Jacqueline Emigh (pronounced "Amy") is a highly experienced journalist and custom content producer with strong specializations in technology, business, finance, and consumer products. Over the past 20 years, Jacqueline has worked full-time as a site editor at Ziff Davis; senior editor at BetaNews; bureau chief for Newsbytes News Network, a division of .Post-Newsweek; and, most recently, software editor for TechTarget's TechnologyGuide Division. Meanwhile, as a freelance journalist, she's written for dozens of major sites and magazines, including PC World, PC Magazine, CIO, Computerworld, eWeek, Waters Technology, American Banker, Bankrate.com, Techwalla, Investopedia, Enterprise Networking Planet, Federal Computer Week, and Linux Today, to name a few.
She is currently a contributing editor for SD Times and an author at ANewDomain. She also writes custom content. Clients have included Microsoft, Verizon, Dell, Oracle, NCR Corp., GroupOn, Walmart,, and many more. In her three years at TechTarget, Jacqueline wrote, edited and assigned news stories, features and reviews for six sites: Notebook Review, Brighthand, Tablet PC Review, Desktop Review, Digital Camera Review, and Printer Comparison. She also assembled and managed a team of freelance writers. She was honored by TechTarget with editorial and "employee of the quarter" awards. Earlier on, she was named one of the world's "Top 25 Wired Women" by the Webgrrls (sic) industry association. She holds a B.S. in Mass Communications, with a journalism concentration, from Emerson College.