Entertainment Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of entertainment journalists below. We found 147 entertainment journalists listed.

TinaShang

Public Relations/Digital Media Specialist

A writer, dreamer and activist. Passionate about technology, education, new media, communications and travel. An inquisitive, voracious learner with an eclectic variety of interests. Specialties: Communication Public Relations Community Building Social Media Management Digital Media Communications Journalism Writing for Digital Media Freelance Writing Photography Editing Content Management

United States


Ashley Smalls

Social Media Professional

I am very proud to have such an extensive writing background which includes articles written for WomansDay.com, iVillage.com and The Daily Collegian. Listed below are links to my work. I do hope that you enjoy.


Rosa Fattahi

Content Specialist & Owner of WordWise Creations

Leveraging the power of words to create top-notch marketing and creative content that ensures you speak volumes. Experienced in writing and editing Web Content, Blog Articles, Press Releases, Technical Documents, Whitepapers, Marketing Materials, News Articles and Reviews, and more.


Rochelle Sampy

Journalist/Copywriter/Blogger

I am a journalist/ blogger/content creator who has previously written for EMR Digital, easyJet holidays, Yahoo, the South African newspaper, Bauer Media and other B2B publications. I enjoy producing content around topics related to fashion, lifestyle, entertainment, business, politics and sport. In my spare time, I enjoy photography and bellydance.

United Kingdom

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Jen Moreno

Multimedia Journalist etc

California born, world bound journalist who can quickly adapt to the ever evolving world we live in. I've been in the field of journalism since late 2006 and in that time I have covered a variety of topics: Breaking news, arts, human interest, community features and events, school newsletters, Christian music, college department newsletters, and keeping a blog while studying abroad in Florence, Italy. Print is and will always be home but I also have experience in radio and in front of the camera, as well as behind. Journalism is an evolving field and so long as it continues to grow, so will I. I'm a natural storyteller, my job simply is finding out whose story to tell.


David J. Pollard

Journalist

I am the second of 4 children in a South Boston family. I was born and raised in Southie, and attended high school at Boston Latin School. Through my childhood and high school, I played a variety of sports, including baseball, soccer, and my favorite, hockey. I was the starting goaltender for Boston Latin's Varsity Hockey team from 2006-2008, and was a member of the only team in the school's 370+ year history to win a Div. II State Championship (as a third string in 2004-2005). After high school I attended college at Suffolk University, where I earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism. While wrapping up school I worked as a valet for VPNE Parking Solutions while networking in an effort to create a path to my future as a writer. I interned at 98.5 The Sports Hub for 2 years, and during my time there, I also worked for the NHL Network logging audio files, and wrote for ESPNBoston.com covering high school hockey, in fact covering the very teams I used to play against when I played at Boston Latin. Now, I'm doing the same for the Boston Herald, covering a range of high school sports. I am also working for South Boston Today, a local paper where I cover hard news, human interests and local event stories, as well as sports. I am also a co-host and producer for the sports talk radio show "The Sports Blast" which airs every Saturday from 11AM-2PM on ESPN New Hampshire, 900AM Nashua, 1250AM Manchester, ESPNRadio.com, and the ESPN Radio App. I am laying down a lot of framework and will hopefully find a way to break through in an industry I'm am highly motivated to become a part of. If there's something I know about myself, when I want something I don't stop until I get it - that's my approach to pursuing this career. To help you navigate through this portfolio: My Sports Articles are at the top, my REEL is below the Sports Articles, my audio (Sound and rejoiners created for "The Sports Blast") is at the bottom of the page.


Sage Young

Movies Editor/Entertainment Writer

SEO and trend-savvy pop culture writer/editor with wide network and history of providing valuable content for a variety of clients. Possesses easily transferable organization and collaboration skills developed through 10+ years of experience in marketing, development, and event production.


Shelley Rohrbaugh

Copywriter

Driven and passionate advertising professional with over 4 years of agency experience ranging from sending traffic to writing broadcast copy. Efficient in fast-paced multitasking environments. Resourceful and flexible, able to maintain a positive attitude and strong work ethic. Strong technical command of the English language; familiarity with a variety of writing styles; serious commitment to excellence in the printed and published word.

United States of America


Corey Sipe

Freelance Journalist with Reporting and Photography Experience

Corey has over 15 years of writing experience reporting for Pictorial Gazette, Main Street News, Villager Newspapers, The Resident, Montville Times, and Shore View along with Patch, Triond, Yahoo, and Contently on a number of topics including community news, town and state politics, business, education, and features. He is a a freelancer for Reminder Newspapers. He gained extensive public safety knowledge through the Old Saybrook Police Department Citizen Police Academy and the MPTN Police Department's Multi-Assault Counter-Terrorism Action Capabilities class. He was editor-in-chief, graphic designer, writer, and photographer of the MGM Grand at Foxwoods Dream Rewards newsletter.

United States


Richard Faulk

Freelance Writer & Editor

I write about music, culture, education, and oddities of all sorts. My work has appeared in or on the 'Silicon Valley Metro,' CNN.com, Huffington Post, 'Content' magazine, and TheFasterTimes.com, and I am the author of the humorous science and history books 'Gross America: Your Coast-to-Coast Guide to All Things Gross' (Penguin, 2012) and 'The Next Big Thing: A History of the Boom-or-Bust Moments That Shaped the Modern World (Zest, 2015). I reported for the Columbia University 'Record' and was an editor at 'Instructor' and 'Scholastic Administrator' magazines, published by Scholastic Inc. I’ve been interviewed on radio a number of times as an expert on “grossology” (a field of my own invention, whose scope might be self-evident), and I also have an appearance in the season two finale of 'Oddities' on the Science Channel.

United States