WSJ assembles new team
The Wall Street Journal is expanding its coverage of personal technology, and to help with that, they've created a new team focused on helping readers understand devices, apps and software that fall under that umbrella. First up, Geoffrey Fowler will be reviewer/columnist.
"Our new @wsj personal tech team will also be joined by @wjrothman & @nateog. Looking forward to the creativity, brains & humor of this team," Fowler tweeted.
On that note, Wilson Rothman will indeed join the group as personal technology editor -- managing reviews, personal tech news and coverage strategy. Rothman was most recently with NBC News as a technology and science editor.
"Excited to join @WSJ as personal tech editor, and work alongside @geoffreyfowler and @JoannaStern, but will miss the good folks at @NBCNews," Rothman shared.
And as you might have guessed, Joanna Stern is also joining forces with Fowler and Rothman. She comes from ABC News, where she has been a technology editor.
"So, I've got some big personal news!" Stern teased on Twitter. "I'm heading to the WSJ as a personal technology columnist / reviewer."
And last but not least, Nathan Olivarez-Giles will be personal tech blogger and web producer.
"Excited to work with @JoannaStern and the rest of the @WSJ team," he tweeted.
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