Business Insider is looking for a stringer to cover the Allen & Co. media summit.
“We’re looking for photos, video, and whatever scraps of information a curious member of the public might be able to glean hanging around the conference,” wrote Nicholas Carlson. “We’ll pay our usual freelance rate for good stuff.”
Then he adds: “On the bright side, we’ll also give you a byline and the accompanying fame.”
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