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How To Pitch: Coastal Living
Take 'beach read' to a new level with a feature package pitch for this coast-loving lifestyle mag.

How To Pitch: Whole Life Times
Deliver newsy front-of-book stories through an L.A. lens to break into this mostly freelance health and wellness magazine.

How To Pitch: The Nest
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Open to working with new writers, the Sunday supplement of The Boston Globe seeks Q&A's, essays and reported features with Mass. appeal.

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6 Reasons a Journalism Degree Is Still Necessary - Posted July 23, 2012
There's been much ado about why going to J-school is useless. You can learn to blog and write on the job, they say. The dearth of jobs means you probably won't b... [TVSpy]

The Benefits of J-School in the Digital Age - Posted July 23, 2012
The cons of attending journalism school can typically be narrowed down to cost of tuition, the importance of real-life job experience, and the cost of tuition. But the contacts you'll gain from a formal education can't be underestimated -- especially in a business where relationships are everything. "I made friends with other... [PRNewser]

The Benefits of J-School in the Digital Age - Posted July 23, 2012
The cons of attending journalism school can typically be narrowed down to cost of tuition, the importance of real-life job experience, and the cost of tuition. But the contacts you'll gain from a formal education can't be underestimated -- especially in a business where relationships are everything. "I made friends with other... [FishbowlLA]

6 Reasons a Journalism Degree Is Still Necessary - Posted July 23, 2012
There's been much ado about why going to J-school is useless. You can learn to blog and write on the job, they say. The dearth of jobs means you probably won't b... [10,000 Words]

Party Photos: Mediabistro's Student and Intern Party in NYC - Posted July 18, 2012
With summer internships well underway, mediabistro.com gave the hardworking interns a chance to mingle and share a drink at last night's Mediabistro Student and Intern party. On top of meeting future co-workers in the media world, the students also got a chance to chat with ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Party Photos: Mediabistro's Student and Intern Party in NYC - Posted July 18, 2012
With summer internships well underway, mediabistro.com gave the hardworking interns a chance to mingle and share a drink at last night's Mediabistro Student and Intern party. On top of meeting future co-workers in the media world, the students also got a chance to chat with ... [FishbowlNY]

Party Photos: Mediabistro's Student and Intern Party in NYC - Posted July 18, 2012
With summer internships well underway, mediabistro.com gave the hardworking interns a chance to mingle and share a drink at last night's Mediabistro Student and Intern party. On top of meeting future co-workers in the media world, the students also got a chance to chat with ... [MediaJobsDaily]

HR Execs Tell How to Prepare for a Job Interview - Posted July 10, 2012
Our Career Breakfast panelists had a lot more to offer than cookie-cutter advice about preparing for a job interview. If you missed our live broadcast, we've rounded up a few key tips and embedded the full video below. Lars Schmidt, NPR's talent acquisition leader, advised candidates to Google themselves to fully understand... [MediaJobsDaily]

Can (And Should) Journalists Stay Purely Objective? - Posted June 6, 2012
Roland Martin doesn't think so. "The idea of being objective is a ridiculous one. Let's just be honest," he said in Mediabistro's latest So What Do You Do? interview. "Everybody -... [10,000 Words]

What Really Happens After You Submit Your Resume - Posted June 5, 2012
More and more employers are asking applicants to submit resumes to their online systems, but do you really know where your information is going, or even if it will get to human hands? In this Mediabistro Career Breakfast, our panel explains what happens after you apply and how you can stand... [MediaJobsDaily]

What a Great Magazine Pitch Looks Like - Posted June 4, 2012
If there's one thing editors like writers to have, it's access to the subject they're pitching. For Alexis Adams, it was her experience living in a Greek village that helped her query about horta, an ingredient... [morningmedianewsfeed]

What a Great Magazine Pitch Looks Like - Posted June 4, 2012
If there's one thing editors like writers to have, it's access to the subject they're pitching. For Alexis Adams, it was her experience living in a Greek village that helped her query about horta, an ingredient... [FishbowlNY]

What a Great Magazine Pitch Looks Like - Posted June 4, 2012
If there's one thing editors like writers to have, it's access to the subject they're pitching. For Alexis Adams, it was her experience living in a Greek village that helped her query about horta, an ingredient... [FishbowlLA]

Land A Feature (And A Job) At Working Mother - Posted May 31, 2012
Where most parenting magazines focus exclusively on children, Working Mother is meant for mothers who are dedicated to their families and committed to their careers. There are lots of pages to fill at this niche pub, as editors are on a constant search for profiles of a special mom who's making it... [MediaJobsDaily]

Why Richard Lawson Left Gawker For Atlantic Wire - Posted May 30, 2012
It's been almost eight months since entertainment writer and TV recapper extraordinaire Richard Lawson jumped into The Atlantic Wire. After racking up 2.4 million monthly views as Gawker's most popular writer, you'd think Lawson would want to stay put. B... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Why Richard Lawson Left Gawker For Atlantic Wire - Posted May 30, 2012
It's been almost eight months since entertainment writer and TV recapper extraordinaire Richard Lawson jumped into The Atlantic Wire. After racking up 2.4 million monthly views as Gawker's most popular writer, you'd think Lawson would want to stay put. B... [FishbowlNY]

6 Huge Mistakes Journalists Make in Social Media - Posted May 30, 2012
No. 4: You don't post often enough. Facebook and Twitter might be the big boys, but people read news on LinkedIn, too. And, while Google+ might not be racking up a ton of active users, if you're on there, you should at least share something every now and then. The... [10,000 Words]

Land A Cover Story With Your Weekend Getaways - Posted May 25, 2012
When you're jetting off for the long holiday weekend, remember the stories and places you come across -- they could land you a cover story. GO, the award-winning in-flight magazine for Airtran, is seeking in-depth travel pieces on markets that are less-covered. "We want to inspire really interesting ways of seeing different... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Land A Cover Story With Your Weekend Getaways - Posted May 25, 2012
When you're jetting off for the long holiday weekend, remember the stories and places you come across -- they could land you a cover story. GO, the award-winning in-flight magazine for Airtran, is seeking in-depth travel pieces on markets that are less-covered. "We want to inspire really interesting ways of seeing different... [FishbowlNY]

Hook Editors with a Travel Angle - Posted May 25, 2012
Under-the-radar locales make for great stories in any travel mag, but, add a Hollywood hook, and editors at this Airtran mag can't help but hop on board. In honor of the 40th anniversary of the iconic movie Deliverance, a freelancer pitched and published a story to GO showcasing Georgia's Tallulah Gorge, where... [FishbowlLA]

How Lola Ogunnaike Snagged Big Time Bylines - Posted May 23, 2012
While Lola Ogunnaike has interviewed First Lady Michelle Obama for BET and been a regular contributor for Today and MSNBC, her first love is writing, with her byline appearing in the pages of ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

How Lola Ogunnaike Snagged Big Time Bylines - Posted May 23, 2012
While Lola Ogunnaike has interviewed First Lady Michelle Obama for BET and been a regular contributor for Today and MSNBC, her first love is writing, with her byline appearing in the pages of ... [FishbowlNY]

4 Reasons Your Stuff Should Be In The Cloud - Posted May 23, 2012
Cloud services are, first and foremost, an easy way to access your stuff from any device. But, for media professionals and die-hard Twitter users, there's an added bonus: increased productivity. "I no longer have to ask myself, 'Which computer did I create that on?' or 'Where is that file?' I can travel... [AllTwitter]

Earn $1/Word At Family Circle - Posted May 18, 2012
General parenting magazines are aplenty in this industry, but Family Circle specifically zeroes in on the life of raising a teenager. So, scribes hoping for a byline need to make sure they offer concrete tips for the health and well-being of readers' families. "We offer essential advice for tough parenting challenges, fun... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Earn $1/Word At Family Circle - Posted May 18, 2012
General parenting magazines are aplenty in this industry, but Family Circle specifically zeroes in on the life of raising a teenager. So, scribes hoping for a byline need to make sure they offer concrete tips for the health and well-being of readers' families. "We offer essential advice for tough parenting challenges, fun... [FishbowlNY]

