It's 2019 and by now we all know how important it is to follow along and interact with our most sought after journalists and reporters on Twitter. There's a handful of journalists who are tweeting about the latest Apple earnings, or Tesla production issues on a daily basis.
Here's a list of the 5 journalists we can't get enough of this January.

Emil Protalinksi, VentureBeat



What he tweets about:
Big tech, VentureBeat articles, and breaking tech news
Why we follow:
Emil’s Twitter can be dwindlied down into 2 very simple themes: VentureBeat articles and breaking tech news. Scroll and you’ll find breaking news about Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook littered between humorous retweets and article shares from the VentureBeat staff.

Kim-Mai Cutler, TechCrunch



What she tweets about:
Female leadership and empowerment, the Bay Area
Why we follow:
Kim is a TechCrunch contributor and partner at Initialized Capital - previous investments include companies like Coinbase and Instacart. But her focus, and promotion, of female leadership and empowerment is not to be overlooked. You can also spot an occasional SF-related tweet from time to time.

Brian Fung, Washington Post



What he tweets about:
Telecom news, the FCC and regulations
Why we follow:
If you’re looking to stay current with the latest telecom policy news, then Brian’s reporting will be a treat worth reading. His timeline is filled with major news, quotes, and updates related to the space. More reading on Net Neutrality and the FCC await...

Steve Kobach, CNBC



What he tweets about:
Netflix shows, trending tweets, big tech
Why we follow:
Steve is a tech editor at CNBC and covers covers large, well known tech companies including Apple, Tesla, Google, Facebook, and Amazon. Aside from being one of the first to break news, Steve adds his own personality to his Tweet captions. He also shares his take on the best, and worst, Netflix series trending at the time.

Mary Jo Foley, ZDNet



What she tweets about:
Microsoft news and updates
Why we follow:
For keeping yourself up-to-date on anything Microsoft & Microsoft Windows related, Mary should be your go-to source. She posts daily about patch updates, Windows news, and her weekly streaming show Windows Weekly.

Looking for more journalists to follow? See our growing list of influential journalists on our Twitter lists page.

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