Ebyline connects publishers with affordable content and quality freelancers. Follow its blog for a compact compilation of conversations on newsroom tech, business models and content strategy.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on December 7, 2012
Topics: Community, Resources Tags: Freelance, Future of Media, Journalism Industry, State of the Fourth Estate
Offering insights to the highs and lows of freelancing, useful broad context as more journalists become self-employed. Findings explore attitude, practices and entrepreneurial success.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on September 10, 2012
Topics: Community, Resources Tags: Business Models, Entrepreneurship, Freelance, Report
Go deep, not wide, in content and audience. That’s my quick overall takeaway from today, Day Two of our forum on sustainable journalism. Today’s conversation focused on particular opportunities for niche sites. Let’s start with this question, and a thanks to the Oregonian News Network’s Cornelius Swart for posing it: Who if any have done...
Posted by Emily Harris on February 29, 2012
Topics: Blog, Craft, Experiments, Revenue Tags: Ad Revenue, Alternative Revenue, Audience Engagement, Business Models, Freelance, Investigative Journalism, Networks, Niche Publishing, Revenue, Social Media, Training
“Giving freelance journalists a new way to efficiently manage their work,” Contently proudly notes “writers from The New York Times, Boston Globe, Wired” as customers.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on December 16, 2011
Topics: Craft, Distribution, Experiments, Resources Tags: Brands, Content, Freelance, Matchmaking, Opportunity, Publishers, Reporter, Tools, Writer