Archive for October, 2008

Wanted: freelancer in Asia

The SportsOneSource Group, a trade publishing and market research company focused on the sporting goods industry, is looking for stringers in Asia to handle occasional assignments. Freelancers based in Hong Kong, mainland China, Taiwan or Viet Nam with knowledge of or connections to the athletic apparel, footwear and sporting goods industries would be ideal. Interested parties should contact

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Join SPJ’s Freelancer Directory

If someone told you that you could have unprecedented access to the world’s top editors and news directors, would you believe him? Thanks to the Society of Professional Journalists’ Freelancer Directory, this isn’t a far-fetched idea.

SPJ’s Freelancer Directory can put your work at the fingertips of the country’s top editors and news directors. The directory enables independent journalists, who are members of the Society, to post information and links to work samples online for free. This same list is viewable by editors and news directors from around the world. They can search by state, specialty or both. All you have to do is post your best work and wait for the calls to come.

To help ensure these decision makers are aware of your work, SPJ will send out regular announcements to more than 5,000 editors and news directors, explaining the benefits of using our directory.

If you are a current member of SPJ, visit the directory Web page with your username and password to complete the registration and submit your work samples. If you are not a current SPJ member, join today and let SPJ start working for you.

For more information about SPJ membership, please contact Membership Coordinator Linda Hall at (317) 927-8000, ext. 203.

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Founded in 1909 as Sigma Delta Chi, SPJ promotes the free flow of information vital to a well-informed citizenry; works to inspire and educate the next generation of journalists; and protects First Amendment guarantees of freedom of speech and press.


Joe Skeel
Society of Professional Journalists

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