- 1 How do you write for Entertainment Weekly?
- 2 Where can I pitch my entertainment story?
- 3 How do you submit a pitch?
- 4 How do you pitch features?
- 5 How do you pitch?
- 6 How do I pitch myself as a freelance writer?
- 7 What is considered a successful pitch?
- 8 How do you write a good pitch?
- 9 How do you pitch a medium?
- 10 How long is a journalist pitch?
- 11 How long is a pitch?
- 12 How do you pitch a story profile?
How do you write for Entertainment Weekly?
- Phone: (212)522-5600.
- Fax: (212)522-0074.
- Market Type: Magazine.
- Web Address: www.ew.com.
Where can I pitch my entertainment story?
Check out this list of entertainment markets and start pitching:
- American Theatre. The only general-circulation pub for the theatre, this magazine was founded in 1984 by the Theatre Communications Group.
- Atlantic Books Today.
- C Magazine.
- Chicago Reader.
- Culture Eater.
How do you submit a pitch?
How to Write A Pitch That Gets You Published
- Research the publication before you pitch.
- Personalize every pitch.
- Be friendly and polite.
- Introduce yourself.
- Introduce your work and explain why it’s a good fit.
- Attach samples of your work.
- Proofread and check your links before sending.
How do you pitch features?
How to Pitch a Feature Story
- Keep your pitch short and concise.
- Have a short yet attention-grabbing subject line.
- Be organised.
- Personalise your pitch.
- Be original and knowledgeable.
- “The medium is the message”
- Maintain consistent relationships.
How do you pitch?
12 Easy Steps to a Perfect Pitch
- Get to the point fast. It’s a known fact that attention spans are getting shorter and shorter.
- Don’t use too many slides.
- Establish the need.
- Use a message map.
- Use a multilevel structure to your pitch.
- State who your competition is.
- Include a sound bite.
- Introduce the team.
How do I pitch myself as a freelance writer?
Pitching Articles: 5 Tips for a Successful Freelance Writing
- Do Your Homework. Find the appropriate editor of a good target publication online.
- Grab Their Attention.
- Keep It Brief.
- Be Clear, Simple and to the Point.
- And Most Importantly:Check Spelling, Facts, Grammar, and Tone.
What is considered a successful pitch?
A good pitch tells a story. A good pitch focuses on benefits. Value beats price every single time. Rather than focus on cost or features, your pitch needs to focus on the value you’re going to create for the person you’re pitching.
How do you write a good pitch?
Here are his tips:
- Do some pre-reporting. Make sure your pitch is well thought out.
- Fill in the details. Pre-reporting will help you answer the following questions in your pitch, which Stossel says are musts for a successful pitch:
- Show off your writing skills.
- Have a little drama.
- Understand the news value.
- Make it timely.
How do you pitch a medium?
How to pitch: To submit a pitch, email us at [email protected], including the word “ pitch ” in the subject line. If the pitch is time-sensitive, please note this in the subject line as well, with the words “Time Sensitive.”
How long is a journalist pitch?
Keep your pitch concise It shouldn’t come as a surprise that most journalists prefer pitches to be two to three paragraphs long or less.
How long is a pitch?
You’ll hear different opinions about how long your pitch should be, but most editors agree that around 500 words or less is ideal.
How do you pitch a story profile?
Several editors (and former editors, including yours truly) have the following tips:
- Pitch a human being.
- Know who you’re pitching.
- Know which section you’re pitching.
- Pitch a story, not a topic.
- Be original.
- Write an excellent subject line.
- Don’t attach a full draft, even if you already have one written.