Tim Sohn

Shohola, PA USA
Website: http://editortim.wordpress.com

Professional Experience

A well-published freelancer online and in print, I have covered: -Educational technology for K-12 and higher education; -The newspaper and digital news industry; and -Local news and sports out of northwestern and northeastern Pennsylvania. Previously, I worked for a number of daily and weekly newspapers and websites in capacities including reporter, copy editor, assistant news editor, copy desk chief, managing editor and editor.


Copy Editor
10 Years
2 Years
7 Years


2 Years
1 Year
2 Years


Magazine - Trade magazines/publications (B2B)
3 Years
Newspaper - Local/Regional
10 Years
Online/new media
10 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

11 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

NJSports (6-10), Pocono Record (3-5), Reuters (3-5), Ebyline (3-5), Editor & Publisher (10+), CampusTechnology.com and TheJournal.com (10+)

Technical Skills

Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, Quark XPress

Foreign Language Skills


Computer Skills

Mac and PC operating systems


Laptop iPad Audio recorder Sanyo digital video camera



Newspaper publishers are raving about Apple Newsstand, saying they have seen a drastic increase in app downloads since its Oct. 12 launch.
Many newspapers are diving into the app business, releasing versions for iPhone and iPad, Android, Kindle and/or BlackBerry. Some publishers are taking a wait-and-see approach, while others want to get the product out the door as soon as possible. Some have in-house programming teams, while others are opting for third-party vendors. Some are focusing on PDF replicas, while others are zoning in on breaking news updates. And some have a combination of the two. The bottom line is, when weighing whether to aunch apps — or which ones to release — each newspaper market is different and needs specific products depending on its audience.
Former Shohola Republican candidate for township supervisor Shirley Masuo called for the resignation of Vice Chairman Greg Hoeper and Chairman George Fluhr at a meeting Thursday.
Former star Don Bosco cornerback Yuri Wright has made a comeback only weeks afte being expelled from the private Catholic high school in Ramsey for posting sexually and racially charged tweets.