Josh Constine is a technology journalist who specializes in deep analysis of social products. He is currently an Editor-At-Large for TechCrunch.
Previously, Constine was the Lead Writer of Inside Facebook, where he covered Facebook product changes, privacy, ads, ecommerce, games, and music technology.
Constine graduated from Stanford University in 2009 with a Master's degree in Cybersociology, examining the influence of technology on social interaction. He researched the impact of privacy controls on the socialization of children, meme popularity cycles, and what influences the click through rate of links posted to Twitter.
Constine also received a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from Stanford University in 2007, with a concentration in Social Psychology & Interpersonal Processes.
Josh Constine is an experienced public speaker, and has done on-stage inteviews with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, Dropbox CEO Drew Houston, SoundCloud CEO Alex Ljung, and Senator Cory Booker. He's been quoted by The Wall Street Journal, CNN Money, The Atlantic, BBC World Magazine, Slate, and more, plus has been featured on television on NBC and Fox News. Constine is available for speaking gigs.
[Disclosures: Josh Constine advises a college friend's social location-sharing startup codenamed 'Signal' that is based in San Francisco. This advising role has been cleared with AOL and TechCrunch's editors. Constine's cousin Darren Lachtman is the founder of Niche, which connects social media stars to sponsorships from brands.]
|Oct 26, 2016||TechCrunch - Twitter finally stops counting usernames against reply character limits|
|Sep 15, 2016||Business Insider Australia - Facebook explains why it got rid of human news editors|
|Sep 14, 2016||Business Insider (tech) - Facebook explains why it got rid of human news editors|
|Sep 6, 2016||TechCrunch - How Facebook News Feed Works|
|Aug 30, 2016||AdExchanger - Omnicom Gets McDonald's; Donald Trump's Campaign Relies On TV And Phone|
|Aug 20, 2016||Business Insider Australia - Facebook's latest defence against Snapchat was built for teens, by a teen|
|Aug 19, 2016||Business Insider (tech) - Facebook's latest defense against Snapchat was built for teens by a teen|
|Aug 13, 2016||Mediagazer - Concerned about revenue split, algorithm tweaks, and ad sales control, TV content owners like the NFL, Disney, and NBCUniversal resist Facebook video deals|