Sure, there are plenty of opportunities for journalists within New York, but your next big story could be on the other side of the Hudson. At Inside Jersey, features and entertainment pieces are in high demand, as long as they have a Jersey vibe.
“We’re open to anything that is Jersey-centric. It could be happening anywhere, but if there’s a Jersey aspect to the topic, we’re interested — for example, Jersey news makers and celebrities,” editor-in-chief Rosemary Parrillo said.
Get more details and a full list of editors’ contact information in How To Pitch: Inside Jersey.
– Andrea Hackett
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