Megan Morrone

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Megan Morrone
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Megan Morrone
Born Megan Wells Olesky
(1973-03-15) March 15, 1973 (age 44)
Residence California
Nationality American
Education Johns Hopkins University
Occupation Journalist; podcaster; broadcaster
Employer TWiT
Known for The Screen Savers; Jumping Monkeys; iOS Today; The New Screen Savers

Megan Morrone (born Megan Wells Olesky on March 15, 1973)[1] is an American writer and former television personality. She is co-host of TWiT online programs Tech News Today and iOS Today.


Morrone was on-air talent, a producer, and a web producer for Tech TV, appearing on technology-related television show The Screen Savers until 2003. Reportedly, Morrone quit The Screen Savers to raise a family and write for one of Microsoft's consumer websites. She made occasional guest appearances after departing.

With Microsoft, Morrone was a writer and editor for 11 years, developing and writing for Microsoft Safety and Security Center, writing for the Security Tips & Talk blog, writing for one newsletter, and managing content for another.

She now runs the Jumping Monkeys website devoted to her three children and to child-raising issues. She announced in February 2009 that the podcast, at one point on hiatus, would not be returning.[2]

Following the 2004 merger of G4 and TechTV, Screen Savers host Leo Laporte created a podcast and video network called Morrone guest co-hosted Inside the Net in 2006.[3] From 2007 to 2008, Morrone co-hosted the Jumping Monkeys: Parenting in the Digital Age program with Laporte.

She returned to TWiT in 2015,[4] having guest co-hosted Inside the Net in 2006.[3] hosting the final year of both iFive for the iPhone and Tech News 2Night, co-hosting iOS Today with Leo Laporte (2015 on), and co-hosting a relaunched Tech News Today with Jason Howell, starting in 2016.

Personal life[edit]

Morrone earned a BA from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.[5] She currently lives in Northern California with her husband, Marco, and their three children, Annabella, Milo, and Huck.[5]


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