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Freelance Feels explores wellbeing and mental health for self-employed people. It's an informal chat about all the emotions of being freelance. The logo is a cactus because 'Freelancers are like cacti: We can survive tough conditions but we still need love and water'. Host Jenny Stallard - an experienced lifestyle journalist and founder of Freelance Feels - chats to guests about their freelance journey, their challenges, triumphs and advice.
 
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Lynne Testoni and Rachel Smith

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Hosts Rachel Smith (from Rachel's List) and journalist and content writer Lynne Testoni are serving up weekly short bites of advice, tips and strategies, plus special guests, for freelancers who make a living from using their words. We're shooting for 15-minute episodes, but can't promise anything because we can both talk the leg off a chair.
 
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After Work Drinks

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After Work Drinks

Isabelle Truman & Grace O'Neill

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After Work Drinks is a (pop)cultural commentary podcast hosted by freelance journalists and former magazine editors Isabelle Truman and Grace O'Neill. Get bonus content on Patreon Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Lifting the lid on freelance life. Experienced freelance journalists Lily Canter and Emma Wilkinson guide you through everything you need to know about working for yourself. From where to get work, to how to get paid and everything in between. Each episode features two guests who have made freelancing a success. From film reviewers, to travel writers to bitcoin experts and current affairs broadcasters. Packed with trade secrets, top tips and amusing anecdotes this is an unmissable How To gui ...
 
Jo's Boys is a podcast for little women, little men, and everyone in between! We'll be reading through "Little Women" chapter by chapter, pulling out queer and trans threads as we go. Your host is Peyton Thomas, author of the Kirkus-starred novel "Both Sides Now" and a freelance journalist with bylines in Pitchfork, Billboard, and Vanity Fair.
 
Helping you become a more effective information designer. You want to create effective data visualizations. That’s hard work. There are so many decisions to make, like chart type, annotations, and color! Will this podcast help? Host and fellow data viz designer Alli Torban is in the trenches with you. She shares the latest tools and methods that she’s discovered while on the job and interviewing top designers. If you’re an analyst, journalist, or designer who wants to hone your skills with s ...
 
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Civic Journalism Lab at Newcastle University

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A forum for professional, student and community journalists in the north east of England to meet, learn and collaborate. It’s supported by Newcastle University.
 
Rebecca L. Weber coaches with the sustainable strategies, mindset shifts, and creative skills development she uses to help independent writers around the world. If you’ve got what it takes to make it as a freelance writer, but struggle with confidence, imposter syndrome, overwhelm, procrastination, time management, writer’s block, improving your craft, marketing, pitching, underearning, pursuing meaning in your work, or getting in your own way, this is the writing podcast for you. Learn, gro ...
 
Carla is: a bookdragon; a 50-something with psychology and counseling degrees with post-grad work in grief/loss/trauma, sex crimes, and forensic anthropology; a woman who has lived in three haunted houses; a former freelance journalist and counselor, who is never bored; a disabled introvert who sees connections everywhere--like John Nash, only less math-y; a knitting fidget who loves horror movies with a skewed passion. Like one of her heroes, Harriet the Spy, she wants to learn everything a ...
 
Media in Minutes podcast features in-depth interviews with those who report on the world around us. They share everything from their favorite stories to what happened behind the lens and give us a glimpse into their world. With host Angela Tuell, this podcast is published every other week. Connect with us on Facebook @CommunicationsRedefined; Twitter @CommRedefined and Instagram @CommRedefined. To learn more, visit www.communicationsredefined.com. #PR, #Public Relations, #Media, #Journalists ...
 
Join SonicScoop's Justin Colletti and guests to explore best practices for running a creative business in audio, music and other creative fields. From tips and tutorials on music production and audio engineering, to business masterclasses, interviews with heavy hitting producers, engineers, researchers, journalists, creative entrepreneurs and more, the weekly SonicScoop podcast is unlike any other.
 
Welcome to a podcast designed exclusively for freelance journalists and video producers all over the world. We believe that 5 minutes of short interviews and practical advice can be more valuable and effective than 45 minutes discussions. Carlos P Beltran is an award-winning freelance journalist covering profile and human interest stories for some of the world's most influential networks (National Geographic, Discovery Digital Networks, AJ+, The New York Post, The Atlantic, Univision, Fusion ...
 
The Private Citizen is a weekly politics podcast covering issues of privacy and technology by veteran freelance journalist Fabian A. Scherschel. It places a particular emphasis on analysing primary sources and enabling the listener to think for themselves. The goal is to develop a pragmatic approach to problems and to possible solutions for them. While obviously coloured by the opinions of the host, the show strives to hear opposing viewpoints as much as possible.
 
