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For writing to be a profession, it must pay for itself

2017 is a scary time to be a writer. Intensify that if you’re one of the many writers just laid off. Fox Sports cut writing full stop. ESPN still employs Wright Thompson and some high profile journalists. Though, the mantra from the last layoff round, firing writers, was “versatility,” the ability to do things that Read more... The post For writing to be a profession, it must pay for itself appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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