Boston Bylines For New Yorkers - Posted May 17, 2012
Landing a byline at a regional pub when you're an out-of-towner takes some effort, but as long as you keep in mind the audience you're writing for, editors are usually open-minded. Take The Boston Globe Magazine, for example. Editor-in-chief Susanne Altho... [FishbowlLA]

Boston Bylines For New Yorkers - Posted May 17, 2012
Landing a byline at a regional pub when you're an out-of-towner takes some effort, but as long as you keep in mind the audience you're writing for, editors are usually open-minded. Take The Boston Globe Magazine, for example. Editor-in-chief Susanne Altho... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Boston Bylines For New Yorkers - Posted May 17, 2012
Landing a byline at a regional pub when you're an out-of-towner takes some effort, but as long as you keep in mind the audience you're writing for, editors are usually open-minded. Take The Boston Globe Magazine, for example. Editor-in-chief Susanne Altho... [FishbowlNY]

Kardashians Producer Knew Marriage Wouldn't Last - Posted May 16, 2012
When Kim Kardashian first started seeing wedding bells with Kris Humphries, producer Jonathan Murray didn't bat an eyelash -- because he knew it wouldn't last. "With Kim and her marriage, she showed up for Kourtney... [FishbowlLA]

Publish Your Multimedia Stories In Time Out Chicago - Posted May 15, 2012
Regional magazines sometimes feel like an exclusive club that you can't get into unless you're a local. But for the Chicago edition of Time Out, writers from beyond the Windy City are welcome to send in their stories, including music and concert reviews for its TOC website. At over 3 million page... [10,000 Words]

Publish Your Multimedia Stories In Time Out Chicago - Posted May 15, 2012
Regional magazines sometimes feel like an exclusive club that you can't get into unless you're a local. But for the Chicago edition of Time Out, writers from beyond the Windy City are welcome to send in their stories, including music and concert reviews for its TOC website. At over 3 million page... [TVSpy]

Your Tone Of Voice Can Ruin That Job Interview - Posted May 14, 2012
Even if we say all the right things on a job interview, it won't matter if you don't have the enthusiasm to back it up. Adam Lyons who, as the founder of Insurance Zebra, has interviewed "hundreds of applicants" said, "If you don't care, I don't care. Sell yourself and get me... [MediaJobsDaily]

9 Interview Errors You Might Not Know You're Committing - Posted May 14, 2012
Let's be honest: Getting the job is all about staying on the interviewer's good side. But even the best of us can annoy the hiring manager without even realizing it. Example one? Talking way too much. Sheryl Bender, senior HR representative with the P... [morningmedianewsfeed]

9 Interview Errors You Might Not Know You're Committing - Posted May 14, 2012
Let's be honest: Getting the job is all about staying on the interviewer's good side. But even the best of us can annoy the hiring manager without even realizing it. Example one? Talking way too much. Sheryl Bender, senior HR representative with the P... [FishbowlNY]

Adventure Stories Wanted At Afar - Posted May 10, 2012
The key to piquing editors' interest is understanding their audience. For Afar, it's globetrotting adventurers who spend an average of $4,100 annually on vacation and personal travel. But don't think this is the Hawaiian-shirt-and-fanny-pack wearing group. Though they enjoy all of the earmarks of luxury, these folks like a real-life ... [TVSpy]

Adventure Stories Wanted At Afar - Posted May 10, 2012
The key to piquing editors' interest is understanding their audience. For Afar, it's globetrotting adventurers who spend an average of $4,100 annually on vacation and personal travel. But don't think this is the Hawaiian-shirt-and-fanny-pack wearing group. Though they enjoy all of the earmarks of luxury, these folks like a real-life ... [10,000 Words]

Think Hyperlocal When Pitching Afar - Posted May 10, 2012
At Afar, editors are seeking stories of travelers who like to juice the place they're visiting for all it's worth -- interacting with the locals, going off the touristy trail to shop in real marketplaces, and eating indigenous, authentically prepared meals. Although their median income hovers just above the six-figure mark and... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Think Hyperlocal When Pitching Afar - Posted May 10, 2012
At Afar, editors are seeking stories of travelers who like to juice the place they're visiting for all it's worth -- interacting with the locals, going off the touristy trail to shop in real marketplaces, and eating indigenous, authentically prepared meals. Although their median income hovers just above the six-figure mark and... [FishbowlNY]

Globetrotting Foodies Can Find a Home at Afar - Posted May 10, 2012
If you're a foodie with a fully stamped passport, Afar editors want to hear your stories, but only if your far-reaching adventures break away from the tourist traps and allow you to enjoy indigenous, authentically prepared meals. And it will take more than a simple recipe to cinch the deal. Editors want... [FishbowlLA]

How To Get Digital Buzz For Your Book - Posted May 8, 2012
Just because a book has been published years ago doesn't mean that authors can't still garner some publicity for it. So what's one easy way to give an older release a new push? Run an eBook promo. "For authors who are less inclined to do a second PR push, eBook price promos... [FishbowlDC]

How To Get Digital Buzz For Your Book - Posted May 8, 2012
Just because a book has been published years ago doesn't mean that authors can't still garner some publicity for it. So what's one easy way to give an older release a new push? Run an eBook promo. "For authors who are less inclined to do a second PR push, eBook price promos... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Read This Before You Quit Your Job - Posted May 7, 2012
By nature, even the coolest jobs start losing their luster the day you start them. So how do you learn to re-love a gig once the honeymoon is over? Tactic No. 1: Do something different. "Become an elastic band. Push yourself to take on new assignments and gain some extra skills," said... [TVNewser]

Read This Before You Quit Your Job - Posted May 7, 2012
By nature, even the coolest jobs start losing their luster the day you start them. So how do you learn to re-love a gig once the honeymoon is over? Tactic No. 1: Do something different. "Become an elastic band. Push yourself to take on new assignments and gain some extra skills," said... [MediaJobsDaily]

Get $1 Per Word And Up At Food Network Magazine - Posted May 4, 2012
Want to see your byline next to those of Food Network stars? It is difficult, but not impossible. Right now, about 5 to 10 percent of Food Network Magazine's content is freelance-generated, at most. "We're a hard pitch. I can probably count on one or two hands how many pitches we've accepted... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Get $1 Per Word And Up At Food Network Magazine - Posted May 4, 2012
Want to see your byline next to those of Food Network stars? It is difficult, but not impossible. Right now, about 5 to 10 percent of Food Network Magazine's content is freelance-generated, at most. "We're a hard pitch. I can probably count on one or two hands how many pitches we've accepted... [FishbowlNY]

Publish Man-Minded Features At Maxim - Posted May 3, 2012
Maxim has aged gracefully throughout the years, growing slightly more sophisticated while remaining tethered to its initial man-minded mission. And they are in search of freelancers who can channel the plain-spoken, witty best friend guiding you through the guy universe. Although the easiest section of the magazine to break into is t... [10,000 Words]

Publish Man-Minded Features At Maxim - Posted May 3, 2012
Maxim has aged gracefully throughout the years, growing slightly more sophisticated while remaining tethered to its initial man-minded mission. And they are in search of freelancers who can channel the plain-spoken, witty best friend guiding you through the guy universe. Although the easiest section of the magazine to break into is t... [TVSpy]

Join the Brotherhood of Maxim Writers - Posted May 3, 2012
Despite all the recent reshuffling in its staff, Maxim remains tethered to its initial man-minded mission, featuring pieces with the brashly irreverent yet surprisingly instructive tone of an enlightened frat brother. "I'd say the level of humor and discourse has gotten a little sharper and smarter," said editor-in-chief ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Join the Brotherhood of Maxim Writers - Posted May 3, 2012
Despite all the recent reshuffling in its staff, Maxim remains tethered to its initial man-minded mission, featuring pieces with the brashly irreverent yet surprisingly instructive tone of an enlightened frat brother. "I'd say the level of humor and discourse has gotten a little sharper and smarter," said editor-in-chief ... [FishbowlNY]

