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Ebyline 100% Journalism Contest Info Session

Peter Beller, Director of Content | Ebyline, Inc.

Monday, September 17, 2012 from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM (PDT)

Broadway, NY

Ebyline 100% Journalism Contest Info Session

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Please join Peter Beller, Ebyline's director of content and a 2011 alumnus of the journalism school, for drinks, snacks and Q+A about Ebyline's 100% Journalism Challenge with a top prize of $35,000 for ambitious journalism ideas. Find out how to enter the competition and learn about what winners can do with the prize money.

The contest is open to all who have an interest and desire to create compelling journalism. Journalism students, alumni, faculty and staff, as well as practicing reporters, are encouraged to submit an entry between Sept. 12 and Oct. 12.

Ebyline is a Los Angeles-based company that provides software and services for professional journalists and news publishers around the globe. Ebyline helps publishers find, hire, and manage freelancers in less time. From pitches, story drafts, to payments, Ebyline manages the workflow so publishers don’t have to. For experienced freelance journalists, Ebyline is a dynamic way to showcase experience, pitch ideas to publishers from around the country, and safely distribute work. Find out more at Ebyline.com.



Have questions about Ebyline 100% Journalism Contest Info Session? Contact Peter Beller, Director of Content | Ebyline, Inc.

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Room 706 (Bagehot Seminar Room), 7th Floor, Columbia Journalism School
116th St
Broadway, NY 10027

Monday, September 17, 2012 from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM (PDT)


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Peter Beller, Director of Content | Ebyline, Inc.

Peter Beller (MS '11) is the director of content at Ebyline, an online platform that helps publishers work with and manage freelance journalists. As a staff reporter at Forbes from 2006 to 2010, Peter covered the mortgage crisis from its early days before accepting a Knight-Bagehot Fellowship at Columbia University, from which he also earned his MBA.

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