NonLge Keeper is a podcast discussing Non-League football with the goalkeepers of the semi-professional game. The podcast is hosted by freelance Journalist and Non-League obsessive Rich Scott Music Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/hey-pluto/free-fire License code: M7DIIGPHQETI6KIC
 
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In For A Penny

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In For A Penny: Personal finance simplified

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The In For A Penny podcast is produced and presented by freelance personal finance journalist Marc Shoffman and The Orchard Practice financial planner Joshua Gerstler. Each episode aims to address the confusing concepts and challenges from the world of business, finance and wider society. Links: The Orchard Practice Cavendish Content Leave a review! Support our show with a donation! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/inforapennypodcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out ...
 
Ali Millar and Penny Wincer are not too busy to write. Except of course, sometimes they’re too busy to write as much as they would like. Join Ali and Penny as they navigate the world of writing, publishing and creativity whilst juggling the demands of motherhood, caring and other paid work, without losing themselves in the process. They’ll be discussing the challenges that often get in the way of sitting down to write, interviewing fellow authors and discussing their latest reads. They'll al ...
 
What They Don't Want you to Know About Money. WTDWYTKAM Podcasts from Gerald centred on Personal Financial Planning, Wealth Creation and Career Development. Gerald is a CFP Professional, Wealth Planning and Training Business Owner. Gerald is active in the media and supports financial literacy by contributing as a published author, International Speaker, Entrepreneur, Freelance financial journalist and providing expert commentary with his own TV shows and radio spots. https://linktr.ee/GERALD ...
 
How to get your architecture published. 17 part series presented by the co-founders of BowerBird.io, architectural photographer Nic Granleese, and design journalist Ben Morgan. Topics covered include 5 steps to getting published, common mistakes architects make with the media, the purpose of getting published, media kits for architects, the people in architectural media (editors, freelance writers, publishers, and photographers), different types of publications (magazines, newspapers, websit ...
 
These are recordings of "UpTheBits", the radio show. A show decicated to video games news, culture and music. My name is Mahin Kesore and I'm your freelance games journalist. Follow me on socials or email me for work inquiries. Mahin[dot]kesore[at]gmail[dot]com
 
Two journalists too comedic to take their jobs seriously explore the inter-relatedness between seemingly unconnected global events, and the challenges to early career journalists in a Covid-19 world. Find us on Social Media: Website: https://www.incoherentpoliticalspaghetti.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/incoherentpoliticalspaghetti/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/IncoherentPoli1 Join our mailing list and be notified when new episodes become available: https://forms.gle/uAgCb5nMGK7rrEhQA
 
Harron Walker is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared or is forthcoming on Jezebel, Vice, BuzzFeed, Teen Vogue, Them., Mask, and a bunch of other places. In each episode of her new podcast, "why do i like men," she'll interview some of her favorite people to find out why she keeps doing this thing (men) that makes her feel bad.
 
Welcome to Short Fine Legs. A cricket podcast that spits off a length into the corridor of uncertainty. A tantalising delivery of hostile snorters that gets tongues wagging like errantly wafting bats. Mostly it's just jargon. Daniel Gallan is a freelance journalist who has spent too much of his life watching highlights of Brian Lara and poring over old scorecards. Join him and an array of guests from the world of cricket.
 
Two Party Podcast talk show showcases guests in an unfiltered, organic and mostly unedited show that gives them the stage to promote themselves, promote their work and engage our audience with resources and knowledge about various industries and life experiences! On Two Party Podcast talk show there is no topic we cannot dive into and explore with an open mind and compassionate attitude! Take a Listen! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twopartypodcast/support
 
Good Talk Podcast Network feed is the main source for a number of shows produced by Shane Paul Neil and Aliya S. King. Shane Paul Neil is a freelance writer, journalist, and lover of Haikus as well as being a news editor for theGrio.. His personal essays and articles often involve topics including social justice, sexuality, and pop culture. His work has been featured on Medium, theGrio, NBCBLK, and The Huffington Post. Aliya S. King is an award-winning journalist and the author of Platinum. ...
 
The Creative Voyage Podcast features insightful conversations with some of the world’s most inspiring creatives, reveals the stories that shaped their lives and careers and offers actionable strategies to help you take your mindset and skills to the next level. The show's host is Mario Depicolzuane, an internationally acclaimed art director, graphic designer, and consultant who has worked with clients such as Kinfolk Magazine, MENU, Harvard GSD and The Audo.
 
