911.
Roberto Torres is a reporter for CIO Dive, covering the software industry, data analytics and the future of technology. A native Venezuelan, he now lives in Philadelphia with frequent stops in D.C. You're likely to find him on Twitter.
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