As we know, Twitter is one of the best ways to gain insight into the worlds’ news today. Not only has it become a massive hub for all things news related, but it is also one of the first places breaking news is released. Users can curate their feeds to their own interests and curiosities while maintaining a personal connection with some of the world's top journalists, reporters, and PR gurus.

Looking for more info on the biggest emergent technologies, business trends, or a good #TwitterChat to join? Browse through our list of our top 5 Journalists we turn to to get our news from, this month.

Frank Chaparro, The Block



What he tweets about:
Cryptocurrencies & Fintech
Why we follow:
Frank is a leading reporter at The Block and is constantly covering breaking news on cryptocurrencies, blockchain, and decentralized technologies. He began his monumental career in digital assets reporting, market structure, and finance at Business Insider. His ability to write about tech, while maintaining strong ties to the business side of things, populates his Twitter feed and keeps us coming back.

Kayla Matthews, InformationWeek



What she tweets about:
Technology, Smart gadgets, & Personal productivity
Why we follow:
Kayla is currently a freelance writer at InformationWeek but has also done her fair share of work for Industry Dive, Productivity Bytes, and Productivity Theory. She boats a great deal of experience in technology writing, placing a lot of emphasis on IoT in regards to new products and personal wellbeing. She even talks about why people unfollow you on Instagram and how to score a Valentine's day date...essential discussions is our world today! Definitely a Twitter handle you don’t want to miss!

Sara Castellanos, Wall Street Journal



What she tweets about:
Emergent Technologies (AR, AI, QR)
Why we follow:
Sara is a standout player on our Twitter feed! She reports for the WSJ and has had previous experience covering startups and venture capital at the Boston Business Journal. She is consistently tweeting about new AI technologies emerging in the workplace as well as in the medical field. We are all for her push for workplace diversity and equality, which is shown in numerous tweets of hers. Check this gal out!

Pui-Wing Tam, The New York Times



What she tweets about:
Tech, Politics, & Social media
Why we follow:
Pui-Wing is no newcomer to the tech industry and her Twitter proves it. Before becoming the Tech Editor at the NYT, she was The Journal’s deputy bureau chief for 8 years guiding journalists to cover consumer electronics, business technology, and Silicon Valley companies.

Her twitter highlights trends & breaking news within the big tech world, like Amazon, Google, and Apple. Furthermore, she has featured a plethora of coverage on political disputes regarding tech and she even throws a bit of football into her feed as well...we agree Pui-Wing, the Superbowl was quite underwhelming this year! We think she’s awesome and we’re sure you will too!

Brian Deagon, Investor's Business Daily



What he tweets about:
Business & Tech trends, Social media, the tech economy
Why we follow:
Need to keep up to date with tech stocks and how they are trending? Brian is your man! He is a business & tech reporter for Investors Business Daily and his twitter is full of stock reports and quarterly earnings for some of tech's biggest competitors, like Apple and Amazon. In addition, he also adds diversity by posting about new emergent technologies and breaking news about all things tech related. He is definitely a worthwhile journalist to follow!

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