United States Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United States journalists below. We found 1070 United States journalists listed.

Aruka Sanchir

Writer & Editor

Aruka Sanchir is an experienced editor in the writing and editing industry focused on telling unique stories through strong media and communication skills.

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Deborah McKenzie

Content Strategist/Writer/Editor/Project Manager

Creating content that resonates and moves people to action is my passion ... be it blogs, brochures, social posts, sell sheets, catalog descriptions, white papers, case studies, or another type of content my clients need. Let me show you how I can craft the content you have been seeking. Email me: [email protected]

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Justin Barisich

Copywriter and Storyteller // Founder of Little Writing Man

Good Stories, Well Told. I’ve always had a way with words – writing them, analyzing them, editing them, speaking them, & even performing them all across the country. And after a decade of experience, I decided to go into business with my words – & a practiced hand – to help others create good stories, well told. So use me for my wordsmithing skills. Hire me as your word mercenary. I’m here to help you find the story you always knew was there, and then set it on its feet to walk out and win over the world. And I promise you, it’ll go far. After all, I am a man of my words. — Justin Barisich / Little Writing Man [email protected] (404) 590-3928


Cheryl A. Hoahing

Writer & Editor

Accomplished editor, writer, copy editor, and fact-checker with expertise in both print and digital publishing. Successful working on tight deadline schedules, handling multiple assignments simultaneously, and managing staff and freelancers. Outlets contributed to include: Star, Us Weekly, Inquisitr, Entertainment Daily, Metal Edge, Headlines & Global News, Tiger Beat, Bop, Romantic Times Book Reviews, Aspire College Magazine, CosmoGirl, and Cosmo Style. Open to full-time, part-time, and freelance opportunities.

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Sara Bornemann

Freelance Copywriter

Inveterate learner. Engaging communicator with a background in education. Passionate about discovering a voice for businesses and translating it to create consumers. Experienced proofreader and automatic editor.

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Amanda Cox Taylor

Journalist

Former TV News journalist turned writer, yogi, mom. Passionate about storytelling, the art world, writing that inspires.

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Valerie Delzer

Freelance Content Writer

Valerie is a freelance writer adept at content creation for diverse industries in business, career, tech, and lifestyle. She is a seasoned travel professional with her company brand name, Travalerie (Travel + Valerie). She has a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Science (BAAS) degree from the University of North Texas. When she’s not writing, she enjoys nature hikes and e-bike rides.


KRISSY GILLASPIA

Marketing Manager | Content & Copywriter | WordPress Design & Set-Up | Social Media Content

- Editing (AP Style, conversational) -Travel content (destination, venue, holiday write ups) - Website content for most kinds of websites -Technical writing (Ask me if your project is a good fit.) - Summaries (articles, documents, books) -Health and Wellness articles, blog posts -Press Releases -Copywriting (Persuasive content, call to action, material designed to generate an action like requesting information, buying, signing up, etc.) *Sales letters *Landing pages *Ads *Email Campaigns -How To documents, manuals, ebooks (see Technical Writing) Small Business Marketing Strategies

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Marcos Chisholm

Freelance Writer

Marcos Chisholm is a freelance writer who covers business, sports, and more. He also creates SEO/blog content for young brands and platforms looking to establish credibility with their target audiences. His work has been featured in OTR Global, Retail Environments Magazine, Bleacher Report, SI.com, and more. Marcos is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, where he furthered his insatiable appetite for the game of basketball without losing his cravings for croquetas and pastelitos.


Lee Anna McGuire

Creative Content Manager at Lewis Communications

After graduating from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a Journalism degree, I decided to follow an unconventional path and write music instead of news. I was lucky enough to nab a licensing deal, and not long after, a publishing and artist contract with a small label in Nashville. In the meantime, I was freelancing, writing social copy and blogs, and side-hustling my little heart out. The stereotype of a “broke musician” exists for a reason. I was fortunate to end up with songs placed in TV movies, commercials, and trailers in the U.S. and internationally. And although I continue to write, perform, and produce my own music for fun, I’ve bookmarked that chapter of my life, for now. For me, creativity has always about connecting with people. Whether it was in a song, a blog, or a headline, or a video, the goal is always the same – understand the person you’re talking to and speak their language. Empathy is king. In 2014, I leaped into the e-commerce world, and soon, I was fully immersed in digital marketing and persuasive copywriting. In search of more topical diversity, I moved on from e-commerce into advertising where I snagged a position writing content and copy for Lewis Communications. That’s where I am now, as a Creative Content Manager. My role is a hybrid of creative content direction, concepting for videos, blogs, and social campaigns, developing an overall content marketing strategy based on performance metrics. And from time to time, I handle some proofing and editing to help keep junior writers on brand. With every blog I write, I work closely work the designer to concept the images that will elevate the content. In videos, I write the concept, the script, and I handle the interviews. Then I work closely with the editor to fine-tune the final product. On social, I work mostly in concepting and strategy that works together with the overall content strategy. I also proof junior writers copy to keep social on brand. And in case you are wondering, I do not have a stance on the Oxford comma. I am Switzerland. Whatever the client says, goes.