For as far back as any reader of a newspaper or magazine can remember, there has always been one constant alongside journalists' stories: advertisements. Without ad revenue, it would be difficult to keep news organizations running, or to pay to keep journalists employed...
Your career can become an addiction if you blur the line between "work" and "life" too much. Sure, it's convenient to work from any location, or browse emails in bed before having your morning coffee, but doing so can make it difficult...
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It has always been risky for journalists to offend the powerful, rich and litigious. But until the digital age, American newspapers generally held their own: They rigorously checked facts and employed legal muscle to beat back bullies....
Writing about polls or survey results is similar to writing about any news story: It requires attention to the same principles of journalism, such as always reporting with precision and without bias, as well as providing context and looking for the deeper story.
When you're anxious to get work or earn a quick windfall, you're more likely to get burned. That's especially true for people who enter into freelance work for the first time. But even seasoned independent workers wind up getting...
Writer Jennifer Mattson shares her top 10 must-go-to conferences for writers, taking conference size, geographical locations, topics and experience levels into account. No matter your background, your interests or your budget, there’s a conference on this list...
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