How to Become an Environmental Reporter


You’ve taken your pulse, read tons of articles on ecological issues, you’re concerned about food policy with all the genetically modified organisms sneaking into our food chain and what about the Mississippi River flooding over its banks with more floods…

Should You Break News on Twitter? Do People Trust Social Media for News? How Should Journalists Use Facebook?


Today, we have a group of how-to stories for journalists. We have an insight into Facebook’s new journalist page, some advice on how to break stories on your website from the ASNE,  and some tips on how to conduct a…

Wonder How EByline Works? Watch This Video!

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As many of you already know, Ebyline streamlines content production and communication between freelancers, content writers, and publications. But sometimes, it may be a bit of a challenge to explain exactly how it works to your friends. We’ve been there…

Daily Dose: Everyblock Redesigned, ProPublica’s New Timeline Tech, Cover Letter Tips, AOL Continues Cuts + More News


For today’s serving of stories, we have some tips on new timeline technology and how to write a killer cover letter. Also from the Future of Journalism desk, we have an analysis on Everyblock’s redesign for increased hyperlocalism, and the…

Ebyline Partners With Internet Broadcasting, Adds 300+ More Freelancers


We have some exciting news here at Ebyline.  Today, we announced our new partnership with Internet Broadcasting and Los Angeles Times Media Group, which will add approximately 300 new, experienced freelancers to Ebyline’s network.
Jeff Kimball, Chief Operating Officer of…