Browse the Clippings.me directory of technology journalists below. We found 159 technology journalists listed.
Founder, Clippings.me – I dig journalism, SaaS, marketing and technology
Entrepreneurial media technologist and former journalist, dedicated to developing the news industry for the better. Experienced founder and sales professional, board member and occasional advisor. Formerly Google, Accenture. Also a copywriter and freelance contributor to publications including the Independent, The Next Web, OnStartups, the National (Abu Dhabi), the South China Morning Post (Hong Kong) and MSN Travel. I created clippings.me - drop me a line using the contact box above if you have feedback.
Strategic communications specialist
Industry-leading content management and strategic comms expertise, coupled with high-calibre and award-winning editorial skills. Projects for global organisations across sport, health, education and tech; numerous published books; credits in most national media outlets. Contact me through my website at andrewshields.org, or email: [email protected]
Marketing Assistant and Freelancer Writer
I'm a marketing assistant with Penguin Group (USA), and have recently been a contributor to Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel magazine. Prior to that, I served two years in the Philippines as a Children, Youth and Family volunteer with the U.S. Peace Corps.
Data Journalist interested in Education, Welfare and Technology
A recent graduate of City University London's pioneering Interactive Journalism MA, I'm currently honing critical data analysis and visualisation skills with the KnowledgeBase Marketing Group, part of Wunderman UK. Prior to this I completed work experience with the Guardian's Data Store, Hampstead and Highgate Express, Southwark News and the BBC College of Journalism. If you'd like to get in touch please email [email protected]
Web content copywriter / Tech copywriter
I specialise in computer technology topics including CRM, ERP, Augmented Reality and general computing for brands like Nominet, Three Mobile, Oracle, HP, SanDisk and LogMeIn. I have also written on less-technical topics for major names including Allianz, the Post Office, Motley Fool, Deltek and Trustpilot. Mail me: [email protected]
Jornalista freelancer. 2018 foi um ano de ampliar horizontes. Saí de redação e busquei trabalhos diferentes de reportagem. Ajudei a Think Olga a criar a page do #ElaFazHistória para o Facebook, elaborei relatórios de impacto de notícias em marcas com a Cortex, editei vídeos para redes sociais do Prêmio Cláudia e combati fake news com o Comprova durante as eleições, dentre outros. De 2014 a 2018, trabalhei como repórter na revista Você S/A, com colaborações para a revista-irmã Você RH. Me interesso muito pelos impactos e contribuições da tecnologia no trabalho e por pautas relacionadas à diversidade. Estou sempre em busca do melhor formato para contar boas histórias. Em 2017, me tornei ouvinte voraz de podcasts, ajudei a reformular o Instagram da Você S/A e passei a me aventurar no mundo da edição de vídeos com o projeto Ganha-Pão. Isso tudo enquanto fazia pautas para a edição impressa e aplicativo da revista e viajava por diversas cidades do Brasil para realizar a pesquisa para o Guia Você S/A - As Melhores Empresas Para Trabalhar. Recentemente, minha paixão por vídeo games acabou sendo recompensada com a oportunidade de ser co-autora do livro Almanaque de Games (Panda Books, 2016). Como repórter, já colaborei com veículos como Folha de S. Paulo (Mercado, Folhainvest, Mundo, Cotidiano e Carreiras & Negócios); Estadão (Economia, Paladar e Agência Estado); Valor Econômico, Veja.com (editoria de Economia e Negócios). Além das revistas Brasil Energia, Exame, Mundo Estranho, Playboy, Superinteressante, Time Out Rio, Veja, Veja Rio e Veja São Paulo. Também conto com experiências como assistente de produção e assistente de direção em três séries veiculadas no canal Multishow. E, mais recentemente, como produtora de elenco do programa "Fale Conosco", do GNT no YouTube. Participei do Curso Estado de Jornalismo Econômico, com curso de extensão em Economia e Finanças da FGV e do Curso Abril de Jornalismo 2012. Também fiz o curso de documentário da AIC, em São Paulo. Para saber mais, acesse meu perfil no Linkedin br.linkedin.com/in/annacro
Freelance Popular Culture Writer
I'm a freelance writer specializing in music, books, and technology. I am the author of two books: Michael Jackson FAQ (Backbeat Books) and Songs We Were Singing: Analyses of Beatles Tracks. Previously a music editor for Blogcritics.org, I'm currently a contributing editor for Beatlefan magazine, reviewer/columnist for Blinded by Sound and Something Else Reviews, and contributor to Cinema Sentries.
United States of America
Senior writer and reports editor, IT Pro & Cloud Pro
I'm a technology journalist who's been at Dennis Publishing since 2012 working across IT Pro and Cloud Pro. I've written news, analysis and features for publication online daily since joining the company and have also contributed to sister title Alphr and print magazine PC Pro. I now also oversee the production of IT Pro's quarterly reports. Prior to joining Dennis Publishing I was a freelance international b2b journalist.
Copywriter, Journalist, Publicist
A published writer, Joy Kennelly aka The Joy Writer, has over eight years experience writing for a variety of newspapers, magazines, individuals and companies, including communication media, online Web content, sales/promotional work, scripts, tour guides, website copy and editorial content. Clients have included American Institute of Architects, the Los Angeles Convention & Visitors Bureau, Actor/Director Domiziano Arcangeli, Actresses: Holly Fulger, and Yari De Leon; The Shore Restaurant & Lounge, Chef David Linville, Original Long Beach Lobster Festival and many other foodie festivals. Joy's blog entitled, “Pure, Unadulterated Joy” which she has written for over seven years, consistently appears in the top ten searches of Google on topics she covers. Her published articles can be read in C-Suite Quarterly, BLVDsLV Magazine, Healthcare Traveler, and on TechZulu, AOL’s Patch, The Blogger's Bulletin, Yahoo Shine and more.
Content Strategist/Content Marketing Manager/Editorial Director
Mike Bracken is a freelance writer whose areas of expertise include video games and cinema. A professional writer since 1999, Mike has worked for multiple outlets, including Cinescape Magazine, IGN.com, GameCritics.com, Cinematical, MovieFone, Cinema Blend, and Fandango’s Movies.com. He also spent several years as the in-house film critic for The Big O & Dukes radio show (airing in Washington DC, Baltimore, and Phoenix). On top of that, Mike appeared as The Horror Geek on Comedy Central's pop-culture quiz show Beat the Geeks and currently co-hosts the GameCritics.com podcast. He is available for hire for staff and freelance opportunities. Contact him at [email protected]