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Bilingual Sports Journalist
• My main goal is to expand my skills and knowledge in sports media coverage in English and Spanish. • Mi objetivo principal es expandir mis habilidades y conocimientos en la cobertura mediática de deportes en español e inglés.
Freelance Journalist, Writer, Blogger and Editor
Noah Dolinajec is a freelance journalist, writer and editor based in Portland, Oregon. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Noah's passion for writing is predicated on the region's diverse collection of writers and artists. As a writer, Noah has been publishing work for over four years and has experience working with both print and online publications. There is no one subject that drives Noah's love for telling the stories of the world, rather it is all subjects that make up Noah's expertise. Noah has strong experience with both long-form and short-form writing. As well as Listicles and 'Best of' articles. In his time writing and studying at Portland State University, Noah developed strong skills for research and development of story ideas - both fiction and non-fiction. Versatility is what he prides himself on as a writer. Currently you will find Noah's work with The Hockey Writers, Along the Boards, Spectrums Magazine, Play Too Much, Frugal Portland, NewsCastic, Reverb Press, TravelVersed and more. "I strive to tell the stories that deserve to be told, that need to be told and that want to be told. The world is just too interesting to not be involved in helping to connect people and information." ~ Noah Dolinajec
United States of America
Writer & Digital Communicator
Experienced communicator and analyst with 4+ years of professional writing experience in finance, sports and politics. Will be relocating to the Los Angeles area by April 2020 at latest. For examples of finance and campaign related work, please inquire via email at [email protected]
Assistant Director- Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Intern with Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Aspiring sports writer and athletic communications specialist. Former assistant sports information director at St. Norbert College and intern at SiriusXM radio. Baseball/hockey/volleyball enthusiast, overall sports lover.
Freelance writer in the Washington D.C. area, with 20-plus years writing experience in sports, travel, entertainment, branded content and more. Clients include Coca-Cola, Entertainment Tonight, Northwestern University, Skyword, Washington Speakers Bureau, Red Bull, The Washington Post and MLB.com.
College Football/Basketball Writer
I currently provide college football content for Saturday Blitz, part of the FanSided Sports Network. My primary focus is covering the Big Ten Conference. On Friday and Saturday nights, I provide play-by-play coverage of high school football and boys basketball for Walton Webcasting (www.waltonwebcasting.com) Any writing or broadcasting samples can be provided at request. Email: [email protected]
Sports & Entertainment Journalist
I'm a writer and videographer with a keen eye for discovering unique methods in structuring the foundation of a story. In my career, I have covered sports, entertainment, and various events throughout Texas. Each word I write is a new experience, and I hope to continue evolving and progressing with every published article. Email: [email protected] Phone: 210-323-6531 Resumes available on request or via my LinkedIn
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.