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5 Journalists to Follow On Twitter, December 2019

Twitter is a great outlet to help you get your news, as well as find journalists to work with on your media relations strategy. With so many journalists using Twitter, it’s hard to keep tabs on all of them in an ever-changing technology-based world.

We’re here to help you navigate Twitter and find the most relevant journalists to work with quickly. This month we are shouting out, giving kudos, and all the praises to these 5 journalists. These journalists cover a wide range of topics including AI and the intersection of technology and politics. Presenting this month’s recommendations of fantastic journalists:

Kyle Wiggers, VentureBeat

What he tweets about:
AI Technology

Why we follow:
Kyle Wiggers doesn’t discriminate when it comes to technology. He likes to tweet about it all. As a journalist, Kyle covers AI and technology, which is absolutely prevalent on his twitter feed. He keeps his followers updated on relevant AI news and makes sure that they never miss a thing. Kyle Wiggers’s pieces have been in publications such as Business Insider, Digital, Trends, Yahoo, and Android Authority. If you’re looking for a journalist that is active on their Twitter and has some seasoned authority, Kyle Wiggers is your man.

Cat Zakrzewski, Wall Street Journal

What she tweets about:
Technology, Politics, and the Technology 202 Newsletter

Why we follow:
Cat Zakrzewski is interested in the dynamic between Washington and Silicon Valley. Technology and politics are massive topics these days that affect us all. Her interest in tech policy is prevalent on her twitter, especially around leading companies such as Uber, LinkedIn, Facebook, etc. Interested? Check out, Cat! She has got your back when it comes to making sense of the intersection between tech and politics.

Dave Gershgorn, Medium

What he tweets about:
Technology, with a focus in AI

Why we follow:
David Gershgorn is a New York-based journalist that writes for Medium’s OneZero page. If you like a little New York humor mixed in with your tech coverage, David has got you covered. Sprinkled in between articles on artificial intelligence and other future-focused articles, you will find hilarious tweets about the NY subway system or Baby Yoda. Check out David for staying up to date on trending AI topics, as well as some light-hearted humor.

Kiley Roache, Bloomberg

What she tweets about:
Tech & Business

Why we follow:
Kiley Roache has written previously for the Wall Street Journal, SF Gate, and the New York Times. She is quite the seasoned journalist! Currently, she writes about tech-topics for Bloomberg. Her twitter covers a wide range of topics, including Disney+, the Santa Industrial Complex, and so much more! She also has two different accounts for the novels she writes and an account dedicated to her dog. Who wouldn’t love that?

Barb Darrow, Oracle

What she tweets about:
Business, Technology, and Politics

Why we follow:
Barb Darrow is the Senior Director at Oracle Corp. She has been covering topics in business technology for more than two decades. Before joining Oracle, she was a senior writer for Fortune Magazine covering enterprise technology. Barb is continuously tweeting about the topics surrounding the upcoming election and technology’s role. Stay in the loop with Barb!

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