Which journalists are covering the World Cup?
On the eve of a month's worth of the beautiful game, here's a quick look at some of the journalists covering the World Cup in Brazil.
This list, (with links to each org's hub), and my Twitter list is just getting started, so if your news organization is there or I missed someone (I definitely missed someone), email me at email@example.com, or tweet at me @kristenhare, and I'll add you to the list.
The AP has a lot of people ready to cover each of the 64 matches in Brazil (there are 44 members on the Twitter list.) Here are some tweets from just a few of them.
Watching the #nbafinals in Portuguese. Not hard to understand. "Tony Parker, Bingo!"
— Michael A. Giarrusso (@MichaelG1) June 11, 2014
— Gerald Imray (@GeraldImrayAP) June 10, 2014
— Mattias Karén (@mattekaren) June 10, 2014
AP photojournalists are also catching what's happening off the field with Instagram.
— Bob Woodruff (@BobWoodruff) June 10, 2014
Special Report: World Cup Preview: In Brazil, It’s Time for the World to Play http://t.co/ftzA036gea
— New York Times Goal (@nytimesgoal) June 11, 2014
— Fernanda Santos (@fernandaNYT) June 10, 2014
— Sam Borden (@SamBorden) June 11, 2014
Blatter: "1 out of 6 people on planet think about football." Rest wonder how he keeps his job.
— Andrew Das (@AndrewDasNYT) June 11, 2014
So that's my last Yankees story for a bit. Starting next week I'll be on World Cup detail. But i'll be checking in on the Yanks from Brazil.
— David Waldstein (@DavidWaldstein) June 6, 2014
— Andrew Keh (@andrewkeh) June 11, 2014
— Simon Romero (@viaSimonRomero) June 11, 2014
At the Rio airport, travelers are not greeted with World Cup signs or soccer-related ads. Supermodels say hi first. pic.twitter.com/LXXEN1TN5j
— Juliet Macur (@JulietMacur) June 11, 2014
— Sergio Peçanha (@sergionyt) June 10, 2014
Spent day talking to conflicted Brazilians abt their love for futbol but anger over spending for #worldcup. The anger runs deep.
— Julie Foudy (@JulieFoudy) June 10, 2014
Media barbecue at São Paulo FC. At least I think it's for the media. pic.twitter.com/fW5Qarajf6
— Jeremy Schaap (@JeremySchaap) June 11, 2014
Here's my stunning Rio view. pic.twitter.com/wHgByEsrCF
— John Brewin (@JohnBrewinESPN) June 11, 2014
Blatter: "We shall wonder if one day our game is played on other planets, why not?… Then we'll have an Interplanetary Cup."
— Gabriele Marcotti (@Marcotti) June 11, 2014
1 more day. pic.twitter.com/lOsmn2CQQr
— James Dall (@JamesDallESPN) June 11, 2014
I wrote a story about Cortes, the World Cup and Gabriel Garcia Marquez: http://t.co/cvwF2RGbon
— Wright Thompson (@wrightthompson) June 11, 2014
Bom Dia from Sao Paulo. "You can have any color of building you like, so long as it's white." pic.twitter.com/yRzH9Yme45
— Chris Jones (@MySecondEmpire) June 11, 2014
US World Cup team practices in the rain in São Paulo pic.twitter.com/ldhVmEygvv
— Kevin Baxter (@kbaxter11) June 10, 2014
Is it just me, or is there still absolutely zero evidence of foreigners arriving for the World Cup in São Paulo?
— Vincent Bevins (@Vinncent) June 10, 2014
— Evan Doherty (@YSportsEvan) June 11, 2014
Brazil cost no.13: 8 KFC chicken pieces and 2 sides US$17.9 pic.twitter.com/h1xnITy7ly
— Dom Phillips (@domphillips) June 9, 2014
Couldn't wait any longer for World Cup construction to finish: pic.twitter.com/NHkV8h0aES
— Steven Goff (@SoccerInsider) June 11, 2014
How do you know when US men's national team is near its practice facility in São Paulo? Just track the… http://t.co/dudeP6mHZt
— Rick Maese (@RickMaese) June 10, 2014
Yeah I said it -- #worldcup2014 will be most tweeted event OF ALL TIME. Actually a Brazilian twitter executive said it so it has to be true.
— Lulu Garcia-Navarro (@lourdesgnavarro) June 10, 2014
Solid dinner at São Cristóvão in São Paulo with old Brazilian soccer memorabilia on the walls. Even had a Seattle Sounders scarf there.
— Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl) June 10, 2014
Finally got around to watching The Class of 92. Lovely warm up for the World Cup after some time off from football.
— Georgina Turner (@georgina_turner) June 10, 2014
— John Southall (@JohnSouthall5) June 11, 2014
— Jon Sopel (@BBCJonSopel) June 10, 2014
Great walk down the Copacabana talking to fans for @bbcworldservice: Argentina, Australia, Chile, Colombia, Eng, Holland & confident Croats.
— John Bennett (@JohnBennettBBC) June 11, 2014
This is how much Brazil loves their football! pic.twitter.com/3CTm9DDWeY
— Steve Bower (@SteveBowercomm) June 11, 2014
Blatter: "Ladies and gentlemen, let's go together forward for the good of the game." To the buffet, presumably.
— Owen Gibson (@owen_g) June 11, 2014
A Croatian freelance would clean up in Sao Paulo right now: was asked twice yesterday by desperate TV people if I was Croatian.
— Jonathan Wilson (@jonawils) June 11, 2014
Landon Donovan apparently joining ESPN's World Cup coverage. Think he'll hammer Jurgen or go all monosyllabic Michael Ballack.#WorldCup
— Matt Futterman (@MattFutterman) June 11, 2014
Rio airport all yellow and green this morning—Aussie yellow and green. Fans traveling in big numbers as usual despite brutal #WorldCup draw.
— Joshua Robinson (@JoshRobinson23) June 11, 2014
— Jonathan Clegg (@CleggJon) June 6, 2014
— John Lyons (@LyonsBrazil) June 11, 2014
— Will Davies (@WillMHDavies) June 11, 2014
— Will Davies (@WillMHDavies) June 11, 2014