221 Tech journalists from top media outlets.
We at Jona have put together the Tech media list of 221 journalists. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of Tech reporters every quarter.
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Last updated on Feb 1, 2023
Sarah currently works as a writer for TechCrunch, after having previously spent over three years at ReadWriteWeb. Prior to her work as a reporter, Sarah worked in I.T. across a number of industries, including banking, retail and software.
Lucas Matney is a Writer at TechCrunch covering emerging technologies and venture capital. He covers a wide variety of news from startups and public companies with a particular interest in augmented and virtual reality technologies.
I cover cryptocurrencies, blockchain, fintech and investing at Forbes. I’ve also written frequently about leadership, corporate diversity and entrepreneurs. Before Forbes, I worked for ten years in marketing consulting, in roles ranging from client consulting to talent management. I’m a graduate of Middlebury College and Columbia Journalism School.
Dan brings a passion for technology wherever he goes, whether it's for mobile devices, cameras, or pretty much anything that requires electricity. Fortunately, his awesome wife supports him and his incessant obsession with tech, allowing him to pursue a career where all he does is talk about and debate the latest and greatest stuff to hit shelves. Formerly the Editor-in-Chief of MobileBurn.com, Dan has an extensive background covering the mobile technology world, but he isn't shy to tell you what he thinks about other areas of the tech sphere. When he isn't dwelling on the latest tech news, you can usually find Dan choking down far too much coffee than one person should consume in a given day. He also has an unhealthy obsession with computer and camera bags.
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/
Jake Krol was a Tech Writer at Mashable and had been at the company May–December 2018. He holds a degree in Media & Communication from Muhlenberg College. Jake has a big love for all things tech, and is a huge Springsteen fan and also a native New Jerseyan.
Analyst at PCMag covering smart home and and wearables.
Jon has been hooked on tech ever since he tried a Compaq PC clone when he was five. He's big on mobile and is one of those precious few people who wears his smartwatch with pride. He's also an unapologetic Canadian: Don't be surprised if you get an earful about poutine or the headaches with Canadian carriers.
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.
UK-based journalist specialising in technology, science and data protection. With experience at both local and national level for a variety of print and online titles, I have a strong track record of delivering clean, accurate stories to tight deadlines.
Arielle Pardes is a senior associate editor at WIRED, where she works on stories about our relationship to our technology. Previously she was a senior editor for VICE. She is an alumna of the University of Pennsylvania and lives in San Francisco.
Parmy Olson covers technology for the Wall Street Journal in London. She previously wrote about technology for Forbes in London and in San Francisco. She is the author of the book “We Are Anonymous: Inside the Hacker World Of LulzSec and the Global Cyber Insurgency.”
Laura Forman is a Heard on the Street columnist based in San Francisco covering consumer technology. Previously she was co-founder of a Bay Area e-commerce company, a vice president of healthcare equity sales at Piper Jaffray and Leerink Swann and an equity research associate at Bear Stearns covering pharmaceuticals distributors.
Tech journalist (Verge, formerly TC), entrepreneur, student, photographer and gentleman
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!
James A. Martin is a seasoned tech journalist and blogger based in San Francisco and winner of the 2014 ASBPE National Gold award for his CIO.com blog. He writes CIO.com's Living the Tech Life blog and is also a content marketing consultant.
I am a consumer and business technology journalist and occasional copywriter.
Rob Wright has been writing about technology for more than 15 years. He previously served as a managing editor and senior editor at CRN.com. Prior to joining CRN, he worked for Tom’s Hardware Guide and covered PC technology, gaming and digital entertainment. He began his career as a technology reporter in 2000 with VARBusiness, where he served as a senior editor. Before becoming a technology journalist, Rob served as both a daily newspaper report in Virginia. Rob graduated from the University of Richmond in 1997 with a double major in English and journalism. He enjoys Star Trek, science fiction novels and building custom PCs.
Michael Ansaldo is veteran consumer and small-business technology journalist. He contributes regularly to TechHive and PCWorld.
Mariella is a science and technology journalist and blogger with a passion for consumer electronics, emerging science and technologies, and the way they affect people. She enjoys writing, managing teams of writers, polishing and editing other people’s work, and brainstorming content strategy with an editorial team.
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