Technology Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of technology journalists below. We found 223 technology journalists listed.

Ralph Raiola

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.

United States


Brittany

Freelance Writer

Ghostwriter through Textbroker.com

United States


Joanne Helperin

Copywriter, Editor, Content Creator and Marketer

Contact: [email protected] I write and edit advertising copy, marketing collateral, long-form features, news, blogs, video and radio scripts, social media content, public relations materials, and more. An instinctive storyteller and a UCLA MBA, I'm an insatiably curious and tenacious researcher. My subject matter expertise in education, technology, business, health/medical, lifestyle, and automotive. I enjoy collaborating with a team and exceeding my clients' expectations.

US


Rosa Fattahi

Content Specialist & Owner of WordWise Creations

Leveraging the power of words to create top-notch marketing and creative content that ensures you speak volumes. Experienced in writing and editing Web Content, Blog Articles, Press Releases, Technical Documents, Whitepapers, Marketing Materials, News Articles and Reviews, and more.


BAJ Visser

Freelance Political Reporter

Bryce "BAJ" Visser is a Calgary-based journalist, specializing in print, digital, and social media journalism. As an editor, Bryce as managed Social Media, Digital Distribution, and Civic affairs, while as a reporter, he has worked beats as diverse as Post Secondary Education, First Nations Issues, and Iowa State Politics durring his time at the University of Iowa. When he's not on the job, Bryce enjoys reading novels and news, writing fiction, and playing tabletop games. Currently he is writing a graphic novel titled "Horror Shop." He also has a bit of the travel bug, and heartily embraces any opportunity to travel the world that comes his way. Born in Gibsons, British Columbia, Bryce considers Fort McMurray his hometown, having graduated from Father Mercredi Community High School before heading to Calgary to obtain an education in Communication Studies from Mount Royal Universtiy.


Liz Engel

Freelance journalist, Cincinnati, OH

A freelance writer based in the Queen City. I am an experienced journalist and social media manager with a heavy background in business reporting. Clients - past and present - include Forbes.com, WCPO.com, Cincy Magazine, RV PRO magazine, the Knoxville News Sentinel, Youthletic, Levy's Leathers and more. Previously, I served as managing editor of the Upper Cumberland Business Journal in Cookeville, Tennessee, a specialty publication targeting business professionals in a micropolitan area of Middle Tennessee. I also worked as a news reporter and features writer for the Herald-Citizen, a daily newspaper in the same town. I got my start as a marketing associate for Averitt Express. I studied at Tennessee Tech University and graduated summa cum laude in December 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in English-journalism. I was also a four-year starter on the Golden Eagle volleyball team. I have been awarded a Tennessee Press Association award for investigative reporting and a Kids Count media award from the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth for my writing. I am a native of Cincinnati and moved back to the motherland for good in 2014. I am currently available for freelance assignments. Contact me at [email protected]


Stephen Noonoo

Education journalist

Contibuting editor @ Edutopia; author of Warning Bell, a newsletter on the teaching profession. snoonoo4 at gmail



Ellie Baldini

Content Marketer & Strategist

[email protected]


Joan Nyberg

Joan Nyberg Communications: Writing That Means Business

I am a freelance writer and communications consultant experienced in digital and print copywriting, marketing communications, content marketing, media relations, employee-focused communications and global communications. Areas of focus include law, technology, manufacturing, engineering, architecture, health care and the arts.

United States