Need an online freelance portfolio fast? Try free website

This free online portfolio site, launched by journalist Nicholas Holmes, promises to get your clips live on a personalized page in minutes so editors can see your work.

Nicole Martinelli | December 27, 2011

Nine tips for newbie travel writers

Veteran travel writer Christopher Reynolds shares his rules of the road, from how to present yourself while reporting to what to include when you write.

Nurilda Nurlybayeva | December 01, 2011

10 tips for aspiring travel journalists

Lots of journalists dream of working on the beach from far-flung locales. Making that dream a reality can be tricky, but a recent Guardian webchat with experts provided some great tips on breaking into the business.

Lindsay Kalter | October 12, 2011

Five tips on blogging for journalism job hunters

A recent webchat with experts from The Guardian offered some great tips on how journalists can blog to find work. Here are IJNet's main takeaways.

Nicole Martinelli | September 26, 2011

New iPad-only mag taps tablet market, seeks contributors

Francesca Bassenger took a project from the London College of fashion and turned it into an iPad-only magazine. IJNet talked to her about how she did it and the future of "app-zines."

Lindsay Kalter | September 07, 2011

Seeking job opportunities in journalism? Execs say online presence, multimedia skills a must

London Metropolitan University hosted a recent panel on careers in journalism. Speakers included executives from Bloomberg, BSkyB and the National Union of Journalists. The panel agreed on one thing: practical experience in a range of media and an online presence are essential.

Nicole Martinelli | August 09, 2011

CNN to hold citizen reporter meetups

To celebrate five years of its citizen journalism project iReport, CNN is holding meetups in 25 U.S. cities and 16 countries.

IJNet | July 21, 2011

Foreign correspondent jobs: expert tips on how to prepare

By many accounts, it’s becoming more dangerous to work as a foreign correspondent: 80 journalists are killed in the line of duty every year and many more are attacked or jailed. IJNet offers nine tips to keep in mind when covering news in far-flung places.

مي اليان | July 19, 2011

Virtual newsroom seeks freelancers to expand worldwide

While most newsrooms are shedding staff, a virtual newsroom in the United States seeks freelance journalists and video makers.

Veronika Belenkaya | June 28, 2011

New York blog seeks long-form journalism stories

Website Gothamist will pay $5,000 for a long-form journalism story that it also plans to publish as an e-book.

Nicole Martinelli | June 24, 2011