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Freelancers needed for group of coaching magazines

Discussion in 'Freelance/stringer help wanted' started by GAMS_sports, Jan 26, 2015.

  1. GAMS_sports

    GAMS_sports New Member

    Great American Media Services is looking for freelancers to write full-length features for its four coaching magazines. Qualified contributors must have previous sports writing experience, and preference will be given to those with experience writing for a niche publication.

    GAMS publishes Coach & Athletic Director, Winning Hoops and two AAU coaching magazines. The magazines are industry resources for coaches and athletic administrators. Our content includes program management, professional development, team building, budgeting, facilities, strength and conditioning, sports medicine and all other topics pertinent to college and high school athletic programs.

    Contributors will be expected to interview multiple sources, identify key issues and write on deadline. You also may be asked to shoot video or photos, so experience with the appropriate equipment is preferred. Freelancers are paid 25 cents per word.

    Because these are niche publications, we’re looking for individuals who can write for a specific audience. The features must discuss issues and topics relevant to today’s coaches and athletic directors, and they must provide actionable ideas for improving job performance or confronting the challenges athletic programs face today.

    Anyone interested should submit a resume and at least three writing samples to our managing editor, Kevin Hoffman, at khoffman@greatamericanpublish.com. Qualified candidates will be contacted and receive more information on the submission process.

    Note: I have posted on this board before and received a tremendous response. Please don't be discouraged if you don't hear back right away, but understand I keep everyone's resume on file. I just may not immediately have enough assignments to hand out.
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