The Ebyline blog is looking for contributors
Ebyline’s blog covers the radical changes and innovations taking place within the news business for an audience of editors, reporters, freelance journalists and anyone curious about how valuable content will be produced now and in the future.
We welcome ideas for articles exploring the economics of content, technology in the newsroom and the shifting definition and strategies of entrepreneurial journalism. Our perspective is one of curiosity and skepticism, but never cynicism and we love facts and data more than opinions. We pay for posts, but please remember when pitching us that our readers are newsroom decision-makers and seasoned journalists, so we want to go the beyond the basics.
Here are a few examples:
- Former Times Contributor Mike Albo on Junkets, Future of Journalism
- Dallas Does The Economist
- How The Wall Street Journal Uses Sound Bites on Pinterest
- By the Numbers: Median Writer and Reporter Wages by State
- @NYTimes Social Media Editor Lexi Mainland Talks Pinterest, Reddit and More
If you’re interested in contributing, Apply for Ebyline and send us your pitches! We look forward to hearing from you.
**Do note that we receive a lot of pitches, so it may take some time for us to respond.