Welcome to CNET, Ashley Esqueda

CNET has a new family member, and we can't wait for you to meet her.

The inimitable Ashley Esqueda
The inimitable Ashley Esqueda Ashley Esqueda

I'm wildly excited to announce some CNET news today. Starting in mid-March, Ashley Esqueda will be joining the CNET family as a senior editor and on-air host. We're thrilled to welcome her as a new member of our tech-loving family working alongside our cast of wonderful video personalities.

You probably already know Ashley from her many shows and her irrepressible Twitter presence. She's everywhere online and has spent the last few years doing excellent on-camera work for TechnoBuffalo, Tecca, and Escapist. But in case you don't, here's what you should know: Ashley is an on-air tech expert and, in her free time, a player of pretty much every video game ever. If you follow her, she'll make your life more fun and better informed.

Ashley and the rest of the CNET video crew will be hard at work planning something big and new for CNET. We can't tell you quite yet what she's plotting, but when we're ready, you're going to love it. Stay tuned.

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Lindsey Turrentine is Editor-in-Chief of CNET Reviews, where she sets the direction for CNET.com, CNET TV, CNET How To, and all of CNET's compelling consumer tech advice. She has worked for 15 years in Internet journalism.

 

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