The 88 Names Podcast explores the vast and exciting world of virtual and augmented reality. Matt Ruff, author of the new book, 88 Names, joins Blake Collier, film critic and freelance journalist, to dig into the real world potentialities of the technology that makes up the world of the book. We talk to technology developers, philosophers, writers, and entrepreneurs who all have a unique angle on this flourishing new technology. The 88 Names Podcast seeks to ask the questions that are seldom ...
 
Hi, I'm Francis Keany - author and broadcast journalist. Welcome to The Trough, your daily news feed. This podcast is a bit of an experiment - a daily ten minute bite-sized wrap of all the political stories you need to know before you get to work each morning. It's something I've been keen on doing for some time and I hope you guys will love it. I'll be running this for the next few weeks as I explore the world of freelance journalism. For those wondering about the name, The Trough is a nick ...
 
For aspiring authors, writing a book is a lifelong dream, but one that can seem to be just out of reach. The process of writing a book can be both exciting and frustrating. The idea can be there , but sometimes we get stuck and can’t seem to find the inspiration to move forward. If you are an expert in your field who is thinking about writing a book, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome to The Author’s Corner, a show where we will help you unlock your creativity and write the book of your ...
 
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Listen as Jake shares with Angela about his nomadic adventures in search of enjoying good eats, downing excellent drams, and how he transitioned from sports writing to a career as a freelance food, drink and travel journalist. Follow Jake’s work here: http://mantalkfood.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mantalkfood/ Twitter: https://twitter…
 
In the final episode of the series we chat to Terri White the former editor of Empire magazine and Time Out New York, about her first book, Coming Undone. The book is a brutally honest and moving memoir about her breakdown in New York and how her early life experiences shaped where she is today, both professionally and personally. Terri is currentl…
 
Our guest today on the Outdoor Adventure Series is Robert Annis. Rob is a former print journalist who is now an outdoor travel writer and gear reviewer. As he likes to state, he gets paid to go out in the woods and chronicle the stupid things I do. His goal is to have readers go, "If this idiot can do it, so can I." Aha Moment -- When I wrote about…
 
This is a followup talk on applying the concepts introduced earlier this week in Episode 191, Time passing. Do you believe you have enough time to do the things that matter most in your writing life? 🔗 Mentioned in this episode: WCP 1: What’s your problem? WCP 191: Time passing 🎁 Download my free guide on how to pitch freelance article ideas, “5 Pr…
 
In this episode, we continue our celebration of the National Marine Sanctuaries' 50 Years of ocean conservation and stewardship. Our guest today on the Outdoor Adventure Series is Ed Lyman. Ed is a Natural Resource Specialist, and Regional Large Whale Entanglement Response Coordinator at the NOAA Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanc…
 
Learn how to place yourself in front of your ideal audience and use the content you make to leverage every interview with top podcaster Jeremy Slate. Join us as we open a treasure trove of information about being a good guest and podcast promotion tips so you can create an impact through the power of appearing on podcasts today! Key Takeaways from …
 
While much of the journalism talk in Baltimore has been about the Banner, the Baltimore Beat returned as a biweekly print newspaper on Wednesday . Editor-in- Chief Lisa Snowden shares how the Beat plans to tell the stories of this majority Black city with It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Jo…
 
Our guest today on the Outdoor Adventure Series is Katie Hearsum. Katie is an Outdoor Enthusiast, Freelance Writer, and the Author of Urban Hikes Denver: A Guide to the City's Greatest Urban Hiking. Based in Colorado, Katie covers topics about tourism and the outdoors for publications such as U.S. News & World Report, 5280, and Elevation Outdoors m…
 
How you think about time—such as if you have enough, not enough, or plenty of it—impacts what you create in your writing life. Many writers credit time as necessary for their skills, clients, or assignment quality to improve. An overemphasis on time passing to become a better freelancer isn’t useful or accurate, and can be a disempowering framework…
 
We’re exploring creativity in information design from the perspective of amazingly creative people in the field! If it’s not a magical process, then what is it? Let’s hear how Mesa Schumacher approaches creativity. Mesa Schumacher is a science artist currently living in Fiji who specializes in communicating complex ideas through illustration, infog…
 
We're back after our summer break! This week, we're joined by special guest Claudia Morales, a writer and digital content specialist based in Brooklyn. Her work has appeared in MTV News and Extra Crispy, among other publications. Claudia and I take a dive into Camp Laurence, the closest thing Little Women has to an anime beach episode. Among picnic…
 
If you're setting yourself up to write copy or content for clients, it may be tricky to figure out the most important templates you need to have in place and why. These will be things you'll learn about, tweak and hone as you go, but in this episode we save you time and hassle by distilling it down to five templates we recommend you have from the s…
 
