Colin Linneweber

Broadcaster, Reporter, Copywriter, Editor, Content Development Specialist and Voice-Over Artist

United States

Colin Linneweber is an experienced writer who creates content for renowned television networks, Fortune 500 companies, and multiple industry sectors.

Linneweber, who produced online content for CBS Sports and the New England Sports Network (NESN), works as a freelance copywriter, content creator, and editor.

To see his marketing-related work, click the link icon below or visit colinlinneweber.journoportfolio.com.

For all inquiries, email Linneweber at [email protected]

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CBS Detroit
12/20/2021
Colin Linneweber

Boxing’s struggles have been well documented and analyzed for decades. However, for the first time since Lennox Lewis knocked Mike Tyson out in June 2002, prizefighting is firmly in the spotlight.

Metalcraft
08/09/2021
Marketing blog post: How the coronavirus pandemic exposed America's supply chain network

The U.S.-China trade war and the coronavirus pandemic have made a few things abundantly clear: Relying on foreign manufacturers is a risky, challenging, and, oftentimes, unwise business practice. Even before the COVID-19 outbreak, many economists and academics argued that America was excessively reliant on foreign manufacturers, particularly China, for too many vital products.

Ffjournal
Feature article: FFJournal.net | Breathtaking bikes

November 2016 - Max Hazan is an atypical artist who has earned widespread praise for his ability to convert scrap metal into stylish, customized motorcycles and motorbikes. Born in 1981, Hazan spent countless childhood hours watching his father craft various items at his workshop on Long Island.

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Feature article: FFJournal.net | A resounding sculpture

Dale Evers used raw materials to fabricate a replica of Carlos Santana's Paul Reed Smith guitar July 26, 2017 - "Some songs are just like tattoos for your brain," said Carlos Santana, 70, who was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. "You hear them and they're affixed to you."