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Flip the Media is always open for new talent. In addition to maintaining a cadre of quality writers, Flip welcomes students with skills in community management, communications strategy, web design and administration, marketing and branding, networking, journalism, analytics, media production, and of course, editing. Working with Flip is a great way to build valuable experience and portfolio work in a recognized media outlet that loves experimentation. Flip the Media has been regularly granted press passes and funding for students to attend sensational events like South-by-Southwest Interactive conference, and Emerald City Comicon. Don’t miss your opportunity!
Want to get involved on a more regular basis or get deeper into the works of editing, publishing, branding, reporting, analyzing, managing, and building community? Sign up for the independent study and be a part of defining Flip the Media from the inside out. Students can work with Flip for 1 or 2 credits depending on their availability. To apply for independent study, contact Alex Stonehill, the Faculty Advisor, at Stonehill@u.washington.edu with a short description of how and why you’d like to be involved along with a resume.
Want to show off your keen insight in the realm of digital media? Writing for Flip the Media is a great way to build yourself a portfolio of material that demonstrates your analytical and communication expertise. We never delete posts so you will be able to show off your live material for years. Repurposed course work is a great way to build up content and many MCDM professors offer extra credit for Flip pieces.
To submit a story, send your draft, outline, pitch or combination thereof to email@example.com.
Make sure to include your name, contact info, relationship to the MCDM program (if any), why the topic is timely, and idea for media to accompany the story (feature photo, outside links, etc). An editor will reach out to you within a week to coordinate the editing process and associated deadlines.
Don’t know what you want to write about? Don’t worry! Send our editors an email at firstname.lastname@example.org detailing your interests and areas of expertise and they can help you find a topic. Or you can stop by our weekly meetings and collaborate with current writers and editors.
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