Top 10 U.S. Journalists in Technology
Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 United States Journalists in the Technology space. Our solution makes it easy to find — and connect with — the influencers that matter to you.
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*Data as of July, 2022
1. Tim O’Reilly
Bio: Founder and CEO, O’Reilly Media. Watching the alpha geeks, sharing their stories, helping the future unfold.
Location: Oakland, CA
2. Kara Swisher
Location: Washington, DC
3. Walt Mossberg
Bio: Board, News Literacy Project. Former columnist, WSJ. Co-founder: AllThingsD, Recode, D & Code Conferences, Ctrl-Walt-Delete. Former Exec Editor, The Verge.
Location: Washington, DC
7. Michael Fisher
Bio: Analyst, Tech Evangelist, #CyberSecurity, #DigitalTransformation, #IoT, #Fintech, #DataScience, #5G & #VR Influencer: @DZoneInc & @Onalytica. 100% Geek.
Location: Connecticut, USA
8. Mathew Ingram
Bio: I write about digital media for the Columbia Journalism Review. I’m an expert in stucco, a veteran in love and an outlaw in Peru (via http://bit.ly/2DhVY0z )
10. Siraj Raval
Bio: Chief Data Scientist, Bestselling Author, Youtube Educator. On a mission to make learning fun. Founder, School of AI – millions of students positively impacted.
Location: San Francisco, CA
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