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tech journalist of the year award
sponsored by Luther Pendragon
A fast-moving world like technology requires agile journalists that understand the tech space and have the ability to cover the wide range of topics and industries right across the sector.
The COVID-19 pandemic significantly accelerated our shift to a digital world, meaning the spotlight is firmly on tech – a trend that is certainly not likely to wane any time soon. Never before have we been so reliant on tech journalists to help navigate the ever-evolving world of tech, providing insights and breaking down the complexities of the tech eco system.
Our four shortlisted journalists have done an outstanding job of providing incisive, accurate and up to date commentary on the sector. They are:
Martin is a tech reporter at Business Insider, with a particular interest in European startups and AI. He has previously written stories for the Financial Times, The Guardian, London Evening Standard and Politics Home.
Some recent coverage from Martin can be found below.
Dan is an investigative reporter at the FT and was instrumental in uncovering the Wirecard scandal. He is a former editor of FT Alphaville and in more than a decade at the FT has also been Capital Markets Editor, worked as the FT’s Investment Correspondent in New York, and had stints writing for the Lex Column.
Some recent coverage from Dan can be found below.
Jamie is a City Correspondent at the Mail on Sunday, a role he will shortly be leaving to start at the Sunday Times. Prior to this, he covered the stock market for the Evening Standard and Independent in addition to covering the tech sector. Jamie has also been a Financial Journalist at Proactive Investors.
Some recent coverage from Jamie can be found below.
Steve is currently a technology journalist at TechCrunch, where he focuses on European startups, companies and products.
Along with TechCrunch, Steve has written for numerous publications, including ZDNet (where he wrote the well-respected blog 'The Social Web'), The Guardian, Macworld, TES, Last100 and ReadWriteWeb. He also wrote and directed the critically acclaimed Silicon Valley documentary 'In Search of the Valley', which was released in September 2006.
Some recent coverage from Steve can be found below.