I did a quick Twitter Search for #followfriday and journalism and here are the Twitter users that popped up, along with their Twitter bios (users without bios are not listed).
@10000words – Multimedia journalism and online tools blog authored by Mark S. Luckie
@acarvin – vlogger, blogger, npr social media guy; man about town
@agahran – Media consultant, info-provocateur, journalist, semi-geek
@bakercom1 – Pam Baker is a prolific and popular freelance journalist and author. Her work appears in leading print and online publications around the globe
@collazoprojects – raveler, writer, editor, translator, foodie, researcher. Always interested in the overlooked, untold stories.
@Digidave – Personal blog: http://www.digidave.org – Journalist turned entrepreneur. Currently running spot.us a nonprofit to support indy journalists
@frontlineblog – The Frontline Blogger writes about the Frontline Club and the world of foreign correspondents, war reporters, life on the frontline and the job of journalism.
@jayrosen_nyu – I teach journalism at NYU, write the blog PressThink, direct NewAssignment.Net, and try to grok new media. I don’t do lifecasting but mindcasting on Twitter.
@jdlasica – Blogger since 2001. Socialmedia.biz was named the #1 site covering the social Web. Strategist, author, journalist, entrepreneur, travel addict.
@MacDivaONA – Journalist, blogger, connector.
@paulbradshaw – logger, journalist, senior lecturer in online journalism and web design at Birmingham City University, social media bloke, media consultant, dad
@rachelsklar – Media addict on the loose.
@shirleybrady – BusinessWeek.com community editor; Scots-born Canuck in NYC (via HK); mom; muse; dog-walker; media geek
@suzanneyada – Former copy editor, studying journalism and business at San Jose State University. Also an intern at Public-Press.org.
@timwindsor – Digital strategist at Johns Hopkins University. Former online media mogul. Apple Fanboy. Baltimorean. Honda Element driver. Coffee fiend.