Sportscaster Jim Lampley on Being 'Persuaded' To Blog About Politics - Posted May 2, 2012
After using an incorrect source in his post about the Iraq War for Huffington Post, sports broadcasting heavyweight Jim Lampley faced backlash from readers. But, for the host of HBO's Fight Game, that scenario -- and covering politics, in general -- was never in his game plan. ... [PRNewser]

Sportscaster Jim Lampley on Being 'Persuaded' To Blog About Politics - Posted May 2, 2012
After using an incorrect source in his post about the Iraq War for Huffington Post, sports broadcasting heavyweight Jim Lampley faced backlash from readers. But, for the host of HBO's Fight Game, that scenario -- and covering politics, in general -- was never in his game plan. ... [FishbowlDC]

HBO's Jim Lampley: 'This is the first post-Twitter Summer Olympics' - Posted May 2, 2012
As viewers ready their smartphones and laptops for this year's Summer Olympics, should NBC shift the way they broadcast their games? HBO's Jim Lampley, the voice behind a record 14 Olympic broadcasts and some of the biggest boxing matches in his... [AllTwitter]

How To Get Over Your Networking Fears - Posted May 1, 2012
If all the spring conferences and after work mixers typically leave you noshing on free appetizers rather than actually meeting people, there's a cure. In mediabistro.com's latest AvantGuild feature, career coaches outline five steps to help even the most socially averse conquer their new-people phobia. ... [MediaJobsDaily]

How To Get Over Your Networking Fears - Posted May 1, 2012
If all the spring conferences and after work mixers typically leave you noshing on free appetizers rather than actually meeting people, there's a cure. In mediabistro.com's latest AvantGuild feature, career coaches outline five steps to help even the most socially averse conquer their new-people phobia. ... [TVNewser]

5 Ways To Make Networking Painless - Posted May 1, 2012
If all the spring conferences and after work mixers typically leave you noshing on free appetizers rather than actually meeting people, there's a cure. In mediabistro.com's latest AvantGuild feature, career coaches outline five steps to help even the most socially averse conquer their new-people phobia. ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

5 Ways To Make Networking Painless - Posted May 1, 2012
If all the spring conferences and after work mixers typically leave you noshing on free appetizers rather than actually meeting people, there's a cure. In mediabistro.com's latest AvantGuild feature, career coaches outline five steps to help even the most socially averse conquer their new-people phobia. ... [FishbowlNY]

Before You Sign That Book Contract - Posted April 30, 2012
It's finally happened: Your journalism and technology savvy have led to a print book deal. But before you jump to sign that contract, take a moment to read it thoroughly. Bets are, it won't have your best interest at heart; hidden in the fine print are some common clauses that might... [10,000 Words]

Before You Sign That Book Contract - Posted April 30, 2012
It's finally happened: Your journalism and technology savvy have led to a print book deal. But before you jump to sign that contract, take a moment to read it thoroughly. Bets are, it won't have your best interest at heart; hidden in the fine print are some common clauses that might... [TVSpy]

Before You Sign That Book Contract - Posted April 30, 2012
It's finally happened: Your awesome magazine or newspaper article has led to a book deal. But before you jump to sign that contract, take a moment to read it thoroughly. Bets are, it won't have your best interest at heart; there will be clauses hidden in the fine print that might... [FishbowlLA]

Before You Sign That Book Contract - Posted April 30, 2012
It's finally happened: Your awesome magazine or newspaper article has led to a book deal. But before you jump to sign that contract, take a moment to read it thoroughly. Bets are, it won't have your best interest at heart; there will be clauses hidden in the fine print that might... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Before You Sign That Book Contract - Posted April 30, 2012
It's finally happened: Your awesome magazine or newspaper article has led to a book deal. But before you jump to sign that contract, take a moment to read it thoroughly. Bets are, it won't have your best interest at heart; there will be clauses hidden in the fine print that might... [FishbowlNY]

Land Lifestyle Bylines At Sister 2 Sister - Posted April 27, 2012
Initially launched as a newsletter for women in entertainment by industry veteran Jamie Foster Brown, Sister 2 Sister has been breaking stories in black Hollywood since 1988. But it's the lifestyle half of S2S where freelancers can break in with... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Land Lifestyle Bylines At Sister 2 Sister - Posted April 27, 2012
Initially launched as a newsletter for women in entertainment by industry veteran Jamie Foster Brown, Sister 2 Sister has been breaking stories in black Hollywood since 1988. But it's the lifestyle half of S2S where freelancers can break in with... [FishbowlNY]

Tap Into Black Hollywood for Sister 2 Sister - Posted April 27, 2012
Unlike the gossip and innuendo rampant in the blogosphere, Sister 2 Sister routinely gets its information from the stars themselves. Whether Halle Berry's ex-husband Eric Benet was denying a reported sex addiction or Tamar Braxton and hubby Vince Herbert were dishing about th... [FishbowlLA]

The Right Answers To Those Dreaded Interview Questions - Posted April 26, 2012
We've all faced those questions in interviews. You know, the ones that make you hesitate, stumble, or just plain feel like you won't get the job if you answer them incorrectly. For example: What's the biggest mistake you've ever made at work? The key is to shift the focus from something you did... [TVNewser]

The Right Answers To Those Dreaded Interview Questions - Posted April 26, 2012
We've all faced those questions in interviews. You know, the ones that make you hesitate, stumble, or just plain feel like you won't get the job if you answer them incorrectly. For example: What's the biggest mistake you've ever made at work? The key is to shift the focus from something you did... [MediaJobsDaily]

How To Answer Tricky Job Interview Questions - Posted April 26, 2012
We've all faced those questions in interviews. You know, the ones that make you hesitate, stumble, or just plain feel like you won't get the job if you answer them incorrectly. For example: Why did you leave your last position? You can blame the economy, a lack of growth opportunity, the position changing... [morningmedianewsfeed]

How To Answer Tricky Job Interview Questions - Posted April 26, 2012
We've all faced those questions in interviews. You know, the ones that make you hesitate, stumble, or just plain feel like you won't get the job if you answer them incorrectly. For example: Why did you leave your last position? You can blame the economy, a lack of growth opportunity, the position changing... [FishbowlNY]

Dan Savage on Writing for Print in the Digital Era - Posted April 25, 2012
The newspaper industry's been facing some rough times in the digital era. But Dan Savage, editorial director of The Stranger and star of MTV's Savage U, is optimistic. The syndicated columnist behind "Savage Love" has 21 years of experience under ... [10,000 Words]

Sexpert Dan Savage Says His Column Was 'Too Dirty for New York' - Posted April 25, 2012
With 21 years of experience under his belt, Dan Savage knows sex -- sex journalism, that is. In mediabistro.com's So What Do You Do interview, the noted columnist and star of MTV's Savage U ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Sexpert Dan Savage Says His Column Was 'Too Dirty for New York' - Posted April 25, 2012
With 21 years of experience under his belt, Dan Savage knows sex -- sex journalism, that is. In mediabistro.com's So What Do You Do interview, the noted columnist and star of MTV's Savage U ... [FishbowlNY]

Break into Business Mags With Inc. - Posted April 24, 2012
If you've been following start-up culture and are looking to break into business magazines, you might find a home in Inc. While Inc. occupies the same shelf space of other business publications like Entrepreneur, Fast Company and Forbes, the magazine has a distinction that separates itself from i... [10,000 Words]

Break into Business Mags With Inc. - Posted April 24, 2012
If you've been following start-up culture and are looking to break into business magazines, you might find a home in Inc. While Inc. occupies the same shelf space of other business publications like Entrepreneur, Fast Company and Forbes, the magazine has a distinction that separates itself from i... [TVSpy]

