With a never-ending news cycle, it’s easy to experience social media burnout. How can writers manage this and their other responsibilities?
Category: Journalists and Journalism
No matter your interest, there’s a podcast for it. If you’re getting back to commuting, we recommend these media and journalism podcasts.
Back-to-school will be here soon, so our latest roundup features a few standout news sites for kids and teens to help them follow current events.
Keeping up with a 24/7 news cycle can be tough. We recommend adding these morning newsletters to your inbox to help you stay in the know.
As we head into the second half of the year, mark your calendar with these upcoming events for journalists, bloggers, and freelancers.
Are you using press releases to write your news articles? Don’t miss out on these effective vehicles for important information and story ideas.
Our latest roundup of timely AP Style rules and reminders features rules for writing about disabilities, how to use hyphens, and more.
Top LGBTQ+ news sites showcasing audiences’ unique stories and voices that include all sexual orientations and gender identities.
Too much jargon in your writing can alienate potential readers. We have tips for avoiding jargon-filled, acronym-riddled content.
Entering the job market can be scary. Save these resources, including newsletters and job boards, for finding journalism jobs.
For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, here are 10 sites offering engaging coverage of Asian American entertainment, lifestyle, and culture.
The coming weeks offer several unique events for journalists and bloggers, covering solutions journalism, food writing, and more.
We’re highlighting recent press freedom stories and ideas for supporting journalists on World Press Freedom Day (and beyond).
Travel news is finally rebounding. Here are a few trends and predictions based on recent news releases distributed by PR Newswire.
These charts show some of the trends, challenges, and pet peeves that journalists shared in Cision’s 2021 State of the Media survey.
April is Stress Awareness Month. Here are a few tips for journalists looking to manage their raised stress levels.
As we approach #EarthDay2021 (and beyond), we’re recognizing several outstanding environmental new sites.
When it comes to April Fools’ Day content, trust your gut. If something doesn’t check out, don’t publish.
As we head into the second quarter, check out these upcoming events for journalists and bloggers.
Your headline is the first (and sometimes only) thing a reader sees. So follow these tips the next time you’re writing a headline.