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Bryan Logan

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Senior Global News Editor — Business Insider
As seen in: Business Insider, Yahoo, MSN, Inc., The Hollywood Reporter, Providence Journal, Peoria Journal Star, The Canton Repository and 114 more
Covers:  financial markets, national and international news, local news, weather, law, crime, entertainment, media business, legal, politics, education, automotive, technology, social media, music

Senior Global News Editor @BusinessInsider. Reports on politics & cars. Lifelong musician. Car nerd. DMs open. Send me tips: blogan@businessinsider.com

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Biography

  • I come with bylines in The Hollywood Reporter, appearances on BBC News and backgrounds at KABC-7 Los Angeles and NBCUniversal. Today, I'm a news editor and writer at Business Insider in San Francisco. Previously, I held positions as news and digital editor for the #1 news/talk station in the co...

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Hollywood heavyweights are donating millions of dollars to #MarchforOurLives, a national student-led movement against gun violence  http://read.bi/2sMiewI 
RT @JoyAnnReid: Note to America: the Civil Rights Movement was in large part populated by students -- from college to elementary --… https://t.co/sLihXl2cd9
RT @DavidCornDC: Remember: * Trump publicly asked Russia to help. * Trump's top campaign advisers accepted an offer of secret help… https://t.co/mZJZYOqDdE
RT @jbarro: Remember when grassroots mainstream liberals sent Jill Stein $7 million for “recount” efforts?  https://twitter.com/profcarroll/status/964607087593566208 
RT @markknoller: The First Lady joined in the praise for the sheriff's personnel. "Thanks a lot for what you do and saving our child… https://t.co/OwFyx11rOS
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What was your first job as a journalist?

I count my apprenticeship at KABC-TV as my first job in journalism. It was my first real taste of reporting from the field.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

It was an electronic typewriter, with a monochrome screen. Type your document, hit "print" and it types everything out, one letter at a time.

What's the funniest news-related #hashtag you've seen?

#gameover #nothingtoseehere – at the end of a live-tweeted police pursuit.