Brian Fung is a technology reporter who covers the intersection of business and policy. A native of Washington, D.C., Brian spent almost six years at The Washington Post, where he wrote extensively about the media industry's struggle to adapt to the Internet; the battle over net neutrality; and the rise of novel innovations such as self-driving cars.
Prior to The Post, Brian served numerous roles at Atlantic Media, where he was the technology correspondent at National Journal and an associate editor at The Atlantic. He is a graduate of Middlebury College and the London School of Economics, and speaks two dialects of Chinese. Brian is fond of cycling and backcountry camping, and when he's not on a hiking trip, likes to play board games and video games with friends at his home in Washington.