News Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of news journalists below. We found 171 news journalists listed.

Brittany

Freelance Writer

Ghostwriter through Textbroker.com

United States


Olivia Owens

Intern at Capitol File Magazine

Olivia Owens is a journalism student at the University of Maryland. She will be graduating in the Spring of 2014 with hopes of obtaining a position in the journalism industry. Her interests include magazine journalism, fashion and advice. She is currently interning at Capitol File Magazine in Washington, D.C. as an editorial intern. She also maintains her own blog astoldbyolivia.com.


Craig Robert Brown

Writer | Coffee Fiend

My story so far. I went into debt to earn an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of New Hampshire in 2011. It was worth every penny. Since then I've worked as a freelance writer covering arts, culture, food and travel for a number of different publications, like Austin Monthly, Atlas Obscura, Dispatch Magazine (RIP) and more. I also live the #adlife as a creative senior copywriter developing campaigns for just about every type of brand you can name. Go for it. There’s a lot. On top of that, and working on a novel, I’m also a co-producer for the Here’s What I’ve Heard podcast. Season 1 is out now! I’m inspired by a lot of art and photography, especially when it’s my wife's. If I'm not writing, I'm probably changing my newborn son's diapers or cuddling him, getting chased by our Great Pyrenees, reading, eating, or trying to take a nap. Below is a (very) small, possibly outdated by the time you read this, sample of my writing as a journalist and copywriter.


Liz Engel

Freelance journalist, Cincinnati, OH

A freelance writer based in the Queen City. I am an experienced journalist and social media manager with a heavy background in business reporting. Clients - past and present - include Forbes.com, WCPO.com, Cincy Magazine, RV PRO magazine, the Knoxville News Sentinel, Youthletic, Levy's Leathers and more. Previously, I served as managing editor of the Upper Cumberland Business Journal in Cookeville, Tennessee, a specialty publication targeting business professionals in a micropolitan area of Middle Tennessee. I also worked as a news reporter and features writer for the Herald-Citizen, a daily newspaper in the same town. I got my start as a marketing associate for Averitt Express. I studied at Tennessee Tech University and graduated summa cum laude in December 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in English-journalism. I was also a four-year starter on the Golden Eagle volleyball team. I have been awarded a Tennessee Press Association award for investigative reporting and a Kids Count media award from the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth for my writing. I am a native of Cincinnati and moved back to the motherland for good in 2014. I am currently available for freelance assignments. Contact me at [email protected]


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.


Sarah Vassello

Journalist

UNC 2017 | Daily Tar Heel Staff Writer


Miranda Hale

Freelance Writer/Editor and Educator

Hi! 👋 I’m Miranda. I’m a writer, editor, and a teacher/tutor/writing consultant. I have an M.A. in English Language and Literature, a Certificate in Teaching College Writing, a Professional Editing Certificate, multiple certificates in Business Writing, & additional relevant professional certificates. My writing experience is extensive & diverse. I’ve written for various websites, publications, agencies, businesses, & clients. I specialize in copywriting, particularly persuasive marketing copy. In doing so, I make use of my knowledge of effective methods of persuasion gained from my academic research & from my experience teaching persuasive writing. I also have extensive editing experience, including copy editing, line editing, & developmental editing. As a teacher/tutor, I undertake careful editing of the writing my students need assistance with. Additionally, I’ve completed many editing assignments for agencies, for businesses, for individuals, & for authors who need pre-publication editorial assistance with their book manuscripts. More information about my experience, education, skills, publications, & certifications is available on my LinkedIn profile and on my resume (see links below). Please free to get in touch if you're interested in my freelancing services, if you have an opportunity to share, or for any other reason. I'd love to hear from you.


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


Adrian Fleur

Writer

I'm a South African writer based in Minneapolis. I studied Creative Writing at University of Oxford in the UK, and plan to pursue my Master's somewhere in the States one day. I write fiction, flash and poetry. My most recent work was shortlisted in the 49th New Millennium Writing Awards, and placed as a semi-finalist in the Short(er) Fiction Contest by American Short Fiction.

US


Daisy Sells

Editor at Large

I am passionate about the freedom and evolution of the print and digital world, seeking collaborations and learning from an inspiring collection of writers, experiences and titles. I am somewhat unconventional, occasionally controversial, doggedly determined and infuriatingly curious. @VPRCOMM @TrendPriveMag @macedigital @noctismag @clicdigitaluk @TheNewsHub @frukmagazine @RuckLondon @urbanwatchmag @plus_minus_mag @defuzemag @pharoslondon @writingtimesmag