Entertainment Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of entertainment journalists below. We found 184 entertainment journalists listed.

Kaycie Surrell

Writing // Marketing // Creative

I am a creative professional inspired by engaging work that celebrates meaningful stories. I'm passionate, focused, and attentive — and I'm motivated by community. When I'm not working I enjoy art-making and exploring my surroundings.

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Danielle Dougall

Editor and Journalist

I am an accomplished storyteller, editor, team player, and content strategist with nearly five years of experience in the world of digital media and marketing. I thrive when I can use my skills to tell stories I am passionate about, build brands I identify with, and crush my data-driven goals by exceeding 1 million page views per month for my written content. Outside of my remote office, I am a master's degree student studying global politics at California State University Long Beach with night courses. You can find me with a nose in a book, hiking outdoors, or scanning the web for future travel deals. Contact: [email protected] EXPERIENCE Digital Media • Editing • Headline Writing • Copywriting • Copy Editing • SEO • Social Media Management • Digital Marketing • Fact Checking • Public Speaking • Problem Solving • Content Writing • Affiliate Marketing • Breaking News Reporting • Journalism SKILLS • SEO • Google Analytics • AP Style • CrowdTangle • WordPress • DSLR Photography • Adobe Lightroom • Google Suite • Facebook • Instagram • SEMRush • Asana • Planoly • Hootsuite • Research


Davide Abbatescianni

Freelance Film Critic and Journalist

I am a young media professional active in journalism, film studies and video production. I currently work as a foreign correspondent for the EU-funded press agency Cineuropa. I regularly write reviews, interviews and news about Irish and European cinemas. I provide extensive coverage of international film events, such as the Berlinale, Strasbourg’s Lux Prize, Cork Film Festival, Venice's Biennale, Toronto Film Festival, Serbia’s Palic Film Festival, Baltic Sea Docs, Galway Film Fleadh, Amsterdam’s IDFA, IndieCork and many others. Moreover, my bylines appeared on other international outlets, such as POV Magazine, Switzerland’s Filmexplorer, The Location Guide, The Calvert Journal, the Independent Cinema Office's blog, Fabrique Du Cinéma, Cinecittà News and Film Ireland. I am interested in covering film, media and culture topics with a special focus on Ireland, the UK and the EU. Over the last ten years, I have been working across different creative and cultural industries in Italy, Ireland and Estonia – you can have a look at my full CV here: https://www.docdroid.net/pT7Qa45/cv-march-2019-abbatescianni.pdf Finally, I am a PhD Excellence Scholar in Film and Screen Media at University College Cork. My research project comprises the writing of an academic dissertation and the making of a feature-length documentary film. I have been lecturing and holding conferences in France, Ireland, Latvia, and Poland. I am also an External Examiner in Film Studies for the International Baccalaureate.


Elizabeth Sander

Recent Grad, Journalist

Elizabeth is a current student at the Columbia School of Journalism and a recent graduate of Tufts University. Elizabeth's experience includes writing for Observer Media, Her Campus Media and BostonChefs.com as an Editorial Intern, serving as an Arts and Living Editor for The Tufts Daily, fashion blogging for Frangipani Miami Boutique and curating her food blog Confinement Kitchen, named of the French word for 'quarantine'. Currently, Elizabeth is a National Writer for Her Campus, where she writes content across all verticals including features, whimsical shorts and breaking news. Contact: [email protected]

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Brieanna Casey

Teacher & Freelance Writer and Editor

My two passions in life are writing and teaching, and I've always found a home where they intersect. I'm currently a Gifted/Talented English teacher and part-time freelance writer and editor based in Dallas, specializing in journalistic, academic, and creative writing.  My BA and MA degrees in English focused on language, literature, and education. My 10 years' experience working in primary, secondary, and higher education roles informs and impassions my writing projects relating to education, technology, health/wellness, lifestyle/entertainment, and local reporting. An overview of publications are as follows: reporter and copyeditor for TWU's student newspaper, The Lasso; contributing writer for the Denton Record-Chronicle, Argyle Living, Lantana Living; blogger for The Tutoring Center; and ghostwriter for HealthMarkets.com, GardeningChannel.com, Relieved.com, and Shareably.com. I'm currently available for hire, and look forward to collaborating with you on your next writing project.