Start Up A Contributor Relationship With Inc. - Posted April 24, 2012
If you follow the burgeoning startup scene in New York, Inc. may have some assignments for you. While Inc. occupies the same shelf space of other business publications like Entrepreneur, Fast Company and Forbes, the magazine has a distinction that separates itself from its competitors. "We are a ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Start Up A Contributor Relationship With Inc. - Posted April 24, 2012
If you follow the burgeoning startup scene in New York, Inc. may have some assignments for you. While Inc. occupies the same shelf space of other business publications like Entrepreneur, Fast Company and Forbes, the magazine has a distinction that separates itself from its competitors. "We are a ... [FishbowlNY]

Earn $2 a Word for Startup Stories - Posted April 24, 2012
While Inc. occupies the same shelf space of other business publications like Entrepreneur, Fast Company and Forbes, the magazine has a distinction that separates itself from its competitors. "We are a magazine about people who are incredibly passionate and have the will to start a business from scratch," ... [FishbowlLA]

Is Your Company's Internship Program Legal? - Posted April 23, 2012
With recent lawsuits over unpaid work by former interns from Harper's Bazaar, Charlie Rose and the movie ... [MediaJobsDaily]

How To Tell If Your Company Is Exploiting Its Interns - Posted April 23, 2012
Sure, unpaid internships are the backbone of countless New York City media companies, but that doesn't mean they're all effective or even legal. Just look at Harper's Bazaar, ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

How To Tell If Your Company Is Exploiting Its Interns - Posted April 23, 2012
Sure, unpaid internships are the backbone of countless New York City media companies, but that doesn't mean they're all effective or even legal. Just look at Harper's Bazaar, ... [FishbowlNY]

How To Tell If Your Company Is Exploiting Its Interns - Posted April 23, 2012
Sure, unpaid internships are the backbone of countless media and film companies in L.A., but that doesn't mean they're all effective or even legal. Just look at Harper's Bazaar, ... [FishbowlLA]

Think Service-y To Cinch A Redbook Byline - Posted April 20, 2012
????This glossy prides itself on being the only American mag that speaks to a key demographic: wives and moms, women who want to celebrate -- not just survive -- the young family years. So editors are looking for service-y pieces to guide these women in their 30s and 40s through a... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Think Service-y To Cinch A Redbook Byline - Posted April 20, 2012
????This glossy prides itself on being the only American mag that speaks to a key demographic: wives and moms, women who want to celebrate -- not just survive -- the young family years. So editors are looking for service-y pieces to guide these women in their 30s and 40s through a... [FishbowlNY]

How Writers Can Bounce Back From Burnout - Posted April 19, 2012
After writing story after story, it's easy to feel as if that final drop of creativity has been squeezed out. It's not that you aren't innovative -- your brain just needs a break. So, instead of staring at that blank computer screen, think of a new medium to work in. "I've definitely... [FishbowlLA]

The Best Way to Break Out of a Writing Rut - Posted April 19, 2012
If you've been staring at a blank screen unable to think up fresh ideas and innovative angles to pitch, a cure may be as simple as taking a hike. Exercise is scientifically proven to help you focus. And, you know, there's that whole helps-you-live-longer thing, too. "There's something about getting out of... [10,000 Words]

Best Way To Kickstart Creativity? Just Write. - Posted April 19, 2012
We all hope the words we spin are genius right from the first draft, but let's be honest: You can revise a draft easier than you can craft perfection from the start. So instead of pining over every sentence, just write, write write. "When I find I can't get the gumption to... [GalleyCat]

Marian Salzman: Men Are 'More Prepared' To Be CEOs - Posted April 18, 2012
Women still only make up a tiny fraction of the total number of CEOs, so what does it take to reach that executive level? "I actually think it's a lot easier to do than people realize, but it's about making choices," trendspotter Marian Salzman, CEO of E... [MediaJobsDaily]

Marian Salzman: Men Are 'More Prepared' To Be CEOs - Posted April 18, 2012
Women still only make up a tiny fraction of the total number of CEOs, so what does it take to reach that executive level? "I actually think it's a lot easier to do than people realize, but it's about making choices," trendspotter Marian Salzman, CEO of E... [TVNewser]

How To Make a Great Magazine Podcast - Posted April 17, 2012
If you've ever been tasked with making a podcast for your publication, you know how daunting the experience can be. From picking the right equipment to interviewing guests, every little piece can be the difference between thousands of subscribers or none at all. But one of the easiest ways to get people... [morningmedianewsfeed]

How To Make a Great Magazine Podcast - Posted April 17, 2012
If you've ever been tasked with making a podcast for your publication, you know how daunting the experience can be. From picking the right equipment to interviewing guests, every little piece can be the difference between thousands of subscribers or none at all. But one of the easiest ways to get people... [FishbowlNY]

How To Make a Great Magazine Podcast - Posted April 17, 2012
If you've ever been tasked with making a podcast for your publication, you know how daunting the experience can be. From picking the right equipment to interviewing guests, every little piece can be the difference between thousands of subscribers or none at all. But one of the easiest ways to get people... [FishbowlLA]

Lead With Your Personality For Podcasting Success - Posted April 17, 2012
If you've been tasked with making a podcast for your news organization, you know how daunting the experience can be. From picking the right equipment to interviewing guests, every little piece can be the difference between thousands of subscribers or none at all. But one of the easiest ways to get people... [TVSpy]

Lead With Your Personality For Podcasting Success - Posted April 17, 2012
If you've been tasked with making a podcast for your news organization, you know how daunting the experience can be. From picking the right equipment to interviewing guests, every little piece can be the difference between thousands of subscribers or none at all. But one of the easiest ways to get people... [10,000 Words]

Rewrite That Headline To Make Your Story Go Viral - Posted April 16, 2012
When readers are skimming through a site on their browsers or Twitter feeds, the headline is the only thing that tells them whether a piece is worth their time. So, when tackling headlines for the Web, remember that clarity trumps cleverness (unless you're writing for the front page of The New... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Rewrite That Headline To Make Your Story Go Viral - Posted April 16, 2012
When readers are skimming through a site on their browsers or Twitter feeds, the headline is the only thing that tells them whether a piece is worth their time. So, when tackling headlines for the Web, remember that clarity trumps cleverness (unless you're writing for the front page of The New... [FishbowlNY]

Angle Your News Story to Jet Readers - Posted April 13, 2012
The worst thing a freelancer can do is mass-mail the same pitch to a bunch of magazines -- and editors always know. "I can tell the difference between a genuinely thoughtful pitch and just the mass pitch that a writer is sending everywhere," says Jet's editor-in-chief ... [TVSpy]

Jet Wants News Stories About The Black Community - Posted April 13, 2012
Since launching in 1951, Jet has sought out to be the authority on breaking information in the black community -- but this is not your mama's Jet. Freelancers who fail to do their journalistic due diligence will be swiftly sniffed out. "If you just send me whatever and it's not very well... [FishbowlLA]

Earn $2 a Word At AARP The Magazine - Posted April 12, 2012
The editors of AARP The Magazine are set on featuring rich content that inspires, informs and entertains, but freelancers don't need to have reached the second half of life to break into this widely-read publication. All it takes is a timely story that resonates with their 50-plus audience. "We tend to green-light... [FishbowlLA]

Gossip Girl Author on Working With Book Packagers - Posted April 11, 2012
Before her meteoric rise to the top with Gossip Girl, Cecily von Ziegesar worked as an editor for Alloy, a book packaging company, and knows too well what authors experience getting their titles onto shelves. So what are her thoughts on allegations that the compan... [GalleyCat]

Gossip Girl Author on Working With Book Packagers - Posted April 11, 2012
Before her meteoric rise to the top with Gossip Girl, Cecily von Ziegesar worked as an editor for Alloy, a book packaging company, and knows too well what authors experience getting their titles onto shelves. So what are her thoughts on allegations that the compan... [semanticweb.com]

Cecily von Ziegesar on the Inspiration for Gossip Girl - Posted April 11, 2012
It was hard to miss the buzz surrounding the scandalous Gossip Girl when it debuted in 2007, and the books the television series is based on weren't any tamer. In mediabistro.com's So What Do You Do? interview, the series' creator ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Cecily von Ziegesar on the Inspiration for Gossip Girl - Posted April 11, 2012
It was hard to miss the buzz surrounding the scandalous Gossip Girl when it debuted in 2007, and the books the television series is based on weren't any tamer. In mediabistro.com's So What Do You Do? interview, the series' creator ... [FishbowlNY]