In which Carla discusses the current eating disorder drama and pain in reality tv, her history with an eating disorder, and revisits her interview with Eli Sirota for National Eating Disorders Week. Suggested reading material: Wintergirls, by Laurie Halse Anderson https://bookshop.org/a/6560/9780142415573 The Best Little Girl in the World, by Steve…
 
Our guest on the Outdoor Adventure Series is Steve Ramirez. Steve is an Outdoor Enthusiast, Author, Naturalist, and Educator. He has always seen his life as a quest that is driven by a search for meaning and a desire to make a positive contribution to humanity and the natural world. Steve is also the author of two books: Casting Forward: Fishing Ta…
 
For me, getting ready for a coaching call or a writing session includes: Bringing nature into my workspace environment Planning time to transition and orient myself rather than crash landing into a call Getting intentional about arguing for things that are helpful for writing vs. those that sidetrack you 🔗 Mentioned in this episode: WCP 1: What’s y…
 
Charlie Fusco helps us connect the dots between our personal stories and business as she shares her expansive knowledge about the filmmaking industry and how authors can navigate its complexities while creating a meaningful impact. So press that play button to amplify your voice and bring your story to life right now! Key Takeaways from This Episod…
 
For the first time ever, the Pew Research Center asked journalists what they thought of their industry and how satisfied they were with the work they're doing. Senior researcher Jeff Gottfried shares all the details with It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sign up for our w…
 
A growing reality for many people is job loss. How can you pick yourself up and what challenges may lie ahead? An honest testimony on how to deal with the horror of losing your job.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gerald-chemunorwa-mwandia/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gerald-chemunorwa-mwandia/support…
 
In the latest episode we speak to photojournalists Angie Simms and Stuart Quinn about their photography work and their self-published cookbook. The Australian couple, who are currently travelling across Oz, talk about taking control of their passion project and the importance of hiring a strong team and calling in favours. The Authors Angie Simms a…
 
Lulah Ellender is an author, creative non-fiction writing teacher and writing coach based in Sussex. Her latest book Grounding: Finding home in a garden is about a single growing year in her garden after her mother died and her family was in danger of losing the home that they had lived in for 10 years. We talk about how Lulah weaves together the s…
 
Whether your articles are published online or in print, you need to make them readily available for potential clients to read online. Simply having a list of links isn’t sufficient. Sites reorganize and your links go bad; your piece gets pulled or the publication closes; and paywalls prohibit access. Clips that look great on paper need different tr…
 
We’re exploring creativity in information design from the perspective of amazingly creative people in the field! If it’s not a magical process, then what is it? Let’s hear how Andy Kirk approaches creativity. We dive into how he defines creativity, what his routines are, what kills his creativity, how he presents creative ideas to clients, where he…
 
A listener asks: "Justin, what are your pet peeves as a mastering engineer?" Hear his full response, with the complete list of the "7 deadly sins of mixing". Thanks to GPU Audio for sponsoring this podcast. Get free Early Access to their convolution reverb at https://gpu.audio/sonicscoop ►Get Compression Breakthroughs here: https://compressionbreak…
 
Louise Shanahan is a freelance health copywriter who specialises in white papers, web copy, and long-form content, to help medical and biotech organisations spread the word about their latest breakthroughs. She’s also the host of 15 Minute Freelancer, a podcast and newsletter for ambitious B2B and creative freelancers who want to build a business t…
 
This week's guest on the podcast is the talented Claire Isaac. Currently working as Editorial Director of TV WEEK and WHO on a maternity contract, Claire divides her time by filling in senior roles for long-term stints and writing for a variety of magazines and content agencies including Medium Rare, New Idea, the Big Issue and more. She talks abou…
 
The Future of BEE in South Africa Faith is in conversation with Black Business Council Vice-president, Gregory Mofokeng, Shadow Minister of Trade and Industry, Dean Macpherson and the Managing Partner, Sugar Creek Wealth, Gerald Mwandiambira about the future of BEE. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gerald-chemunorwa-mwandia/messageSup…
 
Faith is in conversation with Personal Financial Planner and personal finance educator Gerald Mwandiambira and Tax Consultant Sidney Fletcher about taxes for freelance contractors and independent workers. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gerald-chemunorwa-mwandia/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gerald-chemunorwa-mwandia…
 
Gerald and the TWO MILLION GANG GANG discuss the power of Networks. How can you Monetize existing relationships! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gerald-chemunorwa-mwandia/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gerald-chemunorwa-mwandia/support
 
