Calling itself the “Virtual Newsroom,” Ebyline provides a place for professional journalists and publishers to find each other. Freelancers join by submitting their credentials or being recommended by a publisher; queries, submissions and payments are done through Ebyline.
Lists freelance writing jobs, writer’s guidelines and writing contests; offers a daily newsletter called Morning Coffee that lists available freelance jobs. Has a Facebook group called Facebook4Freelancers.com.
Job search site.
Job board for journalists, includes freelance jobs. No fee for job seekers.
Job search site, centering on media jobs. $39.95/year.
Wooden Horse Media
Media resources for freelancers and small businesses. Free daily newsletter listing new and closed magazines, changes in staff, etc. Used to be more of a media site; now, emphasis on publicity for small businesses. Databases available with information on US and Canadian consumer and trade print magazines for $29.95/month, $149/year.
Writers Market has been for years the place where fiction and nonfiction writers could find out where to sell their work. The current online version costs $5.99/month or $39.99/year; according to the site, it offers ” 8,000 listings for book publishers, magazines, contests, literary agents, greeting card publishers, screenwriting markets, playwriting markets, conferences, newspapers, online publications, syndicates, and organizations. “