10 Seattle Tech Media Influencers to Follow

Apr 12, 2022 Danielle Vincent

Seattle is the home for many top-tier business and trade press. Take a look at some of the journalists here in our backyard, covering startups, entrepreneurs and cool innovations coming out of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.

#1: Dina Bass, tech reporter, Bloomberg  [@dinabass / 23.8K followers]

#2: Karen Weise, tech correspondent, The New York Times [@KYWeise / 9,628 followers]

#3: Devin Coldwey, tech contributor, TechCrunch [author profile and personal website]

#4: Lauren Rosenblatt, business reporter, Seattle Times [@LRosenblatt_ / 1,301 followers]

#5: Ashley Stewart, tech corresponder, Insider [@ashannstew / 3,133 followers) 

#6: Nick Wingfield, senior editor, The Information [@nickwingfield / 18.5K followers) 

#7: Todd Bishop, co-founder, GeekWire [@toddbishop / 25K followers) 

#8: Chris Grygiel, Seattle news editor, The Associated Press [@ChrisGrygiel / 2,924 followers]

#9: Jay Greene, freelance journalist, The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek & Seattle Times, among others [@greene / 7,404 followers]

#10: Taylor Soper, managing editor, GeekWire [@Taylor_Soper / 10.4K followers]

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Topics: Storytelling, Influencers, journalists, Inkhouse Seattle
Danielle Vincent

Danielle is a vice president at Inkhouse. She resides in Greater Seattle and works on B2B tech client accounts.

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