As we approach #EarthDay2020 (and beyond), we’re recognizing outstanding environmental new sites.
Trust your gut. If something doesn’t check out, don’t publish.
While most in-person events have been canceled or postponed, there are still several virtual events available for bloggers, journalists, and content creators.
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting media events, jobs, and revenues. Here’s a recap of some of the effects coronavirus is having on journalists.
Which is correct: COVID-19 or coronavirus? We have AP Style reminders on this and other topics in our quarterly round-up.
We’re continuing our celebration of Women’s History Month with a list of some of our favorite news sites for women, covering a range of topics, including politics, parenting, wellness, and education.
As more women throw their hats into the ring for political office, equal and accurate representation of female voices in the media becomes even more imperative.
We’re celebrating Black History Month by recognizing top publications focusing on luxury, leisure, and business for African Americans who travel, dine, and deal.
If you’re a blogger or reporter covering 2020 fashion week events, we have a few tips on how to provide exceptional content in a sea of coverage.
Whether you’re more inspired at the beach, in the wooded wilderness, or right in the middle of town, this list may have a writing residency that suits your needs.
Whether you’re covering the election or planning other stories around it, we’ve compiled a list of key 2020 election event dates that are expected to dominate news cycles through June.
Parenthood is hard work on the daily, so enjoy a few of these parenting news sites for advice, tips, and solidarity with other parents on the same life-changing journey.
Aim to set small writing habits in 2020 and see big results.
To close out the year, here are some of the top news stories affecting multicultural media in the past twelve months.
We’re recapping the biggest stories in the media industry this year.
These are the top Beyond Bylines posts of 2019. What was your favorite?
Which social campaigns had the greatest impact on you in 2019? These are 5 of our favorites.
In our latest quarterly recap of AP Style rules, we review apostrophes and the proper usage of versus, vs., and v.
The Giving Season has begun, so we’re highlighting a few of our favorite sites for philanthropy and nonprofit news.
We have a few gift ideas to make life and work easier for content creators.