In an ever-changing technology-based world, it is hard to keep track of the newest latest and greatest. In addition to this, it is also hard to tell real news from fake news and this adds to the frustration of finding new information and finding it quickly. There are some ways to help ease this and one of the ways is by checking out who others recommend following!

To make your life easier, and shoutout some journalist superstars who need a bit of recognition for their amazing work, we compiled September’s 5 journalists that you need to be following. Continue reading below to check out who we are shouting out this month!

Newley Purnell, Wall Street Journal



What he tweets about:
Business & Technology
Why we follow:
Newley is a technology & business reporter who is based in New Delhi. He has numerous years of experience in journalism, with contributions in Quartz, The New York Times, and NewYorker.com. His most recent articles cover Amazon, AI startups, and the mobile phones of the future. Aside from his impressive background, he is also a fellow dog lover!

Katharine Schwab, Fast Company



What she tweets about:
Technology, Design & Culture
Why we follow:
Katharine is an associate editor at Fast Company and based in the Big Apple. She is on it when it comes to new tech news and provides great insight about the intersection of tech and culture. Her most recent articles consist of Walmart robots, hospital redesigns, and startups. Not only does she write for Fast Company, but she also says that she loves writing love songs. We don’t know about you, but we would love to hear some of her lyrics!

Stephen Nellis, Reuters



What he tweets about:
Apple and similar tech topics
Why we follow:
With close to three years at Reuters, Stephen is a veteran to the tech world. He covers numerous tech companies and places an emphasis on Apple. Recently, his articles have been about Apple and how they are going to supply parts to repair shops for the first time and how they are going to stop default recording Siri conversations. He is definitely one you should be following for big tech news.

Cheyenne MacDonald, Daily Mail



What she tweets about:
Science & Tech
Why we follow:
Cheyenne has been the US Science and Technology Editor at Daily Mail for almost 9 months and has had her fair share of tech reporting in her career. Previously writing for MailOnline and The Beat, in addition to receiving a BA in Journalism, she is a tech force to be reckoned with. She has recently wrote about Instagram, iPhones, and Google. In addition to being an editor during the day, she is also a ferret mom and is a self-proclaimed lizard lover! Check her out!

Natasha Mascarenhas, Crunchbase News



What she tweets about:
VCs & Technology
Why we follow:
Natasha has an impressive background writing for USA Today, The Daily Free Press, Boston Globe Media, and SF Chronicle. She has a passion for writing on early-stage startups in industries that are long overdue for innovation. Her most recent articles have been on the downside of social media, Peleton’s S-1, and transportation startups. Interested yet? If so, check out her Twitter and subscribe to her newsletter!

Want to see what other journalists we love? Check out last month's 5 Journalists here to see who we featured, what they cover, and why we love them!

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