Browse the Clippings.me directory of technology journalists below. We found 196 technology journalists listed.
Editor in Chief, AppAdvice.com
I currently write and wrangle content at AppAdvice.com as the Editor in Chief. I love being immersed in the world of technology and social media. Engaging and interacting with people, who are as passionate about what they do as I am, is the best part of my profession. I like to write about all things in the Web, tech, and app world (with a focus on Apple and Twitter). I also review iOS apps and other gadgets. I am constantly looking for new opportunities, so if you have a new product, idea, or app please contact me. Email: [email protected] Twitter: @atjamie
Journalist & Editor
A proficient news reporter, experienced business journalist, passionate writer and sub editor. I have spent the last four years writing for - and managing - two digital business and lifestyle publications and frequently contributing in-depth industry articles to monthly B2B and B2C magazines.
"Jay-nuh" is now an adult services librarian for the San Francisco Public Library system. Previously, Jaena was a web producer at The Center for Investigative Reporting in Berkeley, CA, managing editor for Geek Peeks, and a page designer for the SF Public Press. Jaena holds a master's degree in Library and Information Science and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Digital Libraries from Syracuse University's School of Information Studies in Syracuse, NY. She earned her BA in journalism from SF State University. Jaena wears many hats, dabbling in web development/design, print design, editing, writing, reporting, video and photography. She is an avid reader and a lover of Batman.
Freelance Writer and Journalist
Writer, journalist, and storyteller who explores the future — and the past — of innovation, video games, and technology. Has a passion for in-depth storytelling and an insatiable curiosity about how things work. Also skilled in audio/podcast editing and production, photography, interviewing. Holds a Master’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Melbourne. Author of The Secret History of Mac Gaming, published by Unbound. Info: http://secrethistoryofmacgaming.com Journalism beats: video games, technology, science, innovation, AI, VR, AR, games and tech history, game development. Always eager to discuss new writing and editing opportunities—freelance, contract, or staff. Contact via Twitter or email rich.c.moss at gmail.com. Based in Melbourne, Australia. Portfolio below is a selection of features and in-depth reporting. You can see a more all-inclusive portfolio at richardmoss.contently.com
Freelance writer, journalist, activist and researcher
Currently, I write for Y-Axis Magazine, a 3D printing focused magazine based out of Orange County California. I also manage their social media pages. I have also written for other blogs, including the Foreign Policy Association.
Writer and Editor
A veteran writer, reporter, and editor with more than 16 years experience in traditional and new media, I believe in the art of using words for thoughtful communication, to powerfully convey messages, and to provoke action.
Ghostwriter through Textbroker.com