News Journalists

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

Scott Finger

Writer. Editor. Your new best friend.

Welcome! Come in and warm yourself by the content. We have stories, articles, photography, film, and even some wild Photoshop jobs for the adventurous soul. What's around the corner? Is it an article about sports? A documentary film on the military? A tidbit about Krampus, the Christmas monster? Only one way to find out. Enjoy your stay, take it all in, and if you like what you see, please feel free to get in touch with me.

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Sofia Sims

Freelance Writer and Editor

I am an NCTJ-accredited journalist with over five years' experience writing, researching and editing stories for both print and online publications. As a native Spanish speaker, I also have expertise in translation and transcreation.

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Lucy Pasha-Robinson

News Reporter

Award-winning freelance journalist, fluent French speaker, anglo-Asian.

United Kingdom

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Brianna Hillier

Intern, The Herald of Randolph

I am a student at the University of Vermont living, writing, and learning in beautiful Burlington, Vermont. Contact: [email protected]

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Ryan Lowery

Storyteller

Ryan is an award-winning independent journalist whose work has been published by the Associated Press, Santa Fe Reporter, Santa Fe New Mexican, Idaho Business Review, and many others. He also regularly covers crime, criminal justice and investigative stories for the Las Vegas Optic.


Tejas Nair

Freelance Writer

I am from Mumbai and I focus on wordplay. Originally an Engineering graduate, I am currently a Content and Digital Marketing Manager at SMG Convonix. Hobbies included reading, watching films, and playing video games.


Carla Occaso

Writer/Communications Specialist

Carla Occaso has been a professional journalist since starting as a stringer for The Caledonian Record daily newspaper in 1993. She has worked in journalism most of her career in addition to work in education. She continues to enjoy creating content and to innovate on the internet, websites, digital media, photography, radio, audio, video and in print. A recent career highlight has been working as managing editor for The Bridge newspaper in Montpelier, Vermont. Given a wide berth of opportunity by the publisher, Carla has started a YouTube series, and created content for the company website. This is in addition to building story lists, assigning stories, writing stories, photographing and publishing a paper twice monthly. Carla's article about an 11-year-old girl with Autism won second place in the Writer's Digest annual writing contest in the category of "feature article." Her first work of fiction, "Practically Nothing," won an honorable mention in the Ralph Nading Hill Literary Contest. Magazines that have published her work include American Police Beat, Science Magazine, Rural Heritage, Country Woman, Vermont Life, Vermont Magazine, Maine Organic Farmer, The Northland Journal and Northern Woodlands. Newspapers she worked for as a staff writer/photographer include the Lyndon Independent, Caledonian Record, Barre-Montpelier Times-Argus and as a stringer for The Burlington Free Press.

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Hannah Saulters

Writer || Editor

I recently graduated magna cum laude from Millsaps College, a small liberal-arts college in Jackson, MS, where I majored in anthropology and minored and received honors in communications. Having lived in Mississippi for most of my life, I am looking to relocate. I am interested in jobs pertaining to writing, editing, and marketing.

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Marley Paul

Sports Reporter

A lifelong New Yorker, I spent four of my best years in Happy Valley where I became a proud Penn State alumnus in May 2016. I soaked up a ton of knowledge to jumpstart an award-winning journalism career. My past reporting stops at the Centre Daily Times, StateCollege.com, and CityofBasketballLove.com saw me extensively cover Penn State football and basketball from Christian Hackenberg's pro day to the Penn State-Michigan hoops and hockey doubleheader at The Garden - plus plenty of games and events between!

United States of America

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Danielle Ray

Freelancer

Danielle graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in both English and music. She spent most of her time the university writing news and arts stories at The Michigan Daily. She is extremely passionate about both journalism and music, and her dream job would be combining those two passions by working at a music publication such as Pitchfork or Rolling Stone. At the Daily, Danielle also spent three years working on social media. The social media team was created her sophomore year. She joined the team, and she became managing editor of the section her junior year. She worked to improve and expand the section; in doing so, she recruited new team members, which effectively doubled the size of the section, and launched the Daily's now-thriving Snapchat account. [email protected]

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