Browse the Clippings.me directory of United States journalists below. We found 411 United States journalists listed.
Multilingual communications pro with a background in news, content, podcasts, video production, and writing for all of the above. I am a leader and a problem solver. With a deep understanding of both the journalistic and the commercial side of the communications industry, I have a track record of turning clients' goals into strategy and execution.
Broadcaster, Reporter, Copywriter, Editor, Content Development Specialist and Voice-Over Artist
Colin Linneweber is an experienced writer who has created an array of content for renowned television networks, trade journals, law firms, and financial, insurance, construction and technology companies. Linneweber, who was recruited to produce CBS Sports’ online coverage of the May 2015 bout between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather, currently serves as a broadcaster, reporter, editor and voice-over specialist for Beijing-based Xinhua News Agency.
Periodista / Journalist
Periodista graduada por la Universitat de València. Máster en Periodismo Internacional por la UNED y la Agencia EFE. Experiencia: · Agencia EFE (Nueva York, EE.UU.) · Diputación de Valencia · Agencia EFE (Miami, EE.UU.) · El Mundo (Valencia) · Agencia EFE (Valencia) · Ayuntamiento de Valencia · CulTour Magazine (Utrecht, Países Bajos) Para colaboraciones, puedes ponerte en contacto conmigo en [email protected]
Marketing Strategist & Writer
I’m Sirita Wright, a New York-based Social Media Strategist, Writer, and Cannabis Professional who loves nothing more than crafting brand stories that enrich the soul. I help industry leaders and small businesses position themselves to attract paying clients and lucrative opportunities through strategic planning and content creation. After spending some time moonlighting as an actress in 2014 I was offered the position of Social Media Manager at Black Enterprise Magazine. This job was a dream. I was able to hone my Marketing and content creation skills along with launch influencer marketing campaigns, interview celebrities like music producer Ryan Leslie and the CEO of Slack, Stewart Butterfield, cover the red carpet at Black Girls Rock, moderate the first ever cannabis panel Black Enterprise ever had and appear on the Breakfast Club 3x! I’m equally passionate about educating business owners on personal branding, productivity, and online business strategy through my actionable blog and my digital marketing podcast Savage Media. So if you need an experienced writer to help you define your brand voice or a trusted coach to help you bring life to your marketing strategy, I’m here to support you, help you dive deep, and grow your digital influence!
I was born to be a storyteller and knew I wanted to write for a living for as far back as I can remember. Along the way, I became intrigued by business — learning how a company takes its product to market and best communicates the experience to the consumer. It became my passion and life’s work to create and elevate brand storytelling that is at once authentic, organic, dynamic, and impactful. I tell brand stories through a wide variety of communications vehicles including public relations, social media, website copy, content, social media, email marketing, and much more. NOTE: PLEASE KEEP SCROLLING DOWN AS THERE ARE A LOT OF DIFFERENT WRITING SAMPLES ON HERE THAT WILL KEEP LOADING AS YOU SCROLL ALL THE WAY DOWN. THE LAST SECTION IS BLOGS.
Freelance Writer and Editor
Stephanie Jones is a writer, editor and podcast host with a background in long-form copywriting, editorial management + journalism and in-depth interviews. In addition to working as creative copywriter on both the agency side and client side, Stephanie works as features writer for DownBeat Magazine and Hot House Jazz Guide. She has contributed to a variety of local and national publications including The Detroit Free Press, Metropolitan Magazine (formerly Residency NY), NAfME's Teaching Music Magazine and JazzSpeaks.org. Beginning as copy editor and proofreader, she worked her way up to becoming managing editor of New Jersey Teachers Magazine in 2016. Stephanie graduated from Wellesley College, having majored in English literature. A Phi Beta Kappa and Kaye Scholar, she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jazz Performance from The City College of New York, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude.
My passion for storytelling began when I was 13. Beginning with a dream of being a journalist in high school, my first investigative article was part of a series titled "In Your Shoes" and tackled the difficult subject of teenage pregnancy and public perception. After high school, I spent four years working for my college paper, where I was the first Web Editor for the publication. During my time in that position, I built the web team that went on to win Best in Show for College Papers the Fall after I graduated. In the years since working for my high school and college newspapers, I have bounced between creative writing, journalism and marketing. I like to think that my experience with each of these styles has laid the technical foundation for quality storytelling while helping me to think outside the box in order to create effective content strategies and compelling brand stories that drive leads and revenue growth for organizations.
Keely Quinlan graduated from New York University in 2018 with Bachelors in Journalism and English from the College of Arts and Sciences with a minor in Studio Art from the Steinhardt School, where her academic interests included music-based social movements and critical theory focused on decolonization through language and alternative forms of temporality. Her honor's senior thesis was a reported story on the revitalization of the Riot Grrrl movement in Brooklyn. She completed yearlong internships at MSNBC and Galore Media, writing and producing content concerning pop culture, music, and politics for online publication. She has also freelanced for Teen Vogue, and appeared on MSNBC to defend the #TakeAKnee movement in 2017. She is currently a music critic for online blogs Consequence of Sound and Stereogum. Contact: [email protected]
Journalist in Orange County, CA
I am a writer, editor, photographer, and certified yoga teacher currently working as the Associate Editor for the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) and Performance Racing Industry (PRI). I have a degree in journalism from the University of Central Florida and have experience in blog writing, business writing, and more. If you’d like to get in touch, email me at [email protected]
Freelance multimedia professional
Brendan F. Yu is an award-winning journalist whose work has earned recognition from the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) and volleyball news outlet Off-the-Block, making him the first UCI student to earn either distinction. In his writing, he balances the technical aspects of each game while simultaneously reporting on issues that go beyond the box score. His work has also been published on Vice Sports as well as NBC News. In addition to volleyball, he has also covered tennis, water polo, golf, soccer and basketball. Yu is well-versed in Adobe InDesign and Microsoft Office, and his experiences include digital production and social media outreach.