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 photo-driven stories from a unique Black perspective, or even a profile with a big celeb can land you in the site. And Reid suggests adding multimedia to the mix, as the site relies heavily on original video content.
To find out which sections the editors are especially looking to beef up content, read How to Pitch: The Grio. [sub req'd]
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