So much of TV now is just slightly fancier YouTuber aesthetic and i love it 

This piece from BF News, How The Coronavirus Is Changing Television Production, will be deeply interesting to everyone who’s become increasingly unable to tolerate watching TV shows depicting people living in the normal universe (just... touching their faces with wanton abandon! It’s obscene!!) and anyone who’s also just enjoying the general ~college group project~ vibes we’re getting from everything else (SNL is getting better but it’s still very YouTuber improv imo). 

My favorite details: 

  1. How the Kardashians are filming everything themselves with iPhones (nature is healing?) which feels so appropriate that I’m hugely curious how it’ll turn out

  2. The fact that TheWalking Dead writers are in Zoom calls that last between four and five hours!!!!!! That 30-min check-in you have later today isn’t looking so bad now is it?

  3. This quote from the American Idol executive producer talking about how they’re pros with technical difficulties because “the show has a history of integrating new technology into the series, ever since American Idol encouraged viewers to text in their votes” which is really NOT the first example of groundbreaking remote technology I would personally reel off the top of my head, although now that I think about it, maybe Idol should handle November actually???

Signal Boost:

—Writing / Editing— 

Emily Savage: I'm a longtime journalist and social media strategist (10+ years). I've worked as the social media editor at Fortune, audience development editor at Pacific Standard, and music editor at the San Francisco Bay Guardian. I'm looking for social media, audience development, or editorial work. I have years of experience working full-time remotely from Ventura, Calif. Contact me here: Twitter: @itsemilysavage

Sage Marshall: I’m a freelance journalist with 6+ years experience writing about the outdoors/environment, music + art, and Colorado news for publications such as Field & Stream, Denver Westword, Outdoor Life, Mountain Magazine, among others. I'm looking for editors still open to pitches. I’m also available for freelance social media/digital marketing gigs. Email: Website:

Amanda Getchell: I'm a reporter with experience covering education and city politics, among feature stories, magazine pieces, and general news. If you're looking for a reporter with tight lines, I'm the one for you. Email me at:

Younes Ben Amara: Translator from Algeria, English to Arabic and vice versa. With six published books under my belt, I can provide these following services: localisation, arabization, transcreation, translation, PMT (post machine translation) proofreading.  Email: /

Rachel Greenland: I am graduating from Appalachian State in May and was supposed to intern at a biz pub in Denver, but it was canceled due to COVID-19. I can write, edit, manage social media, and film and edit video. My email is and my website is

Carly Graf: Bay Area-based journalist who covers poverty and inequality, local government and women's rights. Former fitness editor who still dabbles in wellness writing. /

Shubhankar Arun: I'm a soon-to-be graduate from Boston University, with a degree in journalism. My primary passion is sports, but I've interned at Observer and Boston Magazine, where I wrote about arts & culture. I'm looking for opportunities ( freelance or job) in sport or culture, or ideally a combination of the two. Find my work at and my email is

Hayden Field: Hi! I'm a tech and business reporter looking for full-time and freelance opportunities. Until layoffs hit half the staff this week, I was a reporter at Protocol, the new tech publication from the publisher of POLITICO. There, I covered tech in all forms, focusing on AI and the tech industry's shifting power dynamics — before that, I covered tech, business and investigative features on the digital team at Entrepreneur Magazine. You can find my work at and reach me at

—Multimedia / Production—

Talia Tirella: I just got laid off from Cheddar/i24News this week. I was a booking producer there, pitching guests and coordinating their hits with the producers. I'm open to TV booking roles, PR roles, and even print/web writing as that was my concentration in college and the foundation of my career (my first job was online/social media writing.) I have experience in local and national cable news. Email

Aaron Crayton: I am a writer, videographer, video editor, Digital Imaging Technician, and director. I'm looking mostly for crew work! Email / Phone 9178687245

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