Why I went to the library on Monday morning instead of my nature walk Time to check out your library’s updated remote resources Researching publications via the library 🔗 Mentioned in this episode: WCP 1: What’s your problem? WCP 44: Monday morning on the mountain with Mishka 🎁 Download my free guide on how to pitch freelance article ideas, “5 Prov…
 
Around 4,300 cases a week are heard in the family courts in England and Wales and the number of applications for children to be taken into council care has is around 13,000 each year. And yet remarkably little is known by most people about what goes on in family courts.In this latest episode, our guest is Louise Tickle, a multi-award winning freela…
 
In this episode, internationally published poet Albert Flynn DeSilver chats with us about how you can start your creative writing journey and share your story with the world. Keep listening to learn resources and expert tips on becoming a mindful writer to unleash the creative writing genius within you today! Key Takeaways from This Episode The imp…
 
Our guest on the Outdoor Adventure Series today is William (Brad) Bradley. Brad is a retired co-founder of NIC Inc., a technology solutions company. He is the owner and President of Little Osage Ranch, LLC, and the President and co-founder of FarmTender, LLC. He manages 2,000 acres of pasture, cropland, and timber using regenerative agriculture alo…
 
Angela talks with Anne about her most memorable travel adventures as a freelance writer as well as how Anne helped Shermans Travel navigate their content during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Listen as she shares how best to pitch Shermans Travel, as well as talks about her true crime podcast, The Springfield Three. Follow Anne’s work here: http://www.anne…
 
Internews has helped foster independent media organizations across the globe, including places like Afghanistan and the Ukraine. Jeanne Bourgault tells It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell how Internews is helping to create financially viable and sustainable media around the world. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism po…
 
In this episode we speak to Polly Morland, a documentary maker turned writer, about her new book which she wrote during lockdown. The book documents the life of a GP working in a rural practice. Polly chats about the benefits of long research chats and how to maintain the anonymity of contributors when needed. Polly is a regular contributor to news…
 
Angela Hui is an award winning food and lifestyle journalist whose first book Takeway: Stories from a childhood behind the counter is about growing up in a Chinese takeaway in rural Wales. We talk about how the memoir began life as an article she wrote for VICE on how Chinese takeaways are disappearing and the dual identities of her childhood - goi…
 
Today, I’m launching a mini-series all about creativity in information design. If you’re like me and came from a data background, communicating information in creative ways can feel a bit like a magical process, so over this series, I’ll invite creative information designers and dive into their process: What are their routines, what kills their cre…
 
Some freelance projects spiral out beyond the original agreement. Let’s curtail your taking on more and more uncompensated work, or from seeing all your clients as creeps. Today we cover: What scope creep is and what it isn’t Handling the pressure to say yes when you don’t feel like you can say no The long-lasting nature of scope creep and how it i…
 
In a new episode of Story-Mode, Solo shares the history and story behind the making of one of the greatest video games of all time | The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker! • Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/peoplelikegames • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/peoplelikegames • Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/peoplelikegames…
 
Our guest today on the Outdoor Adventure Series is Grace Bottitta-Williamson. Grace is the National Recreation and Tourism Coordinator at the NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries (ONMS), our nation’s system of underwater parks. The National Marine Sanctuaries are celebrating 50 Years of ocean conservation and stewardship. The Office serves as…
 
Ever wanted to work with agencies? Lynne goes it alone this week with guest and agency owner Renee Francis, who talks about how freelancers can secure agency work, why she likes working with freelancers and the skills you need to secure good paying work. Renee's agency, The Bubble Co, is here: https://thebubbleco.com.au/ Connect with Renee via Link…
 
Is there a "right" level for listening? Yes! And it varies, depending on whether you're mixing, mastering, producing or recording. Learn how your listening level effects what you hear, and what to do about it. Justin Colletti shares the strategies the best pros use to get this part of their process right. Thanks to GPU Audio for sponsoring this pod…
 
Our guest today on the Outdoor Adventure Series is Matthew Dickerson. Mathew is a Writer and Trout and Fly Fishing Enthusiast. He is the manager, editor, and feature writer for Trout Downstream. He is a member of the Outdoor Writers Association of America (and has served on the OWAA board of directors since 2021). He is the author of numerous books…
 
POA for today: issues with seeing plays and cinema and pilates in Europe, The backlash about Dakota Johnson’s new film - Netflix’s adaption of Jane Austen’s Persuasion; and all the best and worst bits from the Victoria’s Secret documentary Our DV interview: https://podcasts.apple.com/pt/podcast/the-battle-of-the-pop-feminists/id1437516422?i=1000502…
 
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