United States Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United States journalists below. We found 835 United States journalists listed.

Elizabeth Muratore

Writer & Editor

My three favorite things are baseball, writing, and editing. I've been a baseball fan since I was nine years old, and I have turned that enthusiasm into a full-time role as a Homepage Editor for Major League Baseball. When I'm not editing stories and webpages for MLB.com, here's some other projects I have going on: • I am a newsletter editor for the Internet Baseball Writers' Association of America • I co-host a Mets and MLB-focused podcast, Cohen's Corner With my work, I aim to inspire other sports fans to find their voice and express themselves confidently. My writing has been published by MLB.com, the Baseball Hall of Fame, The Twin Bill, Rising Apple, and Girl at the Game. I graduated from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia with majors in Marketing and Management, a concentration in Advertising and Digital Media, and a minor in English. If you need a hand in any of the following areas, I would love to help: • Copy editing (short and long-form work) • Fact-checking • Any kind of writing (articles, blurbs, blogs, headlines, etc.) • SEO strategy • College essays You can reach me at [email protected] or via the contact link below.


Josh Alkire

Senior Copywriter

I began my career in advertising, spending 10 years in agencies in and around the Toledo area. Along the way, I wrote copy for several different types of clients and developed a keen eye for the rules of grammar, spelling and punctuation. At Ohio Northern University, I created original copy for a variety of different communications – everything from billboards to press releases to multi-page magazine articles. We also produced many admissions pieces: postcards and brochures for colleges and academic programs. In addition to writing original copy, I maintained the university style guide. It was my responsibility to review every piece that left the office, giving me the ability to edit for the appropriate audience and purpose.

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Amy Sherman

Freelance Writer, Editor and Content Strategist

Amy Sherman is a San Francisco–based writer, recipe developer, and editor in chief of the Cheese Professor, the Alcohol Professor and the Chocolate Professor, as well as publisher of the award-winning food blog Cooking with Amy. You can find her work in magazines including San Francisco, Marin, Westways, Where Traveler, Wine Enthusiast, Via, Gastronomica, and Caviar Affair. She has written for online food, travel and lifestyle publications including Afar, AllRecipes, Architectural Digest, Tasting Table, Martha Stewart, Food Network, Epicurious, KQED's Bay Area Bites, Fodor's, 7x7, Frommer's and CleanPlates. She develops recipes for clients including Whole Foods, Grocery Outlet, Dannon, Cargill, Keurig, Colman, T-fal, USA Pears, MyWinesDirect and the California Avocado Commission. She is the author of Williams-Sonoma New Flavors for Appetizers and WinePassport: Portugal, A Microwave, A Mug, A Meal and wrote the new introduction to Jane Grigson's Vegetable Book and the foreward to the reprint of the Betty Crocker Good & Easy Cookbook.


Michelle Crouch

Freelance Writer - health, parenting, personal finance and more

I'm an award-winning writer and a former newspaper reporter with more than 20 years of experience writing for some of the nation's top consumer publications. I have a special interest in writing about health, parenting and personal finance, but editors also turn to me when they need someone who can dig deep for surprising insight or advice on any subject. My national credits include: Reader’s Digest, Parents, Real Simple, Prevention, Dr. Oz The Good Life, Parenting, AARP, More, CreditCards.com, The Washington Post and The New York Times. As a long-time contributing editor at Reader’s Digest, I authored dozens of so-called “secrets” stories covering subjects ranging from airline pilots to convicted burglars. Two favorites: “50 secrets a surgeon won’t tell you” and “50 secrets a waiter won’t tell you.” I also write regularly for several Scholastic classroom magazines and for Wells Fargo's consumer-facing publications. Other corporate clients have included TIAA, Fidelity, Brighthouse Financial, USAA, Honda, WalMart and Harris Teeter.