The Gossip Girl Method for Landing a TV Show - Posted April 11, 2012
With the blockbuster TV show in its fifth season, Gossip Girl has firmly cemented its place as one of the most successful young adult franchises of our time. But the author of the fiction series that spawned the show has sobering words for authors hoping to do the same with their... [FishbowlLA]

Pitch to Your Heart's Content at Jet - Posted April 10, 2012
As the authority on breaking information in the black community, editors at Jet need to be in the know about, well, everything. For publicists with clients and products to place, that means a PR jackpot of more than 7 million readers. "We're not one of those publications that are like, 'we only... [PRNewser]

How to Write a Killer Book Proposal - Posted April 9, 2012
Writing a book is hard enough, but why does writing about the book you've written feel impossible? In mediabistro.com's 7 Steps to a Winning Book Proposal, published authors, editors and agents spell out the necessary steps to crafting a viable and compelling query letter. Step one, assembl... [10,000 Words]

Pitch Stories, Not Resorts, To ISLANDS - Posted April 6, 2012
As an intelligent travel magazine with eye-opening photography and bucket-list travel experiences, ISLANDS keeps true to its mission to empower readers to find what editor Eddy Patricelli calls "the last little pockets of independent cultures." So, to l... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Pitch Stories, Not Resorts, To ISLANDS - Posted April 6, 2012
As an intelligent travel magazine with eye-opening photography and bucket-list travel experiences, ISLANDS keeps true to its mission to empower readers to find what editor Eddy Patricelli calls "the last little pockets of independent cultures." So, to l... [FishbowlNY]

P&W Lists Top Literary Grants - Posted April 5, 2012
As a publication dedicated to serious players in the publication and literary world, Poets & Writers is packed with inspiration and expert guidance needed for all stages of the writing process. There are no articles promising unrealistic fame and fortune, only practical advice, information, entertainment and opportunities for... [GalleyCat]

Pen Thousands of Words on Poets & Writers - Posted April 5, 2012
When your writing spans more than 1,000 words, the number of publications you can pitch seems to dwindle, but Poets & Writer is seeking reflective essays and publishing industry trend pieces that reach up to 3,000 words. With 80 percent of its editorial content generated by freelancers, the literary magazine deems itself... [TVSpy]

Pen Thousands of Words on Poets & Writers - Posted April 5, 2012
When your writing spans more than 1,000 words, the number of publications you can pitch seems to dwindle, but Poets & Writer is seeking reflective essays and publishing industry trend pieces that reach up to 3,000 words. With 80 percent of its editorial content generated by freelancers, the literary magazine deems itself... [10,000 Words]

Pen Timely Essays For Poets & Writers - Posted April 5, 2012
With 80 percent of its editorial content generated by freelancers, Poets & Writers deems itself "writer-friendly." Freelancers can pitch almost all of the mag's sections on everything from long-form reflections on the writing process, to news and trends, to profiles of authors whose books are about to be published. But to ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Pen Timely Essays For Poets & Writers - Posted April 5, 2012
With 80 percent of its editorial content generated by freelancers, Poets & Writers deems itself "writer-friendly." Freelancers can pitch almost all of the mag's sections on everything from long-form reflections on the writing process, to news and trends, to profiles of authors whose books are about to be published. But to ... [FishbowlNY]

How James Lipton Formulates Those Inside the Actor's Studio Questions - Posted April 4, 2012
James Lipton is more than than just a TV personality. The actor, director, producer, choreographer, playwright and founder of the Actor's Studio Drama School is also the author of the novel Mirrors (which he adapted for TV) and the nonfiction book ... [GalleyCat]

How James Lipton Formulates Those Inside the Actor's Studio Questions - Posted April 4, 2012
James Lipton is more than than just a TV personality. The actor, director, producer, choreographer, playwright and founder of the Actor's Studio Drama School is also the author of the novel Mirrors (which he adapted for TV) and the nonfiction book ... [AllTwitter]

James Lipton: From Struggling New York Actor to Master Interviewer - Posted April 4, 2012
Isn't it nice to know that even someone like James Lipton struggled to pay his bills while living in our fair city? Makes you feel good about spending a small salary to live in your own tiny apartment, no? In mediabistro.com's latest ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

James Lipton: From Struggling New York Actor to Master Interviewer - Posted April 4, 2012
Isn't it nice to know that even someone like James Lipton struggled to pay his bills while living in our fair city? Makes you feel good about spending a small salary to live in your own tiny apartment, no? In mediabistro.com's latest ... [FishbowlNY]

Make Waves For Your Destination Clients - Posted April 3, 2012
ISLANDS has maintained its reputation as an intelligent travel magazine for the last 30 years, and it is "always evolving," said editor Eddy Patricelli in our latest ... [PRNewser]

Writers Wanted at Bloomberg Businessweek (No MBAs Required) - Posted March 27, 2012
You're not the only one intimidated by the Bloomberg Businessweek name. In mediabistro.com's latest How To Pitch article, editors admit t... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Writers Wanted at Bloomberg Businessweek (No MBAs Required) - Posted March 27, 2012
You're not the only one intimidated by the Bloomberg Businessweek name. In mediabistro.com's latest How To Pitch article, editors admit t... [FishbowlNY]

Tap Into Your Southern Roots for South - Posted March 23, 2012
Moving to the Big Apple doesn't have to mean forgetting where you came from. So, if you've still got a place in your heart for Southern traditions (hold the fried chicken stereotypes, please), you could land a byline in this regional pub. South concentrates on highlighting remarkable Southerners and any brand new... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Tap Into Your Southern Roots for South - Posted March 23, 2012
Moving to the Big Apple doesn't have to mean forgetting where you came from. So, if you've still got a place in your heart for Southern traditions (hold the fried chicken stereotypes, please), you could land a byline in this regional pub. South concentrates on highlighting remarkable Southerners and any brand new... [FishbowlNY]

Make The Band Of Writers at Filter - Posted March 23, 2012
Sometimes pitching feels like auditioning for a seat in the high school cafeteria. Only the popular kids get the good bylines, right? Not true at Filter. These editors say all you have to do to break in is love good music and introduce yourself through email. Yep, that'... [10,000 Words]

Make The Band Of Writers at Filter - Posted March 22, 2012
Sometimes pitching feels like auditioning for a seat in the high school cafeteria. Only the popular kids get the good bylines, right? Not true at Filter. These editors say all you have to do to break in is love good music and introduce yourself through email. Yep, that's it... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Make The Band Of Writers at Filter - Posted March 22, 2012
Sometimes pitching feels like auditioning for a seat in the high school cafeteria. Only the popular kids get the good bylines, right? Not true at Filter. These editors say all you have to do to break in is love good music and introduce yourself through email. Yep, that's it... [FishbowlNY]

Make the Band of Writers at Filter - Posted March 22, 2012
Sometimes pitching feels like auditioning for a spot at the cool table in the high school cafeteria. Only the popular kids get the good bylines, right? Not true at Filter. These editors at this L.A.-based glossy say all you have to do to break in is love good music and ... [FishbowlLA]

Current TV's Joel Hyatt: 'We are all in as a political and news network' - Posted March 21, 2012
From hiring Keith Olbermann and Internet pioneer Cenk Uygur to expanding into daytime with original p... [FishbowlDC]

Hit The Road To Publish Your Journey - Posted March 15, 2012
Do all these balmy not-even-spring-yet temperatures have you daydreaming about vacays and road trips? Well, if your story is an interesting one, it could net you $1/word at AAA's exclusive publication, Journey. Because Journey is a regional publication, editor-in-chief ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Hit The Road To Publish Your Journey - Posted March 15, 2012
Do all these balmy not-even-spring-yet temperatures have you daydreaming about vacays and road trips? Well, if your story is an interesting one, it could net you $1/word at AAA's exclusive publication, Journey. Because Journey is a regional publication, editor-in-chief ... [FishbowlNY]

