Allie Coyne

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Allie Coyne is a Sydney-based journalist.

Coyne started on iTnews in 2013 after almost two years running the website of technology channel publication CRN.

Coyne won best new journalist in the 2013 Microsoft IT Journalism Awards, and came runner-up in the same category of the Publisher’s Australia awards in 2012.

Prior to her stint at CRN, Coyne was news editor of technology media publications ITJourno and Influencing at MediaConnect, reporting on the goings-on within the tech media.



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