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Daniel Russo

Automotive Content Writer & Editor

This is my dream job. From the time I was just a kid, I’ve loved everything about automobiles, racing, and everything in between. This lifetime of automotive knowledge and a keen knack for writing authoritative content allows me instantly connect with other automotive-brained individuals and those who don't know their ADAS from their CVT. In short, I love the world of automobiles, and I love to share this enthusiasm and knowledge with others. As a freelance writer, I’ve had the opportunity to provide an enthusiast’s voice to some of the most prestigious brands in the automotive world, but it wasn't easy. After graduating from college, I pursued a sales and marketing career in construction sales. After nearly a decade, and after achieving the rank of Sales Director, I quit to start my own automotive writing business. Sound crazy? It's the best decision I've ever made. I quickly grew my business by writing persuasive and compelling marketing copy from the heart and mind of a true enthusiast. Over the last 6 years, I've written thousands of pieces for brands I love and admire. It's been a ride, and I can't wait to see where life rolls next!

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Sarah Reyna

Campus Editor, The South Texan

My name is Sarah Reyna and I am a Communications Journalism major at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, expected to graduate in December. I am the Campus Editor for The South Texan, our university's newspaper. In this position, I write articles for print and our website about what is going on in Javelina Nation and paginate my page for our issues. My collective journalism experience has consisted of three and a half years as a volunteer and senior reporter and an editor at TAMUK, as well as a summer internship at Alice Echo-News Journal, where I wrote articles about education, county and civil government and featured community members. In this portfolio I have included my recent work from The South Texan and Alice Echo-News Journal.

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Fran Endicott Miller

Luxury Lifestyle Journalist & Editor

Fran Endicott Miller is a freelance feature writer for a variety of luxury lifestyle publications and websites. She serves as editor-at-large for JustLuxe.com, senior writer for Napa Valley Life Magazine, and California editor for luxury travel concierge service Essentialist. Prior to her journalism career she established and managed the Golden State Warriors' first official community relations department and efforts. Principled and genuine, she’s known for thoughtful and thorough coverage. When not traveling, she can be found walking her Northern California neighborhood with her beloved golden retriever Nate. Follow her adventures on Instagram: @frandicott, and find below a small sampling of her many articles. [email protected]


Kylie McFerrin

Hi! My name is Kylie McFerrin, I am a content writing/development professional with 10+ years in creative writing, content writing, ghostwriting and a robust aptitude for creating and editing news stories, web content, short stories, and e-books. Throughout my career and artistic endeavor, I have demonstrated success in fact-checking and researching content of published books for error-free, accurate, and non-fictional written content. My set of capabilities include formulating large volumes of highly diverse content related to various facets of lifestyle and daily activities as well as artistic topics. Last but not least, I can confidently claim to be a pro-active and analytical specialist equipped with exceptional communication and interpersonal skills; proficient in operating in a fast-paced and dynamic environment with flexible, diligent, and efficient demeanor. My Core Competencies are: • Microsoft Office Suite • Social Media Marketing & Management • Typing Skills • Team Leadership & Coordination • Creative Writing • Fact-Checking & Content Research • Proofreading • Content Development & Editing • Copywriting • WordPress • Search Engine Optimization (SEO) • Ghostwriting * All work herein copyright protected


MICHAEL HOCHMAN

<b><big>Content Copywriter<br> • Marketing Manager<br> • Media Professional</b></big>

<b>Talented, creative, and efficient content copywriter and marketer. Experienced in a variety of industries spanning a bevy of fields. Long term writing contracts for prominent corporations including ApartmentGuide, Visit Philadelphia, rent.com, Nexxt Jobs, PODS, Eric Alper PR, Spectrio, and more. Draws from years of full-time, freelance, and agency writing and marketing environs. Comfortable producing B2B, B2C, B2G, creative, data-driven, lifestyle, instructional, and CTA copy, in both professional and conversational styles.</b> Concentration in copywriting and marketing journalism, with additional skillsets in email & event marketing, advertising & promotions, broadcasting, copyediting, comedy writing, and graphic design. Seeking an opportunity to join a progressive organization and utilize my unique writing and marketing skills and experience. A desire to help take a creative team the next level. Possesses a broad spectrum of knowledge, able to step into nearly any industry or channel without missing a beat.

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Paige Welsh

Writer | Graduate Student at Chapman University

After studying the ocean and literature at UC Santa Cruz, I realized that I wanted to examine the world through writing. I'm currently studying fiction writing at Chapman University where I hope to integrate topics in environmentalism, ancient literature, and family dynamics into my projects. My professional content writing experience centers on technical material in science and engineering.