October is #NationalBookMonth. We have some recommendations on worthwhile nonfiction literature journalists should add to their bookshelves.
Shared workspaces can offer great benefits for freelancers and remote workers, but how do you know if it’s the right solution for you?
AP Style’s updated guidance on hyphens caused chaos among editors and writers. Read about this and other AP Style reminders in our quarterly recap.
August saw several big personnel announcements from the media industry, including moves at InStyle, the Wall Street Journal, and Rolling Stone.
The importance of being proactive instead of reactive to historic sports moments is what can separate an article from the pack — so plan ahead.
As the school year ramps up, we’re recognizing outstanding college newspapers and are joining the call to #SaveStudentNewsrooms.
We’re recapping some of the big personnel announcements from the media industry in July, including moves at VICE Media, People, and more.
We found tools to help with each step of the writing process. Bookmark this list to make your life easier.
Journalists need to realize the value of user generated content — not only for the news gathering process, but for the health and vitality of news organizations as a whole.
Everyone craves entertainment in one form or another. Here are some of our favorite sites for entertainment and music news.
Ranking for a search query these days comes down to anticipating the needs of a searcher and writing content that answers those questions.
To celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month, we’re recognizing women writers and journalists sharing their unique voices and cultures with the world.
A round-up of recent personnel and publication announcements from the media industry, including new roles in video and creative at Vogue and Esquire.
Does the comma go inside or outside the quotation marks? Is it login or log in? Keep reading for answers to these common AP Stylebook questions and recent updates.
There are billions of dollars of grants out there, it’s only a matter of time before you find the money with your organization’s name on it.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. To celebrate Pride Month, we’re shining a light on some of our favorite LGBTQ+ blogs.
These are just a few of the significant personnel and publication announcements from the media industry in recent weeks.
With a never-ending news cycle, it’s easy to get caught up in the constant flow of information on social media. How can writers balance this with the rest of their responsibilities?
If you have information that can be summarized in a visual format, an infographic can be a great boost to your content.
Each month we highlight a select number of news sites under a timely category. Here are some of our favorites for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (and beyond).