We are always talking about the importance of engaging on social media with journalists. According to a survey by PR News, 55% of respondents said Twitter is their second-most effective method of connecting with reporters. Here’s a list of our favorite journalists we’ve been following to help refresh your news feed this month.

Drew Prindle, Digital Trends



What he tweets about:
The emerging tech gadgets and trends you need to know about
Why we follow:
Aside from the fact that he is a big fan of OnePitch, PR pros should follow Drew on Twitter because of the first hand experiences he shares with new tech products. The guy even implanted a NFC chip into his hand in the name of tech journalism! Drew’s Twitter is also a great source for curated content to pique the curiosity of tech enthusiasts everywhere.

Katie Fehrenbacher, Greenbiz



What she tweets about:
Transportation news
Why we follow:
What do you want to know about transportation news? Katie has got you covered with a recent, emphasis on Tesla, Uber and Lyft. She tweets about what is relevant within her beat and provides a variety of angles to give her audience a complete picture of complex news stories.

Jordan Novet, CNBC



What he tweets about:
AI, cloud computing, Microsoft
Why we follow:
Jordan’s active Twitter page is a great way for PR pros to better understand his coverage and interests. He keeps his followers updated on the latest enterprise software news as well as a close look at growth from some of the top players such as Microsoft and Google.

Jason Del Rey, Recode



What he tweets about:
Amazon, e-commerce and payments
Why we follow:
To find an honest and straightforward approach to the topics that are making headlines, we suggest following Jason Del Rey. Like most of our favorite journalists, he provides valuable information relative to his coverage, but also takes it a step further to put an emphasis on the direct impact of these companies on the everyday lives of consumers.

Elizabeth Dwoksin, Washington Post



What she tweets about:
Being the “eyes and ears in the region and wider world of tech”
Why we follow:
Elizabeth is a great journalist to follow because her activity is not limited to a single niche concept. Previously a writer for WSJ, and now at The Washington Post, she shares information and comments on a wide variety of tech news from Apple to the state of tech journalism and all of the news surrounding privacy on social platforms.

Looking for more journalists to follow? Be sure to check out our full (and growing) list of influential journalists on our Twitter page, and connect with them through OnePitch.

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