Natasha Eubanks of The YBF Talks Blogging Success - Posted March 14, 2012
Although the entertainment and gossip site Young, Black and Fabulous is reeling in 15 million hits a month, it had its humble start as a simple site on Blogger. Back in 2005, Natasha Eubanks noticed major online outlets weren't discussing African-American celebritie... [FishbowlLA]

The Essence of the Perfect Pitch - Posted March 9, 2012
To nab a byline, we writers toil over every word until a shining query letter is crafted, but, for Essence senior editor Tanisha Sykes, perfection simply means leaving no aspec... [10,000 Words]

The Essence of the Perfect Pitch - Posted March 9, 2012
To nab a byline, we writers toil over every word until a shining query letter is crafted, but, for Essence senior editor Tanisha Sykes, perfection simply means leaving no aspect of the article unanswered. "The more detail you have, obviously the stronger the... [morningmedianewsfeed]

The Essence of the Perfect Pitch - Posted March 9, 2012
To nab a byline, we writers toil over every word until a shining query letter is crafted, but, for Essence senior editor Tanisha Sykes, perfection simply means leaving no aspect of the article unanswered. "The more detail you have, obviously the stronger the... [FishbowlNY]

The Essence of the Perfect Pitch - Posted March 9, 2012
To nab a byline, we writers toil over every word until a shining query letter is crafted, but, for Essence senior editor Tanisha Sykes, perfection simply means leaving no aspec... [FishbowlLA]

Grammar Mistakes Almost Every Writer Makes - Posted March 5, 2012
As writers, we strive for perfection: that pristine copy free of grammatical errors. But it doesn't always come easy. So, we've rounded up the most common pitfalls that cause an editor to take a red pen to your piece -- and possibly skip you for assignments. Mistake No. 4? Overusing em dashes.... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Grammar Mistakes Almost Every Writer Makes - Posted March 5, 2012
As writers, we strive for perfection: that pristine copy free of grammatical errors. But it doesn't always come easy. So, we've rounded up the most common pitfalls that cause an editor to take a red pen to your piece -- and possibly skip you for assignments. Mistake No. 4? Overusing em dashes.... [FishbowlNY]

Grammar Mistakes Almost Every Writer Makes - Posted March 5, 2012
As writers, we strive for perfection: that pristine copy free of grammatical errors. But it doesn't always come easy. So, we've rounded up the most common pitfalls that cause an editor to take a red pen to your piece -- and possibly skip you for assignments. Mistake No. 4? Overusing em dashes.... [FishbowlLA]

Dwell Wants Authenticity in Home Design - Posted March 2, 2012
The world of design can be intimidating to some, but Dwell's bi-coastal team of editors strives to show the field's friendlier, welcoming side. "Dwell has always been about showing real people in real homes," said editor-in-chief ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Dwell Wants Authenticity in Home Design - Posted March 2, 2012
The world of design can be intimidating to some, but Dwell's bi-coastal team of editors strives to show the field's friendlier, welcoming side. "Dwell has always been about showing real people in real homes," said editor-in-chief ... [FishbowlNY]

Dwell Wants Authenticity in Home Design - Posted March 2, 2012
The world of design can be intimidating to some, but Dwell's bi-coastal team of editors strives to show the field's friendlier, welcoming side. "Dwell has always been about showing real people in real homes," said editor-in-chief Amanda Da... [FishbowlLA]

Dwell Wants Authenticity in Home Design - Posted March 2, 2012
The world of design can be intimidating to some, but Dwell's team of editors strives to show the field's friendlier, welcoming side. "Dwell has always been about showing real people in real homes," said editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron... [UnBeige]

Snag $2 a Word at GQ - Posted February 29, 2012
Since its start as a trade magazine, GQ remains the sophisticated older brother of the lad mag genre. And although editors expect nothing short of poised perfection in all pitches, senior editor Will Welch said they welcome irreverence with no shor... [FishbowlLA]

Snag $2 a Word at GQ - Posted February 29, 2012
Since its start as a trade magazine, GQ remains the sophisticated older brother of the lad mag genre. And although editors expect nothing short of poised perfection in all pitches, senior editor Will Welch said they welcome irreverence with no shor... [10,000 Words]

Do Good To Evoke Social Change - Posted February 24, 2012
GOOD's mission is first and foremost, to do, well -- good. The platform serves to help people learn about the world, live in it better, and accomplish what's important to them. So freelancers looking for a byline should embody "pragmatic optimism" in their story ideas. Tailor your pitch to be forward-thinking,... [TVSpy]

Do Good To Evoke Social Change - Posted February 24, 2012
GOOD's mission is first and foremost, to do, well -- good. The platform serves to help people learn about the world, live in it better, and accomplish what's important to them. So freelancers looking for a byline should embody "pragmatic optimism" in their story ideas. Tailor your pitch to be forward-thinking,... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Do Good To Evoke Social Change - Posted February 24, 2012
GOOD's mission is first and foremost, to do, well -- good. The platform serves to help people learn about the world, live in it better, and accomplish what's important to them. So freelancers looking for a byline should embody "pragmatic optimism" in their story ideas. Tailor your pitch to be forward-thinking,... [FishbowlNY]

Do GOOD to Evoke Social Change - Posted February 24, 2012
GOOD's mission is first and foremost, to do, well -- good. The platform serves to help people learn about the world, live in it better, and accomplish what's important to them. So freelancers looking for a byline in the L.A.-based pub should embody "pragmatic optimism" in their story ideas. Tailor your... [FishbowlLA]

Offer Healthy Lifestyle Queries To WeightWatchers - Posted February 23, 2012
WeightWatchers isn't solely focused on losing those extra pounds. "The magazine is looking at weight loss through the lens of overall wellness, because weight loss isn't just about food. It's about what's going on in your head, about fitness and your overall health," said ... [10,000 Words]

Offer Healthy Lifestyle Queries To WeightWatchers - Posted February 23, 2012
WeightWatchers isn't solely focused on losing those extra pounds. "The magazine is looking at weight loss through the lens of overall wellness, because weight loss isn't just about food. It's about what's going on in your head, about fitness and your overall health," said ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Offer Healthy Lifestyle Queries To WeightWatchers - Posted February 23, 2012
WeightWatchers isn't solely focused on losing those extra pounds. "The magazine is looking at weight loss through the lens of overall wellness, because weight loss isn't just about food. It's about what's going on in your head, about fitness and your overall health," said ... [FishbowlNY]

Offer Healthy Lifestyle Queries to WeightWatchers - Posted February 23, 2012
WeightWatchers isn't solely focused on losing those extra pounds. "The magazine is looking at weight loss through the lens of overall wellness, because weight loss isn't just about food. It's about what's going on in your head, about fitness and your overall health," said ... [FishbowlLA]

Dr. Wayne Dyer Speaks to the Laid Off, Unemployed and Just Frustrated - Posted February 22, 2012
In the midst of layoffs, buyouts and unemployment all around the media world, it's hard not to point the finger towards everyone else. But Dr. Wayne Dyer believes all you need to break out of a professional rut is a simple attitude adjustment. ... [10,000 Words]

Dr. Wayne Dyer Speaks to the Laid Off, Unemployed and Just Frustrated - Posted February 22, 2012
In the midst of layoffs, buyouts and unemployment all around the media world, it's hard not to point the finger towards everyone else. But Dr. Wayne Dyer believes all you need to break out of a professional rut is a simple attitude adjustment. ... [TVSpy]

Dr. Wayne Dyer Speaks to the Laid Off, Unemployed and Just Frustrated - Posted February 22, 2012
In the midst of layoffs, buyouts and unemployment all around the media world, it's hard not to point the finger towards everyone else. But Dr. Wayne Dyer believes all you need to break out of a professional rut is a simple attitude adjustment. ... [TVNewser]