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Lynnette Brashear

Executive Producer/Freelance Writer

Dare to Dream! Strive to Inspire! Those words have been my motto for several years now and every day I try to live according to that concept. I have always had the passion to write and it started in school as a Sports Editor for the school newspaper. I attended so many sporting events as a reporter and supervised other writers assuring our section of the paper met every deadline. That experience birthed a joy of writing. Over the years I have been a freelance reporter/writer, in addition to writing straight copy for brochures, websites, technical writing, business communications, speeches, editing, proofreading and so much more. Currently, I am the Executive Producer/Writer of Entertaining Strangers, a show I created for the NOW Network; which is a cable station that has a worldwide viewing audience of over 236,000,000 spanning 83 countries. Our show enjoyed a weekly audience of 1.5 - 2 MILLION live in addition to viewership On Demand on Roku, Apple TV and Amazon via the NOW Network. Entertaining Strangers showcases rising stars every week. I created the website for the show, provide the content and update edits to the website every week. In addition, I perform freelance work as a ghost writer and business communications which includes website content, technical writing, documentation, script writing, PowerPoint Presentations, and more. I am also currently on retainer for a mega church located in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Each and every day I challenge myself to complete tasks that will motivate others to Dare to Dream! Strive to Inspire! I try each day to live a life utilizing my skills to assist others in the best way possible operating in a spirit of excellence.

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Isabel Thomson-Officer

Comms specialist (PR, copywriting, journalism)

Hi there, it's nice to meet you. I'm Isabel, and I'm from Melbourne. I really like words — and food, music, books, oh, and puppies too. Things I don't like include 2020, alternative facts and pineapple on pizza (it's just gross I really don't get it). I'm the Co-Founder and Managing Director at Manifest Melbourne, part of the international brand communications group Manifest, PR Week's International Agency of the Year 2019 & 2020. With offices in New York, Manchester, New York, Stockholm and now Melbourne, we build brands that change the world. Most importantly, we work hard and we're nice to people. I've spent the last 10 years in media and comms on both sides of the Pacific. I've worked in-house for restaurant groups and in agencies specialising in entertainment, lifestyle tech, and brand comms working with early-stage startups through to billion dollar valuation companies. I've been a journalist with news.com.au and Nine Digital as well as having worked on campaigns for sex toys through to boozy kombucha, launched America's first print newsweekly magazine in nearly 20 years, coordinated lots of funding announcements from seed through to Series E, and travelled the world doing PR for music festivals and DJs that took me to Mexico, Portugal, Costa Rica, Iceland, America and Morocco. No matter who I'm working with or what I'm doing, at the end of the day, I just really love helping people (and brands) find their voice, what they stand for and then making the world pay attention. My skills include: journalism, copywriting, editing, public relations, production, digital marketing, brand strategy, content management, project management, event management, account management... the list goes on. Basically, if it's new, exciting, there's words, music, food, a ridiculous deadline, a crazy story or a plane ticket involved, I'm interested. If you're doing something awesome and want a little help spreading the word, then drop me a line, I'd love to talk: [email protected] Below you can find some of my published work and coverage I've landed for my clients below.


Hayes Madsen

Freelance Journalist

Freelance Journalist with over ten years of experience, focusing on entertainment and the video game industry. Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Metropolitan State University of Denver. Former Senior Editor at Twinfinite, Technology Editor at Metrosphere Magazine, and co-host of Playing With Perspective podcast. Currently Freelance Writer at Retroware, GameSkinny, ComingSoon, and more. Constantly looking for the most unique perspectives and stories of gaming.


Madeleine Chan

Freelance Writer

Freelance writer who enjoys critiquing and commenting on the world through writing. Also likes to express their strong thoughts and feelings on music and entertainment media. Catch them plotting the downfall of media oligopolies, along with their work in publications like The Peak, AIPT Comics, Overachiever Magazine, Attuned Media, and Women Write About Comics.


Theodora MacLeod

Journalist, MacEwan University

Having been a writer my entire life, the decision to pursue journalism was an easy one. After graduating with my Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Sociology in 2017, I set my sights on completing a Bachelor of Communications in Journalism, and haven't looked back. I am a journalist who loves working with words to convey ideas and explore the world around me. I am so excited to be learning and practising the art of writing informative and compelling articles while working on editing my fiction novels in my spare time. Writing truly is my passion and I welcome every opportunity I have to strengthen my craft. I intend to explore as many areas of writing and journalism as I can to diversify my portfolio and find the area where I am best suited; for me, the most important part of being a writer is taking information and experiences and sculpting them into a piece of work that inspires emotion in readers while providing new and informative perspectives.