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An Interview with Ebyline’s Bill Momary

Ebyline, a content management platform, connects freelancers and publishers to create quality content. Founded in 2009 by Bill Momary and Allen Narcisse, Ebyline’s software allows publishers to find freelancers, assign stories and deliver payments through one platform. Freelancers can pitch story ideas to publishers through the service, and the site includes a content marketplace for publishers to buy and distribute content.

Momary, CEO and co-founder of Ebyline, previously had roles with the Ventura County Star and the Los Angeles Times. He shared some of his thoughts with 10,000 Words on Ebyline, the future of content and changes in the media industry. Read more

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4 Reasons Freelancers Should Try Ebyline

Ebyline: Welcome to the Virtual Newsroom from Ebyline on Vimeo.

Last week, Ebyline, an online content platform that brings together news organizations and freelance journalists, announced it was adding video and audio capabilities to its list of services.
The “virtual newsroom” — the brainchild of two former Los Angeles Times execs — has worked with groups like ProPublica and Variety magazine. “News is really at the focal point of what we do,” said Bill Momary, Ebyline’s CEO and co-founder.

Here are four reasons  freelancers (and editors) should take a look at Ebyline. Read more