MIT Techno Review Review G Review today announced that Pte Tech Editor Matt Honon has been hired as its new Editor-in-Chief. Hon joins BuzzFeed News, where he and his team have published effective, hard-hitting journalism that asks important questions, grabs attention, and wins multiple awards, including the 2021 Pulitzer Prize.

In his new role, Honon has been featured on new MITs, including websites, podcasts, newsletters and print magazines. The technology review will provide leadership, creative vision and editorial direction for the portfolio, as well as new platforms and formats under development.

“Over the last several years, the MIT Technological Review G Review has evolved into a multi-platform, digital-first media company reporting on the most important technological stories of our time. The next step in our evolution is to reach a wider audience with our top, authoritative journalism, ”said Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau, CEO and publisher of MIT Technology Review. “The mat brings to this important role a rare combination of vision, energy and how to know digital media. I enjoy working with them to shape the future of MIT technology reviews. ”

“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to lead such a talented group of journalists,” Hon said. “The MIT Technical Review G Review is at the center of a lot of pressing issues. Things like novel technologies, cutting edge science, climate crisis and ongoing epidemics are much needed and desired to understand how to bring about change in society. We are going to tell powerful stories that will help people understand, think differently about it and change our world. It’s a great opportunity, and I’m really excited to get started. ”

The Honon MIT Technology Review will begin at 17 Review Gust.

About MIT Technology Review

Founded in 1899, MIT Technological Review G Review is a world-renowned, independent media company whose insights, analysis and interviews explain new technologies and their commercial, social and political implications. The MIT Technological Review derives its authority from its relationships through the review, the deep technical knowledge of the world’s leading technology institute and its editors, the ability to see technologies in their broadest context and the vague access of leading innovators and researchers. The goal of the MIT Technology Review G Review is to make better informed and more informed decisions about technology through authoritative, influential and reliable journalism.