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BBC's Cellan-Jones Named Top Tech Influencer

  • MediaTel, Tuesday, February 28, 2012 12:50 AM

The top 25 media influencers in UK's digital technology space in 2012 have been named in The Tech Influence 25, a report by Propeller and Cision. Rory Cellan-Jones, technology correspondent for the BBC leads the list, followed by Charles Arthur, technology editor for The Guardian and Mark Prigg, science & technology editor for the Evening Standard. While most influencers are based in the UK, the list also includes U.S. influencers Chris Anderson, editor-in-chief of Wired at No. 7 and Michael Wolff at No. 18.

  • Rory Cellan-Jones, tech correspondent at the BBC
  • Charles Arthur, tech editor at the Guardian
  • Mark Prigg, science & tech editor at the Evening Standard
  • Murad Ahmed, tech correspondent at the Times
  • Mark Sweney, media reporter at the Media Guardian
  • Jonathan Fildes, tech reporter at the BBC
  • Tim Bradshaw, digital media correspondent at the Financial Times
  • Chris Anderson, editor-in-chief at Wired
  • Rupert Goodwins, editor at ZDNet
  • Aleks Krotoski, tech, media & telecoms news editor at the Guardian
  • Ian Burrell, media editor at the Independent
  • Daniel Robinson, tech editor at
  • Emma Barnett, digital media editor at the Telegraph
  • Josh Halliday, media & tech reporter at the Guardian
  • Dan Sabbagh, head of tech & media at the Media Guardian
  • Kieran Alger, online editor at T3 The Gadget Magazine
  • Michael Wolff, contributing editor at Vanity Fair
  • Katherine Rushton, telecomms, tech & media correspondent at the Telegraph
  • Pete Cashmore, CEO at Mashable
  • Mike Butcher, European editor at TechCrunch
  • Ken Wheaton, managing editor at AdAge
  • Olivia Solon, associate editor at Wired
  • Shane Richmond, head of technology at the Telegraph
  • Justin Pearse, editor at New Media Age
  • Ludwig Siegele, tech correspondent at the Economist

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