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Pitch Your TV Clients to TV Guide - Posted January 10, 2013
TV Guide's mission is simple: to help people sort through the overwhelming choices of TV shows. Because of its unique positioning as the only magazine focused solely on TV coverage, TV Guide is the definitive resource for rescuing readers from aimless hours of channel surfing. "We watch everyt... [PRNewser]

Land $2 A Word at TV Guide - Posted January 10, 2013
At TV Guide, freelancers land more than just a byline. Because editors already have the inside scoop on the top shows, freelancers are assigned to a beat and cover a particular show for the magazine. So, if your writing can woo the editors, you could be landing regular assignments in no time... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Land $2 A Word at TV Guide - Posted January 10, 2013
At TV Guide, freelancers land more than just a byline. Because editors already have the inside scoop on the top shows, freelancers are assigned to a beat and cover a particular show for the magazine. So, if your writing can woo the editors, you could be landing regular assignments in no time... [FishbowlNY]

Land $2 A Word at TV Guide - Posted January 10, 2013
At TV Guide, freelancers land more than just a byline. Because editors already have the inside scoop on the top shows, freelancers are assigned to a beat and cover a particular show for the magazine. So, if your writing can woo the editors, you could be landing regular assignments in no time... [FishbowlLA]

Alison Stewart to Guest Host Maddow - Posted November 18, 2008
MSNBC alum, and all-around TV sweetheart Alison Stewart (so says Chris, who worked with her too) will be guest hosting The Rachel Maddow Show tonight and tomorrow night. This comes after some not-so-great reviews for ... [TVNewser]

Will Keck Moves to TV Guide - Posted July 9, 2008
Longtime USA Today entertainment columnist Will Keck makes his move to TV Guide to become the senior editor of the mag's Hollywood bureau. Keck's first assignment for the mag will be to cover the TCAs. Press release follows: Congrats, Will! ... [FishbowlLA]

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