Kate Bolick on the Writing and Rewards of The Atlantic's "All the Single Ladies" - Posted February 21, 2012
Kate Bolick became something of a household name when The Atlantic published her nine-page, 12,000-plus-word cover story on the economics of dating, "All The Single Ladies," last November. Not only did the piece score her a book and... [10,000 Words]

How Kate Bolick Ended Up on the Cover of The Atlantic - Posted February 21, 2012
Kate Bolick set the blogosphere on fire with her popular Atlantic article, "All The Single Ladies." But it wasn't just the behemoth nine-page, 12,000-plus-word piece that made headline... [morningmedianewsfeed]

How Kate Bolick Ended Up on the Cover of The Atlantic - Posted February 21, 2012
Kate Bolick set the blogosphere on fire with her popular Atlantic article, "All The Single Ladies." But it wasn't just the behemoth nine-page, 12,000-plus-word piece that made headline... [FishbowlNY]

Kate Bolick Brings 'All the Single Ladies' to TV - Posted February 21, 2012
Kate Bolick's nine-page, 12,000-plus-word Atlantic article on the economics of dating, "All The Single Ladies," became the talk of the town last November -- but the buzz didn't end there. When the issue came out, Bolick sent Drop Dead Diva's ... [FishbowlLA]

Send Penny Pinching Queries to All You - Posted February 16, 2012
All You's new tagline, "Enjoy life for less," sums up the mission of its editorial content: to focus on practical, realistic and affordable ideas for the average working mother strapped for time. So, to nab a byline at this glossy, bring new strategies fit for a cost-cutting diva -- b... [10,000 Words]

Send Penny Pinching Queries to All You - Posted February 16, 2012
All You's new tagline, "Enjoy life for less," sums up the mission of its editorial content: to focus on practical, realistic and affordable ideas for the average working mother strapped for time. So, to nab a byline at this glossy, bring new strategies fit for a cost-cutting diva -- b... [FishbowlLA]

Janice Min Shares How to Climb The Masthead - Posted February 15, 2012
This powerhouse editor has five successful mag stints under her belt, and The Hollywood Reporter marks a successful number six. So what does Janice Min believe is the key to success? "A lot of it is making yourself indispensable to somebody or the organizatio... [MediaJobsDaily]

Janice Min Shares How to Climb The Masthead - Posted February 15, 2012
This powerhouse editor has five successful mag stints under her belt, and The Hollywood Reporter marks a successful number six. So what does Janice Min believe is the key to success? "A lot of it is making yourself indispensable to somebody or the organizatio... [TVNewser]

THR's Janice Min Talks Best Coast For Media - Posted February 15, 2012
It's been a crazy year for Janice Min. Since the powerhouse editor jetted off to the West Coast to take over The Hollywood Reporter, the 81-year-old publication has pulled in more than ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

THR's Janice Min Talks Best Coast For Media - Posted February 15, 2012
It's been a crazy year for Janice Min. Since the powerhouse editor jetted off to the West Coast to take over The Hollywood Reporter, the 81-year-old publication has pulled in more than ... [FishbowlNY]

The Recipe For Startup Longevity - Posted February 13, 2012
It seems like a new startup is popping into the media landscape every day. But according to the Small Business Administration, five out of 10 new companies survive at least five years, one-third will make it 10 years, ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

The Recipe For Startup Longevity - Posted February 13, 2012
It seems like a new startup is popping into the media landscape every day. But according to the Small Business Administration, five out of 10 new companies survive at least five years, one-third will make it 10 years, ... [FishbowlNY]

The Recipe For Startup Longevity - Posted February 13, 2012
It seems like a new startup is popping into the media landscape every day. But according to the Small Business Administration, five out of 10 new companies survive at least five years, one-third will make it 10 years, ... [TVNewser]

The Recipe for Startup Longevity - Posted February 13, 2012
It seems like a new startup is popping into the media landscape every day. But according to the Small Business Administration, five out of 10 new companies survive at least five years, one-third will make it 10 years, ... [FishbowlLA]

Green Parents Can Nab Bylines At Kiwi - Posted February 9, 2012
If you know a thing or two about sustainable, healthy living, you've got a great shot getting a byline at Kiwi. This niche mag seeks "to be the sane, supporting voice in the green world and the alternative, open-minded voice in the parenting world," says editorial director ... [10,000 Words]

Green Parents Can Nab Bylines At Kiwi - Posted February 9, 2012
If you know a thing or two about sustainable, healthy living, you've got a great shot getting a byline at Kiwi. This niche mag seeks "to be the sane, supporting voice in the green world and the alternative, open-minded voice in the parenting world," says editorial director Sarah Smit... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Green Parents Can Nab Bylines At Kiwi - Posted February 9, 2012
If you know a thing or two about sustainable, healthy living, you've got a great shot getting a byline at Kiwi. This niche mag seeks "to be the sane, supporting voice in the green world and the alternative, open-minded voice in the parenting world," says editorial director Sarah Smit... [FishbowlNY]

Green Parents Can Nab Bylines at Kiwi - Posted February 9, 2012
If you know a thing or two about sustainable, healthy living, you've got a great shot getting a byline at Kiwi. This niche mag seeks "to be the sane, supporting voice in the green world and the alternative, open-minded voice in the parenting world," says editorial director ... [FishbowlLA]

What's your biggest weakness? - Posted February 6, 2012
This is an interview classic, but although you know it's coming, it's never easy to craft the perfect answer. So we spoke to job and career experts to break down interview questions we've all come to know and dread -- and got great advice on how you can tackle each one. "Don't... [TVSpy]

What's your biggest weakness? - Posted February 6, 2012
This is an interview classic, but although you know it's coming, it's never easy to craft the perfect answer. So we spoke to job and career experts to break down interview questions we've all come to know and dread -- and got great advice on how you can tackle each one. "Don't... [morningmedianewsfeed]

What's your biggest weakness? - Posted February 6, 2012
This is an interview classic, but although you know it's coming, it's never easy to craft the perfect answer. So we spoke to job and career experts to break down interview questions we've all come to know and dread -- and got great advice on how you can tackle each one. "Don't... [FishbowlNY]

Make An Imprint On Inked's Editors - Posted February 2, 2012
Since its launch in 2004, Inked magazine''s original mission remains intact -- to create a high... [PRNewser]

Tackle The Web With True-Life Tales - Posted January 31, 2012
Who says your first-person essays have to be limited to print? We're ending our four-part series on personal essays with a nod to the growing digital outlet, with 15 sites all eager to publish your piece. Salon.com is hungry for unique stories only you can tell, while three parenting pubs want... [TVSpy]

Tackle The Web With True-Life Tales - Posted January 31, 2012
Who says your first-person essays have to be limited to print? We're ending our four-part series on personal essays with a nod to the growing digital outlet, with 15 sites all eager to publish your piece. Salon.com is hungry for unique stories only you can tell, while three parenting pubs want... [10,000 Words]

Tackle The Web With True-Life Tales - Posted January 31, 2012
Who says your first-person essays have to be limited to print? We're ending our four-part series on personal essays with a nod to the growing digital outlet, with 15 sites all eager to publish your piece. Salon.com is hungry for unique stories only you can tell, while three parenting pubs want... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Tackle The Web With True-Life Tales - Posted January 31, 2012
Who says your first-person essays have to be limited to print? We're ending our four-part series on personal essays with a nod to the growing digital outlet, with 15 sites all eager to publish your piece. Salon.com is hungry for unique stories only you can tell, while three parenting pubs want... [FishbowlNY]

Tackle The Web With True-Life Tales - Posted January 31, 2012
Who says your first-person essays have to be limited to print? We're ending our four-part series on personal essays with a nod to the growing digital outlet, with 15 sites all eager to publish your piece. Salon.com is hungry for unique stories only you can tell, while three parenting pubs want... [FishbowlLA]

The Personal Stories Editors Want to Publish - Posted January 30, 2012
After talking with at least 60 editors for our four-part series on pitching personal essays, we've learned a lot about what they expect in a publishable story. Paula Derrow from Self wants fresh and relatable while Whole Life Times' ... [10,000 Words]

