Freelance journalism: Spike seeks copy - The Economist

Freelance journalism: Spike seeks copy

Freelance journalism: Spike seeks copy - The Economist
Freelance journalism: Spike seeks copy
Published Aug 07, 2004
415 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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A journalistic problem solved? BEING a staff journalist is bad enough, with its brutal deadlines and brutal editors. As for being a freelance hack--well, a lucky few may be famous enough to pick and choose the best assignments and file...

  
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