Vox talent grows with 2 new hires at The Verge
We’re excited to have 2 digital native journalists joining our family at The Verge this week.
Greg Sandoval joins The Verge as a senior reporter. He spent the past 7 years as a senior writer at CNET covering digital media and entertainment. Prior to that, he was a staff writer at The Washington Post, Associated Press and Los Angeles Times. In 2010, Sandoval was a finalist for a Loeb Award in the Best Beat Reporting category for his coverage on the now defunct digital music service SpiralFrog. His experience also includes a year in television, working as an associate producer at the E! True Hollywood Story. Follow him on Twitter @sandonet.
Greg’s hire covered by The New York Times.
His post on joining The Verge.
Carl Franzen joins The Verge as a reporter. He was previously the lead science and tech reporter at Talking Points Memo. Prior to that, he was a writer and member of the launch staffs of The Daily and The Atlantic Wire, and covered breaking news at AOL. He lives in Brooklyn with his talented girlfriend and semi-talented cat. Follow him on Twitter @carlfranzen.
Welcome Greg and Carl!