The Personal Stories Editors Want to Publish - Posted January 30, 2012
After talking with at least 60 editors for our four-part series on pitching personal essays, we've learned a lot about what they expect in a publishable story. Paula Derrow from Self wants fresh and relatable while Whole Life Times' ... [TVSpy]

The Personal Stories Editors Want to Publish - Posted January 30, 2012
After talking with at least 60 editors for our four-part series on pitching personal essays, we've learned a lot about what they expect in a publishable story. Paula Derrow from Self wants fresh and relatable while Whole Life Times' ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

The Personal Stories Editors Want to Publish - Posted January 30, 2012
After talking with at least 60 editors for our four-part series on pitching personal essays, we've learned a lot about what they expect in a publishable story. Paula Derrow from Self wants fresh and relatable while Whole Life Times' ... [FishbowlNY]

The Personal Stories Editors Want to Publish - Posted January 30, 2012
After talking with at least 60 editors for our four-part series on pitching personal essays, we've learned a lot about what they expect in a publishable story. Paula Derrow from Self wants fresh and relatable while Whole Life Times' ... [FishbowlLA]

Make Your Voice Count At New York Mag - Posted January 27, 2012
Breaking into the literary dream that is New York magazine means you've got to offer something new, an interesting angle or exclusive access into a little-known subcultural scene in the city (or anywhere else in the world). "A freelance pitch that provides unusual insight and access into a slightly more hidden world... [PRNewser]

Make Your Voice Count At New York Mag - Posted January 27, 2012
Breaking into the literary dream that is New York magazine means you've got to offer something new, an interesting angle or exclusive access into a little-known subcultural scene in the city (or anywhere else in the world). "A freelance pitch that provides unusual insight and access into a slightly more hidden world... [TVSpy]

Make Your Voice Count At New York Mag - Posted January 27, 2012
Breaking into the literary dream that is New York magazine means you've got to offer something new, an interesting angle or exclusive access into a little-known subcultural scene in the city (or anywhere else in the world). "A freelance pitch that provides unusual insight and access into a slightly more hidden world... [FishbowlLA]

Focus on the African American Perspective - Posted January 26, 2012
Filmmakers and freelancers with a great story on Black America can discover a byline waiting for them at The Grio. According to managing editor Joy-Ann Reid, every section of the site is hungry for underreported stories. From great stories with strong characters to phot... [10,000 Words]

Focus on the African American Perspective - Posted January 26, 2012
Filmmakers and freelancers with a great story on Black America can discover a byline waiting for them at The Grio. According to managing editor Joy-Ann Reid, every section of the site is hungry for underreported stories. From great stories with strong characters to phot... [PRNewser]

Focus on the African American Perspective - Posted January 26, 2012
Filmmakers and freelancers with a great story on Black America can discover a byline waiting for them at The Grio. According to managing editor Joy-Ann Reid, every section of the site is hungry for underreported stories. From great stories with strong characters to phot... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Focus on the African American Perspective - Posted January 26, 2012
Filmmakers and freelancers with a great story on Black America can discover a byline waiting for them at The Grio. According to managing editor Joy-Ann Reid, every section of the site is hungry for underreported stories. From great stories with strong characters to phot... [FishbowlNY]

The Times Wants Your Personal Essays - Posted January 24, 2012
If the first 15 outlets weren't enough, here are the next batch of titles hungry for your honest stories, including the Gray Lady -- where everyone has an equal shot at this "human relationships" column. But don't rip out those diary pages just yet. Editors shared t... [TVSpy]

The Times Wants Your Personal Essays - Posted January 24, 2012
If the first 15 outlets weren't enough, here are the next batch of titles hungry for your honest stories, including the Gray Lady -- where everyone has an equal shot at this "human relationships" column. But don't rip out those diary pages just yet. Editors shared t... [10,000 Words]

The Times Wants Your Personal Essays - Posted January 24, 2012
If the first 15 outlets weren't enough, here are the next batch of titles hungry for your honest stories, including the Gray Lady -- where everyone has an equal shot at this "human relationships" column. But don't rip out those diary pages just yet. Editors shared t... [morningmedianewsfeed]

The Times Wants Your Personal Essays - Posted January 24, 2012
If the first 15 outlets weren't enough, here are the next batch of titles hungry for your honest stories, including the Gray Lady -- where everyone has an equal shot at this "human relationships" column. But don't rip out those diary pages just yet. Editors shared t... [FishbowlNY]

The Times Wants Your Personal Essays - Posted January 24, 2012
If the first 15 outlets weren't enough, here are the next batch of titles hungry for your honest stories, including the Gray Lady -- where everyone has an equal shot at this "human relationships" column. But don't rip out those diary pages just yet. Editors shared t... [FishbowlLA]

Publish your Personal Story - Posted January 23, 2012
You poured your heart out in a personal essay. Now what? Find a home for your first-person material with help from our latest guide. We've updated our list of the top markets for personal essays in Personal Essay Markets, Part I [sub req'd]. S... [10,000 Words]

Publish your Personal Story - Posted January 23, 2012
You poured your heart out in a personal essay. Now what? Find a home for your first-person material with help from our latest guide. We've updated our list of the top markets for personal essays in Personal Essay Markets, Part I [sub req'd]. ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Publish your Personal Story - Posted January 23, 2012
You poured your heart out in a personal essay. Now what? Find a home for your first-person material with help from our latest guide. We've updated our list of the top markets for personal essays in Personal Essay Markets, Part I [sub req'd]. ... [FishbowlNY]

Publish your Personal Story - Posted January 23, 2012
You poured your heart out in a personal essay. Now what? Find a home for your first-person material with help from our latest guide. We've updated our list of the top markets for personal essays in Personal Essay Markets, Part I [sub req'd]. S... [FishbowlLA]

Meet The mediabistro Teachers! - Posted January 19, 2012
Our "Meet The Teachers" soiree at Stone Creek Bar & Lounge last night brought a rare opportunity for our students (past, present and future) to mingle with the fantastic mediabistro.com professors. New and returning students had 24 courses to choose from, like the Stiletto Boot Camp -- an online workshop on writing... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Meet The mediabistro Teachers! - Posted January 19, 2012
Our "Meet The Teachers" soiree at Stone Creek Bar & Lounge last night brought a rare opportunity for our students (past, present and future) to mingle with the fantastic mediabistro.com professors. New and returning students had 24 courses to choose from, like the Stiletto Boot Camp -- an online workshop on writing... [FishbowlNY]

Pitch with the Heart of an Athlete - Posted January 19, 2012
For executive editor of SI.com B. J. Schecter... [10,000 Words]

Pitch With the Heart of an Athlete - Posted January 19, 2012
For executive editor of SI.com B. J. Schecter... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Pitch With the Heart of an Athlete - Posted January 19, 2012
For executive editor of SI.com B. J. Schecter... [FishbowlNY]

Pitch with the Heart of an Athlete - Posted January 19, 2012
For executive editor of SI.com B. J. Schecter... [FishbowlLA]

4 Things Editors Do To Drive Their Writers Nuts - Posted January 17, 2012
If you've ever spent time as an editor, you likely have plenty of ways for freelance writers to get on your bad side. But before you start adding to the comments, let's be fair. There are plenty of things magazine and newspaper staffers do to damage the writer-ed... [10,000 Words]

Drinking On The Sly with HBO's Boardwalk Empire - Posted September 10, 2010
--JI HYUN PARK Password, please? Last night, HBO partied 1920's prohibition-style, with lots and lots of (legal!) booze, at an invite-only fete for this fall's much-anticipated drama, Boardwalk Empire. Guests could only gain entrance by uttering a secret password.... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Drinking On The Sly with HBO's Boardwalk Empire - Posted September 10, 2010
--JI HYUN PARK Password, please? Last night, HBO partied 1920's prohibition-style, with lots and lots of (legal!) booze, at an invite-only fete for this fall's much-anticipated drama, Boardwalk Empire. Guests could only gain entrance by uttering a secret password.... [FishbowlNY]

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