The top technology journalists in USA, curated by Jona by a team of PR experts.
These journalists are currently reporting for American publications like TechCrunch, Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. These journalists are from top cities in USA, like New York, Los Angeles, Boston and San Francisco.
The list comes with verified email addresses, social profiles, location, and brief information. You can contact tech journalists in USA using this list!
Brian Womack covers technology, disruption and innovation.
Lawrence Abrams is the creator and owner of BleepingComputer.com. Lawrence’s area of expertise includes malware research, ransomware, and computer forensics. Lawrence Abrams is also a co-author of the Winternals Defragmentation, Recovery, and Administration Field Guide and technical editor for Rootkits for Dummies.
Dean Takahashi is lead writer for GamesBeat at VentureBeat. He has been a tech journalist for more than 28 years, and he has covered games for 21 years. He has been at VentureBeat since 2008. Prior to that, he wrote for the San Jose Mercury News, the Red Herring, the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, and the Dallas Times-Herald. He is the author of two books, "Opening the Xbox" and "The Xbox 360 Uncloaked." He organizes the annual GamesBeat and GamesBeat Summit conferences. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Lisa Stiffler covers nonprofits, companies and researchers who are applying technology to environmental, energy, health, transit, education and other societal challenges.
JARED NEWMAN COVERS APPS AND TECHNOLOGY FOR FAST COMPANY FROM HIS REMOTE OUTPOST IN CINCINNATI. HE ALSO WRITES FOR PCWORLD AND TECHHIVE, AND PREVIOUSLY WROTE FOR TIME.COM.
Joe Hindy is known as the 'app guy' around these parts. He also likes to branch out and talk about a variety of other topics from gaming to TV tech, and more.
Nisha Chittal is a journalist, editor, and content strategist who is currently the Engagement Editor at Vox, leading a team overseeing audience growth strategies. In January 2016, she was named to Forbes Magazine's "30 Under 30" in Media. She has a decade of experience in digital media, developing audience growth strategies for brands like MSNBC, NBC News, Travel Channel, and more. She has also written extensively about women's issues, media, politics, and technology for a variety of publications, including NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com, Elle Magazine, Jezebel, Poynter, and others. She holds a bachelor of arts degree in political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Joshua is an editor for CNET's Download.com. He covers the mobile tech and apps that power our lives and interviews celebrities about their favorite apps. Previously, he worked as an editor at Healthline and Gay.com and as a contributing writer for Mac Directory, MacAddict, SF Weekly, SF Examiner, and SF Chronicle.
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