News Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of news journalists below. We found 165 news journalists listed.

Sasha Lekach

Multimedia journalist, editor, reporter

Proud San Franciscan, born and raised. General assignment reporter at Mashable. Graduate of the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. [email protected] // @sashajol

United States of America

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Christopher Gaine

Freelance sportswriter, Complex Media

Chris Gaine is currently a senior at the Stony Brook University School of Journalism. He is in the top 15 percent of his class; holding a 3.7 overall GPA. Outside of school, Gaine does freelance work at Complex Media, where he previously interned. He is also a senior writer at Mets Merized Online, one of the largest New York Mets sites on the internet. In the past he has served as the sole editor of Venom Strikes, the Arizona Diamondbacks' website on the Time Inc.-owned Fansided network, as an assistant sports editor of Stony Brook's school newspaper, The Statesman, and has also written over 70 published articles for Amazin' Avenue, SB Nation's Mets blog.

United States of America

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Ylenia Gostoli

Multimedia journalist and editor

I'm a reporter, producer and editor. In the past six years, I have covered social change, conflict and rights in ten countries across the Middle East and Europe while based out of London, Rome and the West Bank. 2014 Anna Lindh Mediterranean Journalist Award finalist and SOAS alumna. I now have a new portfolio website: https://www.yleniagostoli.com/


Nicoletta Richardson

Editor / Writer / Reporter

I'm a passionate writer with a strong editorial background in both digital and print, covering a wide variety of topics that range from pop culture moments to wellness inspiration and travel destinations, among others. I currently work as Entertainment Editor at Apartment Therapy, and I've had experience at companies such as Rodale Inc., LittleThings, Afar Media, XO Group Inc., Time Inc., Hearst, and National Geographic, along with various independent authors and smaller publications. Enjoy reading through my clips and feel free to reach out!


Ellen Vessels

Staff Writer, The American Genius & The Real Daily

I'm a multi-talented writer specializing in business and real estate news, with a special focus on social justice. I also write about organic farming, gardening, the outdoors, and the environment, and have done pro bono writing and editing for several nonprofits. My goal is to provide high-quality, accurate, and engaging writing. I pride myself in being cooperative, positive, and always punctual with deadlines. Said my editor, Lani Rosales, "Ellen is one of our most talented writers, flawlessly connecting with our audience. Her writing is always exactly what we're looking for, is without error, consistently engages the reader, and stands out. She is truly one of the best Staff Writers we've ever had on the team, and her gift transcends topic - she is a rare jewel." I am also a freelance copy editor and proofreader. Feel free to contact me at [email protected]

Tennessee


Alisa Wylie

Freelance Journalist

Young Journalist of the Year finalist at the Scottish Magazine Awards 2017. Former editor-in-chief of the Strathclyde Telegraph in 2017, previously the music editor in 2016. I'm based in Glasgow, Scotland but cover everything from local to international issues. My two favourite things to write about are music and mental health For any contact/commission enquires: alisawwrites [at] gmail [dot] com


Samantha Putterman

PolitiFact | Freelancer

I am a reporter with PolitiFact. Here, I get to work alongside a national team fact-checking politicians, pundits and the people of the United States. I am a former news reporter at the Bradenton Herald, where I reported and wrote breaking news articles, local features, and stories involving business, government and education. I also worked as a digital news reporter at the Tampa Bay Times, where I mostly covered breaking news. I graduated with my journalism degree from USF St. Petersburg in 2016. I love that the truth is my job. Take a look around.


Julia Stone

Freelance Writer

I graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University with a degree in English Literature, Creative Writing, and French. I have experience writing about architecture, design, real estate, literature, and more. I previously served as associate editor at Green Building & Design and Sixtysix Magazine. I now work as a freelance writer and writing tutor.

US


Kathryn

Deputy Editor, The Australia Times

“What’s behind Pluto?” I asked, staring at my sleepy mother just after two in the morning. I was six years old and she had just taught me all about the planets of our solar system earlier that day. While I always enjoyed her tutor time, this particular lesson immediately perked an insatiable interest in me. It caused the startling realization that there was so much more beyond what I already knew, what I could already see or feel. The realization was thrilling, yet unsettling; in one day, my world grew exponentially and along with it, so also grew countless questions. As I was trying to sleep that night, one issue could not be silenced. If there is more to our universe than the Earth, the Sun and the Moon, then shouldn't there be more beyond the other planets and Pluto? While at six years old, I didn’t quite grasp the idea of a truly infinite universe, I knew that it couldn’t just end after Pluto. So, at just after two in the morning, the mystery had become too overpowering and I had to wake up my mother to ask. I never lost my inquisitive nature. Throughout my life, I have found an intense satisfaction through the search for knowledge. I have been the person who sought out to know more, know first, know why and know how. This need of mine to find all the pieces of a puzzle and leave no story uncovered still motivates me in virtually all aspects of my life today. Particularly, I am fascinated with people. After all, with our different backgrounds, beliefs, histories and futures interconnecting in one way or another, I would argue, we are the biggest puzzle of all.

Sydney, NSW, Australia


Pete Wise

Freelance journalist

I write about people's lives, businesses, charities, technology, travel, products and just about anything else that takes my interest. In my eyes there's no subject too humble or too grand, too serious or too silly. My readership to date has stretched well into the millions, thanks entirely to the support of great clients like The Guardian, Evening Standard, Independent, Sunday Times and Daily Mirror. Drop me a line if you'd like to add your readers to the tally. [email protected]