News Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of news journalists below. We found 200 news journalists listed.

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. Scroll down for examples of my reporting, travel features, branded content and lifestyle writing. [email protected]


Laura Klonowski

Music Journalist

Qualified music journalist! Writing single/album/live reviews, feature articles, interviews, and news pieces. Email: [email protected]

United Kingdom

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Amanda Randall

Writer, researcher, subeditor, cinephile

I am a social historian writing about all aspects of everyday lives, from education to work, wartime to entertainment. My major interest is in film and cinema-going from the industry's earliest days to the present. I am a community cinema programmer and write about the burgeoning grassroots cinema scene in the UK.


Hannah Moran

Journalism Student

Hannah Moran is a final year Journalism student in DCU. Throughout her time in DCU Hannah has been a member of DCUfm and DCUtv working on radio and video packages and shows. Hannah has been acting as Deputy Online Editor for The College View for the 2015/2016 academic year. Through her work with The College View and other publications, she has created a portfolio that is varied and accurately showcases her abilities as a digital journalist.


Geraldine Mark

words tell, stories sell.

Passionate about food and music. Curious about sustainable living. Interested in clean technology.

Singapore


Adam Watts

Journalist

I have dreamed of being writer since I was a young child. I remember being about 11 years old when my dad asked me, “Adam, if you could trade places with anybody for a day, who would you choose?” When every answer I came up with was a writer, we had a good idea what I would do with my life. I am living my dream working as a sports reporter at the Daily Globe in Worthington, Minn. Whenever I find myself caught up in the daily stress of working in the newspaper industry, I like to remind myself that I get to write about sports for a living. It's great. Prior to working at the Daily Globe, I was a sports clerk and intern at the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, contributed to High School Sports View magazine and worked at the MSUM Advocate student newspaper. I graduated from Minnesota State University Moorhead with a bachelor of science in Multimedia Journalism.

United States of America


Laura Pitts

Digital Content Editor

Laura is a digital content editor, writer and photographer currently working as a digital content editor for the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) and Performance Racing Industry (PRI). She has a degree in journalism from the University of Central Florida and is also a certified yoga teacher (200RYT). EMAIL: [email protected]

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Josh Shaffer

Media Editor, The Hoofbeat

In addition to creating, managing, and continuing the online version of The Hoofbeat, Josh also writes.

United States of America

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Pamela Ferdinand

JOURNALIST • AUTHOR • WRITER • EDITOR

I am an experienced nonfiction editor, published author, and award-winning journalist who provides editing and content writing services to English language clients worldwide. I understand the impact of words and creative problem-solving to help writers perfect their work and meet clients' needs in their authentic voice and brand. With a keen editor's eye, I pride myself on my resourcefulness and ability to translate complex issues into powerful and clear language. I appreciate deadlines, too, and I meet them. My current work involves writing and editing everything from articles and book manuscripts to speeches and blogs. I provide nonfiction book proposal and manuscript critiques as well as one-on-one consulting, copy editing, proofreading, line editing, substantive (heavy) editing, and developmental editing. My own publishing experience includes co-authoring a triple memoir — “Three Wishes: A True Story of Good Friends, Crushing Heartbreak, and Amazing Luck on Our Way to Love and Motherhood” (Little, Brown & Co.) — that was dubbed “A Tome of the Brave" by Oprah's O Magazine and published in five other countries. I draw on a decades-long journalism career to expertly handle a wide range of genres and topics and keep projects on track for my clients. As a reporter for The Washington Post, Boston Globe, and Miami Herald, I covered everything from politics, education, parenting, and plane crashes to hurricanes, hackers, and neuroscience, and I was one of 10 international journalists selected for an MIT Knight Science Journalism Fellowship. I've freelanced for NPR, The Economist, National Geographic News, Slate, This Old House, and Boston Magazine, among many others, as well as academic institutions and nonprofits including Northwestern University and Boston University. Clients have included WebMD, Aha Media Group, Curmudgeon Group, Talentfoot, Callisto Media, Book Launchers, Greenleaf Book Group, Pew Research, MIT, Northwestern University, Boston University, Weill Cornell Medicine, The Trustees (Massachusetts), and American Cancer Society, among others. Memberships include the Society of Professional Journalists, Editorial Freelancers Association, and I am represented by the Denise Shannon Literary Agency in New York City.

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